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August 05, 1988 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-05

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Techiyah Moves
Farther Right

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
right-wing Techiyah party
moved farther to the right by
assigning presumably safe
seats on its Knesset election
list to three uncompromising
hard-liners in balloting last
Wednesday.
Elyakim Haetzni, Benny
Katzover and Avi Farhan
were given the fifth, sixth,
and seventh spots
respectively.
Techiyah, which holds five
seats in the present Knesset,
expects to win at least two
more seats in the Nov. 1 elec-
tions. Opinion polls predict an
especially strong showing
among younger voters, both
soldiers and civilians.
The first four Techiyah slots
were filled by the party's
founding leaders in an earlier
ballot. They are Yuval
Ne'eman, Geula Cohen, Ger-
shon Shafat and Rabbi
Eliezer Waldman.
All are outspoken ultrana-
tionalists, but the new can-
didates are, if anything, more
militant.

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Protester Has
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Los Angeles (JTA) — Rev.
Robert L. Hymers, the head of
the Baptist Tabernacle of Los
Angeles who has been in-
strumental in leading the
anti-Semitic-tinged protests
surrounding Universal Pic-
tures' "The Last Temptation
of Christ," has been running
an active outreach conversion
program targeting Jews,
while also maintaining close
links with Jews for Jesus.
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