Battle for women’s spot in Habayit Hayehudi heats up

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September 30, 2012 03:33

 
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The battle for the women’s spot on the Habayit Hayehudi list is heating up, with national-religious women’s organization Emunah working on a behind-the-scenes campaign to take down candidate Ayelet Shaked, who is not religious.

According to a senior party source, Emunah chairwoman Leora Minka is trying to convince one of the other two females running – former MK Gila Finkelstein and Shuli Mualem – to leave the race.

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