Netanyahu's brother-in-law slams PM, prays Bennett will be next defense minister

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 16, 2018 09:10
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Netanyahu's brother-in-law, Dr. Hagi Ben-Artzi said that he is praying that Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett will receive the defense minister portfolio on Army Radio on Sunday.

"I pray that the moment will come when Naftali Bennett will be defense minister," Ben-Artzi said in regard to Netanyahu's decision to release terrorists.

"Netanyahu has been prime minister for 10 years, and unfortunately he acted in a way that contradicts his ideology, and tears my heart out," Ben-Artzi  continued.

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