Mizrachi movement (from Heb., merkaz ruhani, ‘spiritual centre’). A Jewish movement which emphasizes that Zionism and the establishment of the State of Israel must be spiritual as well as political. The Mizrachi movement underlies the National Religious Party of Israel, i.e. Mafdal.
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