Orlev endorses American immigrant for Knesset

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
October 16, 2012 21:18

 
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Habayit Hayehudi leadership candidate Zevulun Orlev endorsed Atlanta-born Jeremy Gimpel's race for the Knesset on Tuesday. He said he would do everything possible to ensure the election of Gimpel, who endorsed him last week.


"Jeremy is young, talented, and entered politics because of his religious-Zionist values," Orlev said. "He brought thousands of immigrants from English-speaking countries to the party and I am sure his election to the Knesset will help Habayit Hayehudi appeal to tens of thousands of English speakers who are currently unrepresented by any party."




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