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Anti-LGBT party tells Netanyahu of ‘need to immediately remove anti-Jewish material’ from schools

MK Avi Maoz, leader of the anti-LGBT Noam party, at Likud headquarters in Tel Aviv on November 8, 2022. (Flash90)
MK Avi Maoz, leader of the anti-LGBT Noam party, at Likud headquarters in Tel Aviv on November 8, 2022. (Flash90)

MK Avi Maoz says he believes his anti-LGBT Noam party will be part of the right-religious coalition expected to be formed by Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu.

After meeting Netanyahu, Maoz says he presented Noam’s views to the former prime minister on “the need to immediately remove anti-Zionist and anti-Jewish material that have infiltrated the education system from school curriculums, and the need to strengthen the country’s Jewish identity.”

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