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Asaf Yedidya

of religion in Israel belonged at that time to Orthodox Judaism and its political parties, especially the Lithuanian Yeshivot circles. The new movement challenged the “gap between the people and the Torah and the gap between the halacha and the political, economic and social reality” and called “to revive the halacha through the clear assumption, that the problems of the State are included again in the field of Torah.” The six goals and principles of the movement were The Torah is the legacy of the whole people. The commandments relating to interaction