Shortly after Prime Minister fired him from his post as education minister and diaspora affairs, Naftali Bennett announced that he would run again in the September election with his New Right party, which he co-founded with Ayelet Shaked, who was also simultaneously let go from her post as justice minister.

Although Shaked had announced her hiatus from politics after the New Right failed to meet the minimum threshold to enter Israel’s parliament, she and Bennett were reportedly set to meet later Sunday evening.

In a notably conciliatory tone, Bennett promised to help transition whoever would be appointed the new education minister.... Read More: MATZAV