Settler Violence, Netanyahu's Trial and COVID: Haaretz Interview With Prime Minister Bennett

Bennett recalls Netanyahu threatening him in coalition talks. In Syria, Israel has 'significantly increased activity,' and on Iran, 'I’m not looking for a quarrel with the Americans for the sake of a quarrel'

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Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in his office.
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in his office.
Yossi Verter
Yossi Verter

A day after the interview with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, the mountaintops were covered in white but the depths of the pandemic filled yet again with bad blood and wrestling in the mud. Teachers’ Union head Yaffa Ben David against the cabinet, top public health official Dr. Sharon Alroy-Preis against cancellation of the quarantines, Education Minister Yifat Shasha-Biton against everyone. Israeli parents went to bed yet again in despair, confused and uncertain about what the morning would bring.

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