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Terror attacks in Israel turn settlers against Bennett

Disillusioned by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, the leaders of the settlers are now campaigning against what they perceive as an unprecedented freeze of settlement construction in the West Bank.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett (R) and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

Yesterday was one of the stormiest days in the relationship between Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and the settlers.

On March 26, the Yesha Council (the settlers' umbrella organization) announced its decision to start a campaign to topple the government because of what they described as an unprecedented policy of freezing settlement construction in the West Bank.

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