Bennett Says Settler Violence 'Insignificant' Amid Spike in Attacks Against Palestinians

The prime minister's remarks come after Public Security Minister Bar-Lev doubled down on his critiques of settler violence, which has drawn ire from multiple government officials

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Prime Minister Naftali Bennett criticized Public Security Minister Omer Bar-Lev on Tuesday for criticizing setter violence in the West Bank and promising to tackle it. 

Bennett dubbed settler violence an "insignificant phenomena" that should be dealt with. Moreover, he called to refrain from generalizing the whole community.

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