MK Moshe Gafni also celebrated his party's success at preventing the amendment of a basic law that is intended to ensure equality and prohibit discrimination.
The letter comes after senior ultra-Orthodox rabbis lavished Trump with praise shortly before the election, which the president himself acknowledged.
He is survived by his wife, 10 children and multiple grandchildren.
He was the only rabbi in attendance at the May 7 ceremony, and the last to speak at the annual event.
“When Gantz opened his mouth it wasn’t clear if he was Lapid or Gantz”- MK Meir Porush of Agudat Yisrael.
Only through voting can the haredi community strengthen Judaism in Israel, implied Rabbi Menachem Mendel Hager, head of influential hassidic community in Israel.
Two Haredi parties to once again unite for Knesset elections.
Arye Deri calls for ‘unreserved apology’ and insists political alliance will not happen.