According to Jewish law, gentiles should not live in the Land of Israel,” (Israel’s Sephardic Chief Rabbi Yitzhak) Yosef said. “If a gentile does not agree to take on the seven Noahide Laws, we should send him to Saudi Arabia. When the true and complete redemption arrives, that is what we will do” . . .
Non-Jews who remain in Israel are here to serve the Jews who live in Israel, according to the rabbi.
“Who will be the servers? Who will be our assistants? Therefore, we leave them here in the land,” he said.
This man’s father, Ovadia Yosef, was also at one time the Sephardic Chief Rabbi of Israel, and later founded the ultra-Orthodox Shas political party in 1984, and made similar statements to the ones his son has just made about Gentiles in a sermon in 2000 and a number of other controversial statements.
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"The Chief Rabbinate of Israel (הרבנות הראשית לישראל) is recognized by law as the supreme rabbinic and spiritual authority for Judaism in Israel. The Chief Rabbinate Council assists the two chief rabbis, who alternate in its presidency. It has legal and administrative authority to organize religious arrangements for Israel’s Jews. It also responds to halakhic questions submitted by Jewish public bodies in the Diaspora. The Council sets, guides and supervises agencies within its authority.
The Chief Rabbinate of Israel consists of two Chief Rabbis: an Ashkenazi rabbi and a Sephardi rabbi, also known as the Rishon leZion (i.e., First to Zion). The Chief Rabbis are elected for 10 year terms. The present Sephardi Chief Rabbi is Yitzhak Yosef and the Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi is David Lau, both of whom commenced their terms in 2013."