New Right (Israel)
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|Split from||The Jewish Home|
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The New Right (Hebrew: הימין החדש, HaYamin HaHadash) is a right-wing political party in Israel, established in December 2018 by justice minister Ayelet Shaked and education minister Naftali Bennett. The party aims to be open to both religious and secular people.
The party was formed in December 2018, when Naftali Bennett, Ayelet Shaked, and Shuli Mualem left the Jewish Home, using the registration of the former Tzalash party, since their party, Jewish Home, is a religious party.
It was announced on 2 January 2019 that The Jerusalem Post columnist Caroline Glick had joined the party. Deaf rights activist Shirley Pinto joined the party on 8 January 2019; Shaked stated that Pinto would be an "effective advocate for the rights of people with disabilities".
- Full and equal partnership between Religious and Secular Jews
- Support for a one-state solution in the Israel-Palestine conflict
- The preservation of a strong right-wing party
- "Israeli ministers announce new right-wing party ahead of snap election". I24 News. 29 December 2018.
- "HOW BENNETT, SHAKED WILL DISTINGUISH THEMSELVES FROM LIKUD, BAYIT YEHUDI". The Jerusalem Post. 6 January 2019.
- "Bennett, Shaked quit Jewish Home, announce formation of 'HaYamin HaHadash'". The Times Of Israel. 29 December 2018.
- Chaim Levenson; Yotam Berger (29 December 2018). "Political Drama: Senior Israeli Ministers Launch New Right-wing Party". Haaretz. Retrieved 29 December 2018.
- Yvette J. Deane; Lahav Harkov; Gil Hoffman (29 December 2018). "'HaYemin HaHadash' (New Right)- Bennett, Shaked announce political party". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 29 December 2018.
- הפלטפורמה: מפלגתו של פריצקי Israel National News, 30 December 2018
- "Caroline Glick joins New Right party of Shaked, Bennett". World Israel News. 2 January 2019. Retrieved 2 January 2019.
- Raoul Wootliff (8 January 2019). "New Right announces deaf rights activist as first-ever deaf Knesset candidate". The Times of Israel. Retrieved 8 January 2019.
- "First-ever deaf candidate for Knesset joins New Right". The Jerusalem Post. 8 January 2019. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
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