Bennett:Not disappointed, proud of national-religious public for standing up to political challenge

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March 17, 2015 22:59

 
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Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett spoke at his party's HQ Tuesday following the release of the first exit polls that left his party with an estimated 8-9 seats in the upcoming election.

Bennett said that he is not disappointed in the election turnout, but, on the contrary, stands "proud of the national-religious public for being pioneers and standing up to a political challenge."

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