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Netanyahu ignored Bennett in his speech, part of the audience exclaimed: "There is a prime minister here" | Israel today


The opposition chairman and former prime minister did not mention in his speech the current prime minister at the farewell ceremony for outgoing GSS chief Nadav Argaman • Some of the crowd did not like it and started shouting at Netanyahu • The president was also present at the event

Incident in the farewell ceremony for the head of the GSS:

Opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu this evening (Thursday) ignored Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, who also attended an event that honored Nadav Argaman.

Former Prime Minister Netanyahu did not mention the current prime minister in his speech, and there was resentment in the audience as some people began to shout "there is a prime minister in the hall."

Outgoing GSS chief Nadav Argaman, Photo: Oren Ben Hakon

The event was attended by many of Israel's top political and security leaders, including President Yitzhak (Buzi) Herzog. 

Netanyahu and Bennett clashed on the Knesset podium earlier this week.

The opposition chairman claimed that Bennett was like "a child sitting on a chair and imagining he is a pilot." The prime minister, for his part, attacked the opposition, calling them "self-conscious."

Source: israelhayom

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