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.
Karelitz headed an ultra-Orthodox, independent rabbinical court in Bnei Brak whose decisions were widely recognized.
Gafni was reacting to earlier reports that despite Degel and UTJ’s antipathy for Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid.
The two haredi parties run on the joint ticket of United Torah Judaism in many municipalities around the country and have run together nationally in the UTJ alliance since 1992.
This journey was full of hardships.
Les récentes manifestations contre l’incorporation des étudiants de yeshiva sont le résultat d’un schisme au sein du monde harédi