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”.
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