“My formula is the maximum amount of land with the minimum amount of Palestinians,” he told me when we spoke last week.
Naftali Bennett’s debating points are written in the blood of Diaspora Jews. Shame on him.
Far right wing Israeli minister Naftali Bennett defended President Donald Trump
After the terrorist attack in Pittsburgh, many Israelis weighed in. Zionist Union chief Avi Gabbay’s contribution was the absolute worst.
Naftali Bennett, Israel’s far right wing minister, drew a parallel on Sunday evening between the gunman who massacred 11 Jews and Hamas militants.
Bennett’s vision — of an increasingly undemocratic, illiberal and xenophobic country — is pushing American Jews away from Israel.
“The government of Poland canceled my visit, because I mentioned the crimes of its people. I am honored,” Bennett said.
I want to explain what it’s like to be a Palestinian whose life is ruled by a government I don’t vote for that includes Naftali Bennett.
A Forward investigation suggests that Twitter bots may be amplifying the message of some top actors in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The since-trashed plan overlooked generations of fear and annihilation at the hands of bad governments. That should be terrifying to Jewish students.