Mohammed el–Kurd has shot to prominence, amassing over 300,000 followers on social media in the process, as his family faces eviction in occupied East Jerusalem.
The delay comes amid a crackdown on candidates and activists by Israeli authorities and a disagreement over whether eligible voters in East Jerusalem would be allowed to cast their ballots.
Israel's parliament is now made up almost exclusively of right-wing and far-right parties.
Ahead of the first elections in the Gaza Strip in 15 years, Hamas is working to curtail women’s rights.
It’s hoped that Palestinians living in the West Bank, East Jerusalem, and Gaza will all be able to vote, but doubts remain whether any result can end years of disunity.