Rabbi Ovadiah Yosef’s Daughter Registers New Political Party

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Adina Bar-Shalom, the daughter of the late Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, officially registered her new political party on Monday.

The faction is called “Achi Yisraeli”, or “My Israeli Brother” and Bar-Shalom wrote in the registration documents that it’s purpose is to establish “a new political home based on a politics of common good – moderation, mutual respect, and the pursuit of an agreement. The party will enlist activists from various sides of Israeli society in a joint political process.

The fledgling party also promised to “promote coexistence in Israel, as a Jewish, Zionist and democratic state, to allow the different sectors to preserve their identity in recognition of the other, with mutual respect and adherence to non-coercion”.

Read more at Arutz Sheva.




  1. I find it incomprehensible that you called one of the most respected and greatest geonim of our generation “Rabbi” Ovadia Yosef as if he was the rabbi of Temple Beth Gornisht instead of a gadol hador. Although you inexplicably chose not to call him by the more appropriate titles of “Moreinu Harav” or “Harav Hagaon” Ovadia Yosef zatzal, the very least you could have done is shown a mashehu of respect and called him “Harav”.

  2. Is she going to oppose the parade, and the rest of the agenda?
    Is so we should all support her, if not we don’t need more rishayim in politics!


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