The people of Israel returned to their land after two thousand years of exile: it is a miracle that has no parallel in the history of the nations! This is the realization of the vision of the prophets – that we have returned home and established the Jewish state here. From the very beginning of the Zionist vision, religious Zionism has identified the amazing process of faith that takes place before its eyes, and led it! Since then, religious Zionism has continued to lead in all areas of life in the country, all out of a pioneering faith and a deep commitment to the Torah, the people and the land.

Motti Yogev
Age 63, resident of Dolev, father of 10
Major-General (Res.), served in the paratroopers and Sayeret Matkal. Motti was the commander of the Maglan elite troops and the reserve commander of the Gaza division. He served as the Secretary-General of Bnei Akiva Israel and Deputy-Mayor of the Mateh Binyamin regional council. 

Betzalel Smotrich
Age 39, resident of Kedumim, father of 6 
Chairman of the National Union party. Member of Knesset on behalf of the Jewish Home- National Union party with the highest number of laws enacted in the last term. Deputy- Speaker of the Knesset. Former director of activities for Regavim. Director of the Kedumim Yeshivah. Founder of the Organization for Yeshivot Gedolot.

HaRav Rafi Peretz
Age 63, resident of Naveh, father of 12
Brigadier General (Res.), Flight commander (IAF), former Chief Rabbi of the IDF. Founder of a network of pre-army preparatory educational institutions. Head of the Ozem pre-army yeshiva. Founding member of the Naveh (Gaza border) community. Chairman of the Jewish Home party.

Orit Struck
Resident of Hebron, mother of 11
One of the leaders of the Jewish community in Hebron. Former member of Knesset. Founder and Director of the Organization for Human Rights for Residents of Judea and Samaria. Director of the lobby for the Land of Israel in the Knesset.

Idit Sillman
Age 38, resident of Rehovot, mother of 3
Marketing manager of Clalit Health Organization. Chairperson of the women's forum of the Jewish Home party. Founder of the movement to return missing soldiers Hadar Goldin and Oron Shaul. 

Ofir Sofer
Age 44, resident of Tefahot, father of 7
Deputy Battalion commander of the paratroopers (Res.), recipient of the IDF medal for bravery. Coordinator of communities in the Negev and the Galilee. Secretary-General of the National Union party.

Amichai Eliyahu
Age 38, resident of Rimonim A master educator. Promoter of initiatives on the subject of religion and state. Director- General of the Organization of Communal Rabbis and additional social welfare organizations. Grandson of Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu zt"l.

Davidi Ben-Tzion
Age 34, resident of Elon Moreh, father of 4
Major in the Paratroopers (res.). Deputy-Mayor of the Shomron regional council. Holder of the education portfolio in the Shomron council. Holder of a BA in education and an MA in public policy from the IDC in Herzliya .

Yossi Cohen
Age 39, resident of Ashkelon, father of 4
Member of the Ashkelon city council (2013- 2018). A leader and innovator of social welfare initiatives in the south of Israel.

The people of Israel returned to their land after two thousand years of exile: it is a miracle that has no parallel in the history of the nations! This is the realization of the vision of the prophets – that we have returned home and established the Jewish state here. From the very beginning of the Zionist vision, religious Zionism has identified the amazing process of faith that takes place before its eyes, and led it! Since then, religious Zionism has continued to lead in all areas of life in the country, all out of a pioneering faith and a deep commitment to the Torah, the people and the land.

HaRav Rafi Peretz
Age 63, resident of Naveh, father of 12
Brigadier General (Res.), Flight commander (IAF), former Chief Rabbi of the IDF. Founder of a network of pre-army preparatory educational institutions. Head of the Ozem pre-army yeshiva. Founding member of the Naveh (Gaza border) community. Chairman of the Jewish Home party.

Betzalel Smotrich
Age 39, resident of Kedumim,
father of 6
Chairman of the National Union party. Member of Knesset on behalf of the Jewish Home- National Union party with the highest number of laws enacted in the last term. Deputy- Speaker of the Knesset. Former director of activities for Regavim. Director of the Kedumim Yeshivah. Founder of the Organization for Yeshivot Gedolot.

Motti Yogev
Age 63, resident of Dolev, father of 10 Major-General (Res.), served in the paratroopers and Sayeret Matkal. Motti was the commander of the Maglan elite troops and the reserve commander of the Gaza division. He served as the Secretary-General of Bnei Akiva Israel and Deputy-Mayor of the Mateh Binyamin regional council. 

Ofir Sofer
Age 44, resident of Tefahot, father of 7
Deputy Battalion commander of the paratroopers (Res.), recipient of the IDF medal for bravery. Coordinator of communities in the Negev and the Galilee. Secretary-General of the National Union party.

