A Bit About Me…
I was born in 1960, I am married, father of eight and a grandfather. I went through the routine program for those days, studying until the age of 18 at a yeshiva high school,
I studied for three years at Yeshivat Merkaz Harav and afterwards joined the army. After completing my military service, I managed Machon Meir at Bar-Ilan University for about a year, mainly explaining Judaism and Jewish identity in various ways.
After about a year, I returned to my studies at Yeshivat Mercaz Harav for about eight years, during which I was ordained as a rabbi and served as a mohel, a field in which I specialized over the years. I also taught others in this field.
In the year 1990/91 we moved to the north and I became a rabbi of the Ta’ami company, which over the years became Unilever Israel. I have been serving in this capacity for 27 years. I also teach Torah and deal with circumcision and more.
What do you bring with you to Zehut?
What will be your Political Focus?
In political activity, I would like to focus on strengthening the freedom of the individual through authentic Jewish connection, by bringing these messages into education and by realizing these ideas in all spheres of life and in every government ministry. An area that is particularly close to my heart is the preservation of national lands, handing them over to young couples, and fostering excellence in agriculture.
How will you attract voters to the Zehut party?
I believe that merging the world of Jewish values with the world of libertarian values is an area that interests Israelis. It is very important for every Jew to preserve his Jewish identity and his personal freedom, as is evident from many surveys. I can express myself well and by doing so attract voters from all walks of life in Israel.
So why should we vote for you?
I do believe that the people of Israel deserve better leaders than I, but for the sake of the aforementioned promotion and with the proper modesty, I wish to be your emissary.