Yahadut HaTorah HaMeuhedet

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Yahadut HaTorah HaMeuhedet, Hebrew: יהדות התורה המאוחדת , meaning United Torah Judaism (ofted called like that) (shortened UTJ) is an Israeli political party.

Its ideology is conservative, and Ashkenazic Haredi (Ultra-Orthodox).

Political leaders are Ya'akov Litzman (Agudat Yisrael) and Moshe Gafni (Degel HaTorah).

Yahadut HaTorah HaMeuhedet was founded in 1992. It is an alliance of two parties: Agudat Yisrael (meaning Union of Israel, belonging to the Hasidism movement) and Degel HaTorah (meaning Banner of the Torah, belonging to the Misnagdim movement).

Number of seats in the 20th Knesset: 6 (-1).

Participating in the Fourth Netanyahu Government.

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