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And Then Biden Will Ask: 'Bennett, Where Did the Palestinians Disappear To?'

Prime Minister Bennett promised a 'new spirit,' but on his way to the White House he is sticking to a long-standing tradition set by his predecessor Netanyahu

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Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has promised change and a new spirit, but en route to Washington, he stuck to the tradition that his predecessor, Benjamin Netanyahu, practiced over many years – talking a lot about Iran and remaining silent when it comes to the Palestinians.

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