Idit Sillman
Age 38, resident of Rehovot, mother of 3 
Marketing manager of Clalit Health Organization. Chairperson of the women's forum of the Jewish Home party. Founder of the movement to return missing soldiers Hadar Goldin and Oron Shaul. 

Orit Struck
Resident of Hebron, mother of 11
One of the leaders of the Jewish community in Hebron. Former member of Knesset. Founder and Director of the Organization for Human Rights for Residents of Judea and Samaria. Director of the lobby for the Land of Israel in the Knesset.

Yossi Cohen
Age 39, resident of Ashkelon, father of 4
Member of the Ashkelon city council (2013- 2018). A leader and innovator of social welfare initiatives in the south of Israel.

Davidi Ben-Tzion
Age 34,
 resident of Elon Moreh, father of 4
Major in the Paratroopers (res.). Deputy-Mayor of the Shomron regional council. Holder of the education portfolio in the Shomron council. Holder of a BA in education and an MA in public policy from the IDC in Herzliya.

Amichai Eliyahu
Age 38, resident of Rimonim A master educator. Promoter of initiatives on the subject of religion and state. Director- General of the Organization of Communal Rabbis and additional social welfare organizations. Grandson of Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu zt"l.

Committed to the periphery

We will work to create reinforcements and incentives for the periphery in all areas of life, in order to strengthen this settlement and to reduce the gaps created by years of neglect.

Committed to the Negev and the Galilee

We see the development towns and the rural areas in the Settlement Project of the Negev and the Galilee as a tremendous pioneering enterprise that delineates the borders of the State of Israel and serves as a national security belt of the first order. We see a supreme national value in the Judaization of the Negev and the Galilee, and in preserving the Jewish character in the cities and Jewish settlements in the Negev and the Galilee. In order to maintain this principle, we will act to provide an appropriate solution for the development of the Arab population in Arab villages and towns.

Committed to settlement

The Land of Israel for the People of Israel. period. We regard the territories of Judea, Samaria, and the Gaza Strip as an inseparable parts of the Land of Israel and the State of Israel, and we will act with all our might to apply Israeli sovereignty and law to the Land of Israel. We aspire to the resettlement of Gush Katif and northern Samaria.

Committed to security

The State of Israel is the strongest state in the Middle East. We will continue to work toachieve military supremacy over all our enemies, within and outside the borders of Israel, and we have no doubt that the security of Israeli citizens and IDF soldiers precedes the security of the Arab enemy. We will act to make a clear determination in the conflict between the State of Israel and the Arab residents of the country. We will not give up onemeter of earth from the land of our forefathers. We will work to fortify the IDF as a strong army with a Jewish Zionist fighting spirit that believes in the justice of the road and strives to win the war.

Committed to the family

We will work to strengthen the family unit according to Israel’s tradition as a national and educational goal of paramount importance to the strength and future of society, and to ensuring the Jewish majority in the country. We will work to promote women, along with the eradication of prostitution and exploitation of women.

Committed to the Chief Rabbinate

We support the Chief Rabbinate of Israel, the strengthening and upgrading of the kashrut system, conversion and marriage processes. We aim to make the Chief Rabbinate a warm and professional agency, accessible to all people.

Committed to Shabbat

It was the Jewish people that brought the value of Shabbat to the world. We will work to strengthen the Sabbath in the public sphere, the national day of rest of the State of Israel. We support the right of every Jew to on Shabbat.

Committed to Jewish identity

The State of Israel is a Jewish and democratic state. The Torah and the Jewish tradition preserved the Jewish nation and brought it to the rebirth of the State of Israel. We will work to expand and commemorate Israel’s heritage and tradition in the public sphere in Israel, out of and without coercion.

Committed to social strength

Society in Israel is a spectacular human and cultural mosaic, full of mutual guarantees and caring. We will work to promote programs that will help the needy to help themselves out of poverty.

Committed to young people

Investing in young people in the field of education and employment is the most worthwhile investment for the country. We will work to expand the areas of work that are preferred for areas of activity that are compatible with the personal development of young people in the modern employment market.

Committed to the economy

We will work to promote a free and efficient market in the Jewish spirit, a market that allows Israeli citizens the freedom to express their full talents without harming the economic goals of the State of Israel. Alongside this, we will show compassion and sensitivity to the weak and the needy. We will act to minimize economic legislation and restrictive regulation – while trusting people and market forces, creating flexible and dynamic space for the development of small and large businesses, entrepreneurship and investments.

Committed to Diaspora Jewry

The State of Israel is the home of the Jewish people. The value of the mutual guarantee that underlies the existence of the Jewish people in general and the very foundation of the State of Israel, places the State in charge of Diaspora Jewry. Out of this responsibility, we will work to deepen the connection between the people living in Zion and our brothers in the Diaspora, and strengthen the connection between Diaspora Jewry and the State of Israel.

