I am worried about the Palestinians more than ever now.
According to observers, Bennett is a devout Zionist who can not hide his racist, fascist, and ultra-radical views.
“I have slain countless Arabs on my own throughout my life, and I have no problem continuing to slaughter them,” he famously stated.
He revolutionized Israeli politics when he was in command of the “Jewish House,” an extreme right-wing organization, in 2012.
He succeeded in getting into the Knesset [Israel’s parliament] after making an inflammatory and hateful speech about the Palestinian crisis.
Bennett made virulent anti-Palestinian remarks in 2013, claiming that “Palestinian terrorists” should be killed rather than released.
He went on to say that the West Bank is not occupied since there has never been a Palestinian state there and that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is unsolvable.
He is a staunch opponent of establishing a Palestinian state.
“I will do all I can to ensure that Palestinians never have a state of their own,” Naftali Bennett said in 2012.
Bennett is considered an extreme Jew, despite the fact that he disregards Jewish religious laws, especially when it comes to controversial subjects such as the LGBT community in Israel.
Bennett also advocated for a “Cold War” between Israel and Iran, claiming that Tehran was responsible for “70 percent of Israel’s security concerns.”
In reaction to the assassination of the renowned Iranian scientist, Martyr Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Bennett claimed that he did not know who was responsible, but that “the world is a safer place without him [Martyr Fakhrizadeh].”
During his campaign a few months ago, he vowed to expel Iranian forces from Syria within a year and turn Syria into a “Vietnam” for Tehran.
In conclusion, one can only say that despite Bennett’s psychological unpredictability and unstable nature, he may be expected to have an ignominious fate similar to that of Benjamin Netanyahu.