Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett on Tuesday vowed to make Israel a place in which "our soldiers don't have their hands tied," and "our enemies will know not to mess with Israel."
Bennett, whose party received 12 Knesset seats according to exit polls, vowed to lower the cost of living and housing.
Bennett failed to speak specifically about negotiations to form the next government coalition, but promised to make the country a "home for all of the Israeli people."
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