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Netanyahu Is Now More Dangerous Than Ever. Lapid and Bennett Must Act Fast

Yossi Verter
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Naftali Bennett spoke last Wednesday for the first time as a future prime minister, rather than as a gymnast doing the splits, his legs pointing in opposite directions.

Over the past 29 days, he has played both sides: Yair Lapid and Benjamin Netanyahu. It’s possible that this is precisely where he always intended to end up – eluding blame for the failure to form a government of the right-wing, ultra-Orthodox and United Arab List (except by Netanyahu and his embittered lackeys in the media).

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