United Torah Judaism wins the Israeli election – on demographics
For the first time ever, the ultra-Orthodox community’s growth has been translated into votes; the party has won seven Knesset seats.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his expected partner, Yair Lapid, have pledged to focus on military service and other state-and-religion issues. As a result, United Torah Judaism, an ultra-Orthodox party, says it may not join the next coalition.
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