Bennett urges restraint after attack on Rabbi Stav

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN,
June 17, 2013 14:47

 
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Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett on Monday urged restraint from religious Zionist rabbis following an attack on Rabbi David Stav, the party's candidate for Chief Rabbinate.

"Red lines were crossed," Bennett said of the attack at the weekly faction meeting, and called on the haredi leadership to stop the unbridled attack on religious Zionist leaders.

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