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While "the US President is a great friend of Israel," Shaked said, "this step does not help Israel and strengthens Erdogan, who is an antisemite."
Left-wing politicians hold that the bill is part of a right-wing push toward creeping annexation.
An inside look at how their party differs from ‘centrist’ Likud, ‘sectoral’ Bayit Yehudi.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Bayit Yehudi members of the Knesset approached Netanyahu earlier in the week, asking him to remove Bennett and Shaked from their posts.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Caroline Glick was born in the US, and was an IDF officer who worked on the Oslo negotiations team and a deputy foreign policy adviser to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Glick has been a columnist for 'The Jerusalem Post' since 2002, and in recent years began writing for Maariv and American far-right website Breitbart.
Bennett and Shaked responded to the attack on their Twitter account, writing, "Miri Regev's attack on Hayemin Hahadash is hypocritical."
By SARA RUBENSTEIN
Netanyahu also accused Bennett of Shaked, the former leaders of the most right-wing party in the Knesset, of being left-wing.
“Bennett and Shaked are destroying right-wing parties, which won’t pass the electoral threshold,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told senior Likud officials.
Hayemin Hehadash expected to finish in double-figures.
By GIL HOFFMAN
“Bennett and Shaked have established a general, not a religious party,” Rabbi Haim Druckman told 'The Jerusalem Post.'
By JEREMY SHARON
The trio made up more than a third of the eight-seat faction, allowing them to take government funding for the next election with them.
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