Former UTJ MK Menachem Porush dies in Jerusalem

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February 22, 2010 00:59

 
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Former United Torah Judaism MK Rabbi Menachem Porush died in Jerusalem on Sunday night at the age of 93.

An emergency medical team was alerted to Porush's home after he collapsed, but failed to resuscitate him.

Porush's funeral will begin at 1 p.m. on Monday at Beit Agudat Israel in Mea She'arim, and will end at the Mount of Olives cemetery, where he will be buried.

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