Sep 12, 2017

Zehut Party in Israel and the First Ever Home/Office Computer/Cellular International Primary Vote

a guest post by Moshe Burt

Zehut Party in Israel and the First Ever Home/Office Computer/Cellular International Primary Vote

This morning, Tuesday (Yom Shlishi), 12 September, 2017 (21 Elul, 5777) is a landmark, historic date, for today the Zehut political party in Israel held the first-ever home/office computer/cellular international primary vote. Jews who are members of Zehut, both in Israel and internationally have voting privilege.

Another first: Jews from outside of Israel also have a chance to choose a representative in Zehut’s Knesset list. Zehut believes that the land of Israel belongs to all Jews, regardless of where they leave. ZEHUT International (www.zehutinternational.com) membership enables all Jews to participate.

For my part, at least, the vote went flawlessly.

I tweeted this note on the vote:
Mark Burt‏ @BloggerFool
2day the Zehut party https://zehut.org.il/ members in Israel/Intn’l held the 1st ever, anywhere, home/off computer/cellular primary vote.
The Zehut party, with its party leader Moshe Feiglin, emerged as a political party in its own right following the 2016 elections. Previously, they were the Manhigut Yehudit faction within the Likud party since the year 2000.


Moshe Feiglin, with his co-founder Shmuel Sackett have been activists for at least twenty-five years dating back to the days leading up to the signing of the Oslo Agreement when they and their organization Zo Artzeinu (This is Our Land) advocated and practiced non-violent civil disobedience as a means of opposition to the Oslo Accords and led massive street demonstrations, blocking traffic numerous times in protest of the horrendous Oslo Accords. The Oslo Agreements legitimized, in the eyes of the world, arch-terrorist Yassir Arafat and his terrorist PLO as well as giving “Palestinians ” credibility and legitimization (fake and bogus as it is) as a national entity before the world — leading to their absurd demands for a state on historical, Biblical Eretz Yisrael. These demands are but camouflage for their true goals — the eradication of Israel and the Jews.

This Zehut party member primary vote today is but the first step in determining which candidates will make the party’s list and their numerical place on the list.

In the next step in the process, Zehut will hold an unprecedented open primary vote in which any Israeli citizen, regardless of sector or party affiliation would be able to vote for the Zehut candidate(s) of their choice.

The results of both today’s Zehut party member primary vote, as well as the upcoming open primary vote will determine which candidates will make Zehut’s party list, and in what order they will be placed for upcoming national elections.


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Moshe Burt is an Oleh, writer and commentator on news and events in Eretz Yisrael. He is the founder and director of The Sefer Torah Recycling Network and lives in Ramat Beit Shemesh.
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4 comments:

  1. They announced that about 2,000 people voted. And now we know that a lot of those weren't even residents of Israel. So...they still need about 148,000 more people to vote for them to even get a single seat.

    It's not happening. The best they can do is hurt the right wing in general. But they never learn.

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  2. Where are those numbers? I looked around the web and didn't see anything?

    Jack

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  3. He fooled many good people first time round. Honestly, I wouldn't vote for him no matter who's on his list. And he let foreigners vote, since he wants their money. It's Elul, and he should apologize and retire from public life.
    The laws of loshen haraa require that we prevent people from being scammed.

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    1. I dont think he "fooled" anyone. I think he failed, not fooled. I dont know why anyone thought he would do better on his own if after 15 years he got almost nowhere in the Likud

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