Important to note that this party forms a tiny minority:
The party ran in the 2013 election, but failed to pass the minimum 2% voting threshold by 9,000 votes, and did not receive any seats in the 19th Knesset. In the 2015 election, they ran on a joint list with Yachad; however, the list narrowly failed to pass the 3.25% threshold. Otzma Yehudit will form a technical bloc with the Jewish Home party in advance of the 2019 election.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made a formal electoral pact for the upcoming April election with the Otzma Yehudit (literally, “Jewish Power”) party which has as its policy the expulsion of all non-Jews from Israel, and whose leaders have said that “Christians are ‘blood sucking vampires’ who should be expelled from Israel.”
News of the alliance was carried in the media aimed directly at Jews, such as the Times of Israel, but has been completely suppressed in the Jewish lobby controlled media in Europe and America—because there, the Jewish lobby always pushes “non-racialism” as its official policy for non-Jews.
According to the Times of Israel, Netanyahu has reached a deal with the Jewish Home Party to grant that “national-religious party” a pair of ministerial posts after April’s elections in exchange for it merging with the Otzma Yehudit party, whose name in Hebrew literally translates as “Jewish Power.”