Posters in capital denounce Deri’s return

October 22, 2012 05:25


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Posters criticizing the decision to bring Arye Deri back to Shas appeared around Jerusalem over the weekend, seemingly produced by party insiders.

The posters criticize the close associates of Shas spiritual leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, blaming them for the decision to allow Deri to return.

“How did you lead our rabbi astray... how have you abandoned the holy movement? How have you appointed a criminal at its head?” the poster asks. “Let our rabbi decide,” it adds.

It is unclear who is behind the poster campaign.

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