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Israel Election Results: Bennett Has a Historic Choice to Make

It's not suprising for the Yamina leader to be stuck between Bibi and 'no Bibi': He's always attempted to portray himself as the 'sane rightist'

Noa Landau
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Noa Landau

With all the warning signs that must accompany the very tight exit polls, it appears as though Naftali Bennett, despite all his declarations and signatures, faces the most significant decision of his political career – and in Israel’s history.

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