JERUSALEM — (09-18-22) — Gay Likud MK Amir Ohana defends his right wing party leader Benjamin Netanyahu’s push to have anti-LGBT party Noam, join forces with Religious Zionism ahead of the 2022 election.
In an interview he did with Walla News, Ohana, said that “I can promise that there will not be any anti-gay legislation, nothing that sends us back in time.” Ohana further added that “No matter what the party may demand, it won’t happen… I have some pull as well.” said Ohana.
The Likud MK went on to justify even more why he supports Netanyahu’s push for the anti-LGBT Norm party by saying that “because I hope that we will have enough seats to establish such a coalition.” Ohana says that he obviously does not agree with Noam MK Avi Maoz, but he prefers him to anti-gay Ra’am MK Waleed Taha, “because with Taha there are other problems too, like his opposition to the idea of a Jewish state.” said Ohana.
Opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu lobbied successfully last week, to press the extremist anti-gay Noam party to combine with Religious Zionism to ensure it would not slip beneath the electoral threshold for the November 1, 2022 election.
If you would like to let Likud MK Amir Ohana know your opinion on his decision, visit him on Twitter @amirohana.
Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer
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