Shas slams Lapid, 'his specialty is hating Judaism'

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February 21, 2019 07:45
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Shas slammed Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid saying that “his specialty is hating Judaism and religious people” on Thursday following an  announcement that Lapid will join forces with Israel Resilience head Benny Gantz to run together for April elections. 
 
Shas also pointed to Gantz supporting civil marriage and public transportation on Saturday, the Jewish day of rest, before saying that “Jewish identity in the state of Israel is in danger.” 
 
“We will fight with all our might to prevent them from forming a government,” Shas said. 


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