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October 10, 2015 / 27 Tishri, 5776
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Haredi Politicians Now Angry at Labor

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Last week, the Haredi politicians and Aryeh Deri in particular couldn’t get enough of Labor (Avoda) leader Yitchak Herzog, even suggesting he could replace Netanyahu as Prime Minister, all in anger over the Haredi draft law that passed.

This week the Labor party indicated support for the upcoming Conversion bill, a bill the Haredim don’t support. Haredi politicians expressed their anger and disappointment at Labor’s support.

It appears that the Haredi honeymoon with the Labor party is over.

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3 Responses to “Haredi Politicians Now Angry at Labor”

  1. Tell the Haredi to go serve I Army

  2. if only the Haredim are in arms for the upcoming conversion bill, THEN WE ARE ALL HAREDIM (and as IDF refuse to support and protect the residents of Judea and Shomron, i don't care so much if even my sons will serve in this army)

  3. Earl W. Littlefield Jr says:

    Sounds like the Haredi prefer the Muslim style "marriage for the hour"…..

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