Naftali Bennett to Bayit Yehudi: “I don’t want to come back”

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June 12, 2019 12:03
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New Right chairman Naftali Bennett said on Wednesday that he had no intention to go back to Bayit Yehudi. 


“I do not want to come back to you and I do not regret establishing the New Right. In fact, I do not want anything from you,” Bennett wrote on Facebook on Wednesday, addressing senior Bayit Yehudi MK Moti Yogev.
Earlier in the day Yogev called Bennett a traitor in a radio interview and added that they would not be willing to take him back

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