Shas

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Shas
ש״ס
Shas party logo
Leader Aryeh Deri
Founded 1984 (1984)
Headquarters Jerusalem, Israel
Ideology Populism[1]
Torah,
Torah Judaism,
Haredi Judaism,
Sephardic Haredim,
Orthodox Halakha,
Nationalisation,
Religious conservatism
International affiliation Miyayaliwang Sephardi Batei Dinim, American/World Sephardic Federation, World Zionist Organization.
Knesset Template:Infobox political party/seats
Election symbol
שס
Website
shas.org.il

Ing Shas (Hebrew: ש״ס‎, metung a acronym para king Shomrei Sfarad, lit. Bante nang Sfarad (ning Torah)) metung yang ultra-orthodox a partidu pulitikal a relihyosu king Israel.[2] Mitátag ya kanitang 1984 king lalam ning pamanibala nang Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, a sadyang Sephardic a pekapun a rabbi (Sephardi chief rabbi), a menatiling ispiritual nang pekapun angga king kayang kamatayan anyang Octubre 2013. Keraklan, magsilbi yang pekakatawan no reng relihyosung Hudyung Sephardic ampong Mizrahi.[3]

Anyang mumuna, malati yang grupung pulitikal a makabasi king lahi o kabilyan a etniku, ing Shas, a king salukuyan yang kapat a pekamaragul a partidu king Knesset o Parlamentu ning Israel, at, agpang king The Jewish Daily Forward, "the unchallenged kingmaker of Israeli politics".[4] Manibat kanitang 1984, pane yang kayabe king manibalang koalisyon, ing Labor man o ing Likud ing makalukluk a partidu.[2][5] King salukuyun, 2013, atilu king oposisyun deng kayanib ning Shas, kayabe ya ing Labor[5] uling king e pamikasundu kareng aliwang partidung maka-wanan king koalisyon nang Netanyahu tungkul king pamag-serbisyu da reng ultra-Orthodox king militar.[6]

Dalerayan[mag-edit | edit source]

  1. Dani Fic (2009) The Political Right in Israel: Different Faces of Jewish Populism Routledge, p79
  2. 2.0 2.1 Shas. Encyclopædia Britannica 2011. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Retrieved on 21 December 2011.
  3. Shas. Encyclopaedia Judaica 419–420. Michael Berenbaum and Fred Skolnik (Ed.), Encyclopaedia Judaica, 2nd ed. Vol. 18. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA (2007). Retrieved on 21 December 2011.
  4. Guttman, Nathan (20 December 2011). Shas Sets Up Shop in U.S.. The Jewish Daily Forward. Retrieved on 21 December 2011.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Brumfield, Ben (March 14, 2013). "Israel's new government excludes ultra-religious", CNN. 
  6. Mekelberg, Yossi (18 March 2013). "Coalition of the will(ing) to be in power", Al-Arabiya. 

Suglung palwal[mag-edit | edit source]

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