Shas releases video clip supporting Netanyahu

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January 20, 2013 02:40

 
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Just as Bayit Yehudi was required to remove all advertisements featuring Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Shas released a video with a similar aim.

The Central Elections Committee ordered Bayit Yehudi to remove by 1 p.m. Friday ads with a photo of party leader Naftali Bennett next to Netanyahu and the message “Strong Together, Voting Bennett.”However, on Friday, Shas released a video with a nearly identical message.

The clip stars party co-leader Arye Deri putting a Shas ticket in a ballot box.



Deri turns the ticket around, and on the back, there is a picture of Netanyahu.

“Whoever votes Shas gets a double benefit – Shas and Netanyahu – because only Shas will make sure that Netanyahu takes care of the weak. Only Shas will make sure the government keeps Jewish tradition. Voting Shas, keeping Netanyahu,” Deri says.

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