17 March 2015

Congratulations to Yachad, No Matter the Outcome

27 Adar 5775

With ten minutes to go before the polls close in Israel, I just want to go on record saying that if Yachad fails to "cross the threshhold", that is all the proof I will need to know that the election was rigged from start to finish. It has too much grass-roots support not to get four seats. In an honest election, I would expect it to get minimally 5-6 seats, maybe 7. 

But, as I said when the party formed and I decided to back it, it is/was a step in the right direction. And for the unity among Jews that it has generated and for the principled stand it has taken and held throughout the campaign and for every adversity it has faced with faith and trust in HKB"H, always taking the high ground, Yachad is the biggest winner out of the 2015 election for the 20th Knesset!

Kol hakavod, yasher koach and todah l'Hashem!!!

4 comments:

yaak said...

Couldn't agree more with your sentiments.

Dassie said...

Totally agree, Devash.
I guess we should have known when we saw that pre-election polls would show Yachad at 5 seats, then a couple of days later...zero. Then a couple of days after that...four seats. I mean, sometimes Yachad had tens of thousands of supporters and sometimes they all suddenly disappeared? Within a few days time? Yeah, right.

Anonymous said...

100%, Amen! I was prepared to vote for them, and since they did admit Baruch Marzel, I voted for them today.

Mazal tov to all who perceived that this is the ONLY party that ran on both a Torah Sh'leimah and Eretz Yisrael Sh'leimah platform - they didn't go for the bait of a false choice, as so many have in the past; and the candidates they promoted are known for their dedication to both Judaism and the Land of Israel.

CDG, Yerushalayim

Anonymous said...

Amen. B'H, they received four seats, even though if things were 100%wh legitimate, they would gotten seven seats. The main thing is, they passed the threshhold and it is a start. May this just be the start of a complete turnaround for the country coming back to its Jewish roots, leading us to the geulah. Raizy