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Netanyahu's Opponents on the Right Are Getting Stronger, and They Could Take Him Down

Naftali Bennett’s Yamina party is soaring in the polls, but stitching together an alternative coalition will prove more challenging

Anshel Pfeffer
Anshel Pfeffer
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Anshel Pfeffer
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At the opening of the winter session of the Knesset on Monday, Yamina leader Naftali Bennett launched his most vituperative attack yet on his old boss, Benjamin Netanyahu. “You know why there’s such a public loss of loss of trust in the government?” he addressed the prime minister. “Because you’re not telling the truth. A lockdown isn’t a victory picture. A lockdown is the result of failure. Terrible failure.”

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