Senior leaders of the Chabad movement in Israel have endorsed the Yahadut HaTorah party, just days ahead of the September 17th general election.
Rabbi Chaim Shalom Deitsch, the head of the Tzemach Tzedek organization, and Rabbi Zalman Goffin of Yeshivat Tomchei Temimim of Kfar Chabad came out with a special call for Chabad-Lubavitch members to vote for the UTJ in the upcoming elections next week.
Rabbi Deitsch wrote: “In answering the question of who to choose, we have nothing but the words of the Rebbe who said we should vote for the most charedi list, and it is undoubtedly the list of Agudat Yisrael,”
Rabbi Goffin also said: “The most charedi party, as the Rebbe instructed us [to support], is the Yahadut HaTorah party.”
Read more at Arutz Sheva.