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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL – Israelis this week have been celebrating the 76th anniversary of the Jewish state’s modern rebirth in May 1948.

We are also grieving the death and the wounding of so many of our fellow citizens this year, as well as the 253 who were taken captive by Hamas.

What does it all mean?

Where is this all going?

To better understand Israel’s past, present, and future, I reached out to former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett to get his views.


After all, Bennett is one of the most compelling – and controversial – leaders in Israel today.

He made history in June 2021 by becoming the country’s first Orthodox Jewish, kippah-wearing, kosher-keeping, religious prime minister.

Since the founding of the state in 1948, not a single other premier has been religious and openly so. More Here

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