Why New Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s Neighbors Are So Angry With Him

Naftali Bennett’s decision not to relocate his family to the prime minister’s residence in Jerusalem is proving unpopular with his neighbors, who now face major upheaval to their daily routines

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Naftali Bennett and his wife Gilat wanted it all when they returned to Israel from a stint in the United States in the early 2000s: a spacious villa in a neighborhood full of synagogues, preschools and an elementary school in walking distance, populated by families ranging from strictly Orthodox to secular.

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