ט"ז לחודש התשעי תשע"ג
This guy is...
|The Jewish Home/The New National Religious Party|
Anyone who ends up joining the government will have its funding determined by the government. In other word, the current, and probably continuing, Prime Minister Netanyahu's government will be making those determinations.
It does not matter if you call it...
Getting your rightful piece of the pie
Preferred budgetary distribution
They are all the same thing.
So, if you are concerned about solely with your community receiving funding for its institutions, then all you have to do is to make sure that your community's representatives join whichever government gets into power.
Take a lesson from some other Israeli political parties from 1993 (Oslo Death Accords) and 2005 (Jewish Expulsion from Azza), which shall remain nameless for now.
2. Religious Zionist Institutions:
I am absolutely positive that whoever is truly calling the shots IS interested in what the Religious Zionist institutions look like.
To make sure that undying State-loyalism is held above Torah. Worse yet, to make sure that Religious Zionist children are brainwashed into believing that undying State-loyalism = Torah! (חו"ח)
After all, the government believes that there is a limit as to how far its Mamlakhti "rabbinic" puppets can be trusted.
3. The Jewish Home Party:
We will see.
But most of the rest of them, are Mamlakhtim (undying, don't refuse orders to throw Jews out of their homes, State=Torah) "Religious" Zionists.
This is why my fellow Torah Nationalist friends either home school their, fund their own schools, like in Yitzhar, or send their kids to Haredi schools such as Boston, and concern themselves with hashqafah when they arrive home.
What does that tell you about the state of Religious Zionist institutions?
They don't want their kids indoctrinated into the undying State-loyalist, system of
Thus, there are at least Two Religious Zionist Camps, Not One.
One is The Real Religious Zionist, being both Religious and Zionist, BOTH concepts having been born exclusively from the Torah.
The other is...., well, confused and misguided.
Which one do you belong to?