“Don’t bring your controversies here into Israel. We’re too small a state. We have customs in Israel, don’t change them,” Shas party leader Aryeh Deri said in an interview with i24NEWS on Monday, referring to the conservative, reform and other streams of Judaism common in the Diaspora.
'Don't bring your controversies here into #Israel. We're too small a state. We have customs in Israel, don't change them,' Shas party leader @ariyederi tells @NuritBen and @calev_i24, on US Jews challenging the status quo at #Jerusalem's Western Wall: #IsraElex19 pic.twitter.com/C4TrKdgyBM
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