Independent Socialist Faction
סיעה סוציאליסטית עצמאית
Founded 27 January 1976
Dissolved 1977
Split from Ya'ad – Civil Rights Movement
Merged into Left Camp of Israel
Ideology Left-wing
Most MKs 2 (1976-1977)
Fewest MKs 2 (1976-1977)
Politics of Israel
Political parties

The Independent Socialist Faction (Hebrew: סיעה סוציאליסטית עצמאית, Sia'a Sotzialistit Atzma'it) was a political party in Israel in the 1970s.


The party was established on 27 January 1976, during the eighth Knesset, as the Social-Democratic Faction, when Aryeh Eliav and Marcia Freedman left Ya'ad – Civil Rights Movement. Prior to its creation, Aryeh Eliav had broken away from the Alignment and merged with Ratz to form Ya'ad. On 3 February the new faction was renamed the Independent Socialist Faction.

Prior to the 1977 elections, the party merged with several other small left-wing parties, including Meri, Moked, and some members of the Black Panthers to form the Left Camp of Israel, whilst Freedman created the Women's Party. The Left Camp of Israel won only two seats, which were held in rotation by five party members including Eliav, whilst the Women's Party failed to cross the electoral threshold and subsequently disappeared.

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