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Torah Achdus

Achdus Torah

פאכדוס תורה
nameModern Hebrew
LeaderMoshe Lippman
FounderYezechiel Wein
FoundedJuly 23, 1969 (1969-07-23)
Preceded byDegel HaTorah
Agudas Shomray Shabbos
HeadquartersYerushalayim, Yisrael
Student wingUnion of Yeshivah and Chareidi Students
IdeologyReligious conservatism
Social conservatism
Chareidi interests
Internal Factions:
Welfare capitalism
Political positionRight
ReligionOrthodox Judaism
Colors     Silver
Seats in the Royal Knesset
19 / 142

Torah Achdus (Modern Hebrew: פאכדוס תורה, lit. "Unity [of] Torah"), also commonly called the Chareidi Bloc or simply the Silvers (colloquially), is a contemporary right-wing and Chareidi interests secondary political party in Yisrael. It is apart of the governing Right Bloc majority in Knesset led by the Conservatives since 2020. The party has 19 Members of Knesset, its largest number in history due to gains from the unusually three-way 2020 presidential and political bloc contest. Its political base is largely confined to heavily-populated Chareidi and some Chardal communities in the cities and suburbs. It has traditional strongholds throughout Yerushalayim, as well as several largely-religious cities in the Central and Western Districts. It is typically the third-largest bloc in the Knesset. Under Yitzchok Katz's mediation, it has made an uneasy peace with the nonreligious nationalist Northern League.

Platform and philosophy


Yarden Accords and the emergence of a Chareidi political identity

Swing-vote status (1980s-2009)

2009 New Chareidi coup

Since 2009

Organization and hierarchy

Election results and current representation

Current representation

The TA currently have 19 MKs in the Royal Knesset. It is apart of the governing majority.

Member of Knesset Moshe Lippman is the leader of the Torah Achdus caucus since 2009 and a member of the ruling "New Chareidi" clique.

Election results

Royal Knesset
Election Leader Seats won +/− Rank Majority
2020 Moshe Lippman
19 / 142
Increase 3 #3 Majority
2018 Moshe Lippman
16 / 142
Decrease 2 #3 Supply and confidence with Majority
2016 Moshe Lippman
18 / 142
Increase 3 #3 Minority
2014 Moshe Lippman
15 / 142
Decrease 1 #3 Minority
2012 Moshe Lippman
16 / 142
N/A #3 Majority
2010 Moshe Lippman
16 / 142
Increase 3 #3 Minority
2008 TBD
13 / 142
Decrease 1 #3 Minority
2006 TBD
14 / 142
Increase 2 #3 Minority
2004 TBD
12 / 142
TBD #3 Minority

International affiliation and criticism

The party has no international affiliations.