Check the DNA before calling Bennett your brother
Don't be fooled by Naftali Bennett's sweet talk; a spoonful of sugar hides a bitter pill.
Back in the 1990's the National Religious Party (known as the Mafdal) aired a campaign ad showing a secular youth in a club. It was a time when the summer holidays lasted all summer and tasted like sand and grape juice; the days of "the Mafdal is to your right." The young man had gel in his hair, maybe even an earring. He danced in a smoke-filled room before turning to the...
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