Bennett is Not Soft
By Micah Halpern
Wednesday June 22, 2021
For anyone worried that Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett went soft by joining the coalition that made him prime minister – you can put that worry aside.
In addition to bombing Gaza after Hamas sent balloons which caused wildfires and tremendous destruction within Israel, the new prime minister also gave the order for the recent attack by the Mossad on Iran’s centrifuge factories.
Of course, Israel has neither confirmed nor denied the Iranian attack.
Bennett also approved new settlement construction in Elkana, Mishor Adumim, and Yitzar. The new construction in these Jewish settlements on the West Bank is the first such move okayed by the government of the new prime minister.
The subcommittee on settlement in the Civil Administration actually made the decision to build and sent it on to the prime minister for approval. The committee, which normally convenes every three months, had not met since January.
Prime Minister Bennett has been kept very busy his first days in office.
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