'Secular and Religious Israelis Must Unite'

Friday, June 07, 2013 |  Israel Today Staff

The new centrist political party Yesh Atid shocked everyone in the January elections by becoming the Knesset’s second largest faction. Rabbi Dov Lipman was number 17 on the party’s Knesset list and was surprised, too, when he actually made it into parliament.

In an interview with Israel Today, Lipman said it was far past time for religious and secular Jews to close the rift between them so this nation can get back to its biblical mandate - being a light to all other nations.

The full interview appears in the current issue of Israel Today Magazine.

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