The Party Faithful

David Remnick of The New Yorker chronicles the rise of Naftali Bennett, a conservative Israeli politician. Bennett represents a growing trend of young, conservative Jews in a country that is shifting increasingly to the right. Remnick writes, “To Bennett, there is nothing complex about the question of occupation. There is no occupation. ‘The land is ours’: that is pretty much the end of the debate.”

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