Jewish media reported that the right-wing Noam party had blacklisted dozens of gay Israelis working in the news or entertainment industry, as well as “far-left” women.
According to Hebrew media, the individuals on the list represent, from the point of view of the anti-gay right-wing faction, part of a “secret team” in a covert war waged in the name of gender equality and freedom by the LGBT community, since “Noam” considers it to be a party that opposes against LGBT people, and he won one parliamentary seat in the Israeli elections last November and struck a deal with Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu to support his next government.
Its leader, Avi Maoz, will be tasked with defending Israel’s “Jewish national identity” in the next government.
According to Ynet, the purpose of compiling the list is still not entirely clear.
Yediot Ahronot reported that all media personalities on the list are openly gay, without disclosing their names, and therefore there can be no question of the “purity” of any closed person.
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