Protests took place as the Knesset was sworn in and were joined by various human rights NGOs also demanding that the government not be formed with parties such as Noam and Otzma Yehudit.
In addition, the party said it would also demand to establish a headquarters to track and "neutralize" what they deem to be foreign interests, in accordance with the controversial Nation State Law.
Can you imagine Itamar Ben-Gvir serving as chairman of the Knesset Judiciary Committee? Or as education minister?
The list's policies and statements on a number of issues could impact a variety of sectors in Israel, including women, Arab-Israelis, LGBTQ+ people and secular Israelis at large.
Struck stressed that the party is "obviously against the flood of demands for legitimation and the pride parades."
The Noam Party, a right-wing extremist party, ran in past elections on the slogan of making Israel "a normal nation" with anti-LGBTQ+ slogans.
The far-right Otzma Yehudit and Noam parties signed an agreement on Saturday night to run together in the March 23 Knesset elections.
The chairman of the party called for all the religious Zionist parties to run together, as otherwise they would likely not be able to pass the electoral threshold
Hazon entered the public eye last year after the organization displayed a large banner on a hotel near the entrance to Jerusalem reading, "A father and a mother = a family. The courage to be normal."
The party decided not to endorse any other candidates.