Bennett to Shas: Instead of attacking me, work with me

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February 7, 2013 19:52

 
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Following recent attacks he suffered from Shas, Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett urged the haredi party on Thursday to stop attacking him and instead work with him.

"I represent a very large public, both religious and not, and I cannot accept nor do I understand the meaning of these attacks," Bennett wrote on his Facebook page.He added that his party has been working "to find a way to integrate the haredim into the Israeli economy and into service to the State of Israel, without harming the world of Torah."



"I've been meeting with dozens of haredim... and I believe that if we remove the hateful conversation we could finally solve the problem," he stressed.

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