Netanyahu pans Bennett: 'IDF soldiers are not afraid of anything'

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 19, 2018 15:31
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that IDF soldiers are not afraid of anything in response to Naftali Bennett's statement from early Monday morning at a press conference.

"IDF soldiers are not afraid of anything," Netanyahu tweeted on Monday.

This was a response to Bennett's earlier statement, when he said, "Our soldiers are more afraid of the military advocate general than they are of Yahya Sinwar," the current leader of Hamas.



Bennett was widely criticized for his comment.


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