Bennett: We will continue to fight whether in or out of government

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May 29, 2016 13:11

 
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In a visit to the Himmmel Farb school in Jerusalem, Education Minister Naftali Bennett said: "We are not asking for money or political patronage positions - we are asking to keep people safe." 

"The peoples safety is more important than portfolios in the government. i will continue to fight and defend the citizens and soldiers of the IDF and the residents of the Gaza periphery wherever i will be, in the cabinet or out of it."

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