In Jerusalem elections, ultra-Orthodox voters may unite behind religious candidate in runoff

//In Jerusalem elections, ultra-Orthodox voters may unite behind religious candidate in runoff

In Jerusalem elections, ultra-Orthodox voters may unite behind religious candidate in runoff

By | 2018-11-02T19:47:19+00:00 November 2nd, 2018|Israel|Comments Off on In Jerusalem elections, ultra-Orthodox voters may unite behind religious candidate in runoff
Yossi Deitch, the ultra-Orthodox candidate who lost on Tuesday, tells religious-Zionist radio station 'haredi public would be happy if we unite behind [Moshe] Leon' ■ Secular candidate Ofer Berkovitch is counting on Likud's Zeev Elkin voters

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