Geulat Yisrael

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Geulat Yisrael
גאולת ישראל
Leader Eliezer Mizrahi
Founded 25 December 1990
Dissolved 1990s
Split from Agudat Yisrael
Ideology Mizrahi ultra-Orthodox interest
Most MKs 1 (1990–1992)
Fewest MKs 1 (1990–1992)
Election symbol

Geulat Israel (Hebrew: גאולת ישראל‎‎, Salvation of Israel) was a short-lived Haredi political party in Israel in the early 1990s.


The party was established on 25 December 1990 when Eliezer Mizrahi broke away from Agudat Yisrael.[1] Despite leaving the party, Mizrahi remained Deputy Minister of Health.

The party participated in the 1992 elections, where it won 12,851 votes (0.5%). However, this was not enough to cross the electoral threshold of 1.5% and Mizrahi lost his seat. The party subsequently disappeared


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