Committed to democracy

In the State of Israel, three separate authorities have the task of complementing and balancing each other, the legislative, executive and judicial branches. We will act to separate the authorities and to restrain the power of the Supreme Court by enacting the cessation clause. We will promote the appointment of conservative judges to the courts, who share this goal.

Committed to the seniors

We will work to promote the well-being of senior citizens, to create and expand employment, promote volunteerism and leisure opportunities for this population, to strengthen supervision of nursing homes and nursing frameworks, and to develop effective insurance instruments.

Committed to security

The State of Israel is the strongest state in the Middle East. We will continue to work toachieve military supremacy over all our enemies, within and outside the borders of Israel, and we have no doubt that the security of Israeli citizens and IDF soldiers precedes the security of the Arab enemy. We will act to make a clear determination in the conflict between the State of Israel and the Arab residents of the country. We will not give up onemeter of earth from the land of our forefathers. We will work to fortify the IDF as a strong army with a Jewish Zionist fighting spirit that believes in the justice of the road and strives to win the war.

Committed to settlement

The Land of Israel for the People of Israel. period. We regard the territories of Judea, Samaria, and the Gaza Strip as an inseparable parts of the Land of Israel and the State of Israel, and we will act with all our might to apply Israeli sovereignty and law to the Land of Israel. We aspire to the resettlement of Gush Katif and northern Samaria.

Committed to the Negev and the Galilee

We see the development towns and the rural areas in the Settlement Project of the Negev and the Galilee as a tremendous pioneering enterprise that delineates the borders of the State of Israel and serves as a national security belt of the first order. We see a supreme national value in the Judaization of the Negev and the Galilee, and in preserving the Jewish character in the cities and Jewish settlements in the Negev and the Galilee. In order to maintain this principle, we will act to provide an appropriate solution for the development of the Arab population in Arab villages and towns.

Committed to the periphery

We will work to create reinforcements and incentives for the periphery in all areas of life, in order to strengthen this settlement and to reduce the gaps created by years of neglect.

Committed to Jewish identity

The State of Israel is a Jewish and democratic state. The Torah and the Jewish tradition preserved the Jewish nation and brought it to the rebirth of the State of Israel. We will work to expand and commemorate Israel’s heritage and tradition in the public sphere in Israel, out of and without coercion.

Committed to Shabbat

It was the Jewish people that brought the value of Shabbat to the world. We will work to strengthen the Sabbath in the public sphere, the national day of rest of the State of Israel. We support the right of every Jew to on Shabbat.

Committed to the Chief Rabbinate

We support the Chief Rabbinate of Israel, the strengthening and upgrading of the kashrut system, conversion and marriage processes. We aim to make the Chief Rabbinate a warm and professional agency, accessible to all people.

Committed to the family

We will work to strengthen the family unit according to Israel’s tradition as a national and educational goal of paramount importance to the strength and future of society, and to ensuring the Jewish majority in the country. We will work to promote women, along with the eradication of prostitution and exploitation of women.

Committed to Diaspora Jewry

The State of Israel is the home of the Jewish people. The value of the mutual guarantee that underlies the existence of the Jewish people in general and the very foundation of the State of Israel, places the State in charge of Diaspora Jewry. Out of this responsibility, we will work to deepen the connection between the people living in Zion and our brothers in the Diaspora, and strengthen the connection between Diaspora Jewry and the State of Israel.

Committed to the economy

We will work to promote a free and efficient market in the Jewish spirit, a market that allows Israeli citizens the freedom to express their full talents without harming the economic goals of the State of Israel. Alongside this, we will show compassion and sensitivity to the weak and the needy. We will act to minimize economic legislation and restrictive regulation – while trusting people and market forces, creating flexible and dynamic space for the development of small and large businesses, entrepreneurship and investments.

Committed to young people

Investing in young people in the field of education and employment is the most worthwhile investment for the country. We will work to expand the areas of work that are preferred for areas of activity that are compatible with the personal development of young people in the modern employment market.

Committed to social strength

Society in Israel is a spectacular human and cultural mosaic, full of mutual guarantees and caring. We will work to promote programs that will help the needy to help themselves out of poverty.

Committed to the seniors

We will work to promote the well-being of senior citizens, to create and expand employment, promote volunteerism and leisure opportunities for this population, to strengthen supervision of nursing homes and nursing frameworks, and to develop effective insurance instruments.

Committed to democracy

In the State of Israel, three separate authorities have the task of complementing and balancing each other, the legislative, executive and judicial branches. We will act to separate the authorities and to restrain the power of the Supreme Court by enacting the cessation clause. We will promote the appointment of conservative judges to the courts, who share this goal.