Founded in 1983

A joint religious list formed in 1983, Morasha included both Poalei Agudat Yisrael and the Matzad movement, a group composed of the hawkish faction that left the National Religious Party (Mafdal) and operated independently from 1983 to 1986. Morasha was a right-wing list that viewed Judea, Samaria, and the Gaza Strip as a territory bequeathed to the Jewish people by its ancestors. The party believed that possessing these territories was crucial to the security of the state. The list received two seats in the 1984 elections, but broke up in 1986 with the return of the Matzad members to the National Religious Party.  

Election Year Votes Count Number Of Seats Share Of Votes List Of Candidates Platform
1984 33,287 2 1.6 Candidates Candidates

Note that the candidates in this table are in Hebrew

Haim Druckman, Avraham Werdiger, Yitzchak Levi, Hanan Porat

Morasha joined the national unity government headed by Shimon Peres (1984–1986) as part of the Likud bloc. Yosef Shapira represented the list in the government as a Minister without Portfolio.