Defending Our Children pulls out of election

March 11, 2015 17:12


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Defending Our Children, the anti-pornography party, announced that it will not run in the election Wednesday.

The party officially tendered its resignation from the election to the Central Election Committee.

Defending Our Children's leader Yehezkel Shtetzler announced that he supports Bayit Yehudi, because its MKs Shuli Muallem and Motti Yogev supported legislation to make Internet service providers filter out pornography as a default setting.


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