Sa'ar: Govt must be replaced; Bennett: Israel "on edge of anarchy"
The campaign is funded by Australian mining magnate Rabbi Joseph Gutnick, whose "Netanyahu is good for the Jews" campaign helped him win the 1996 election.
Netanyahu has offered a rotation as prime minister to Knesset Speaker Yariv Levin (Likud), Shas leader Arye Deri and Blue and White chairman Benny Gantz, but none of the offers were taken seriously.
"I remember well that you pledged to prevent having to hold a fifth election, whatever the cost. This is the only promise that you cannot keep."
Both MK Gideon Sa'ar who heads New Hope and MK Bezalel Smotrich who heads RZP are under pressure to join a Netanyahu led coalition or risk imperiling a right-wing government.
There were two messages from the wink: That the effort to end Netanyahu's career has many co-conspirators and that Netanyahu can no longer afford to waste any time.
Smotrich posted video comparing Monsour Abbas to PLO leader Yasser Arafat.
In Sa-Nur, Smotrich clarified that the only option was a government with Likud, Shas, UTJ, Yamina and New Hope. Then, he would demand the settlement be rebuilt.
Netanyahu invited Bennett to Balfour in ‘charm offensive’ for the first time since the Yamina leader entered politics in 2012.