Torah Religious Front

   A joint electoral list formed by Agu-dat Israel and Poalei Agudat Israel to contest the Knesset elections in 1951, 1955, 1959, and 1973. As a result of these elections, it won five, six, six, and five seats, respectively.
   See also Political parties; Religion.

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