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    • eli
    • 21.12.12 | 19:06 (IST)

    aside from the allusions to various pop songs...what does this article bring to the table? there is no insight given here. Nothing has been explained about what in Bennet's agenda is so problematic. Bennet wants to make education a top priority after decades of deterioration. He wants Haredi men to work and to change the status-quo of the Yeshivas. He wants to address the issue of overly powerful tycoons and conglomerates. Aside from the severe crime of holding a right-wing ideology, what is the basis for such pathetic character maligning?

    from the article: Naftali Bennett, the man who's killing us softly
    First published 02:23 02.12.12 | Last updated 02:23 02.12.12
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