Bennett tells police he will fight for them in the security cabinet

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
October 5, 2015 21:34

 
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Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett spent the Simchat Torah holiday in the Old City of Jerusalem. He danced with Torah scrolls at the site of Saturday night's terrorist attack in which Palestinian murderers killed two Jewish men and at the yeshiva of one of the victims.

The Bayit Yehudi leader spoke to dozens of policemen and soldiers on patrol in the Old City, strengthened them, and promised to bring their voice to the security cabinet Monday night.

"I learned a lot from seeing first-hand what the police and security forces are dealing with," Bennett said. "I saw the tools they have to deal with the situation, and I will provide my opinion of this in the appropriate forums."

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