January 6, 2013

Why Naftali Bennett Scares the Pundits

Moshe Dann, Jerusalem Post

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Bennett is different. He doesn’t play by the rules that have characterized the ruthless political game. Regardless of the party, with only some variance of dress codes and colorful attachments, twittering and texting, the candidates are all the same.

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