United Torah Judaism: Ultra-Orthodox Representation

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United Torah Judaism (UTJ) aims to represent Israel's ultra-Orthodox community in the corridors of power, in order to prevent discrimination against them. The party works toward maintaining a Jewish lifestyle in Israel and the dissemination of Jewish tradition.

The party's platform is formulated by its spiritual leaders on very issue including security, politics, society and economy.

State and religion UTJ supports the religious status quo. On the issue of drafting yeshiva students, the party accepted the position of the Tal Commission. The party objects to any change to the law regarding the Sabbath, including the opening of businesses.

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