Polls suggest Bennetto’s party in Yamina should stay true – Let’s See Todays News Updates

Israeli politicians do politics on this Hanukkah holiday and hold many events during the holiday.

Two weeks ago, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett presented an 80-page detailed analysis of the party’s potential voter base, according to Yamina’s U.S. pollster George Birnbaum.
Among the conclusions was that the party should not turn to the Center, as Yamina’s base is still on the right wing.
Bennett has spent very little time in domestic politics since becoming prime minister. The approval of the state budget has made it difficult for the government to resign, forcing it to return to politics.
The New Hope parties, led by Yamina and Justice Minister Gideon Saar, will hold political events during Hanukkah and make efforts to support and prove their resilience when the polls are small.
During Hanukkah, events will be held in collaboration with Yamina leaders and activists in Jerusalem and Ashdod. The Ashdod event is for Russian-speaking people.

Next Sunday, Saar and other top party figures will address a conference in New Hope, Modi, and all party members will be invited.


Opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu will hold a candle-lighting ceremony with MCs across the country on Thursday in the West Wall during a celebration led by opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu. Likud Hanukkah will be held in Tel Aviv, Beersheba, Kiryat Malahi, Ashkelon, Ashdod, Rishon Lezion, Acre, Givat Shmuel, Netanya, Petah Tikwa and Kfar Saba.
Zionist party leader Bezalel Smotrich will turn on the lights in the Old City of Jerusalem, the city center and Gush Ezion on Monday.
Labor party ministers and members of parliament will also host Hanukkah events, including Gilad Kariv at the Beit Daniel Reform Synagogue in Tel Aviv on Wednesday and Nachman Shai in Jerusalem on Wednesday. On Tuesday night, MK Naama Lazimi will host a beer event for young labor activists in Jerusalem.
Before the holiday, politicians drafted the Hanukkah term to attack their political rivals.
Likud MK Miri Regev called Yamina’s ministers Aelet Shaked and Matan Kahana “Hellenes in the army of Antioch.”
Yamina MC Amichai Chikli called the left-wing protesters in Hebron Hellenists.
Shas MK Moshe Abutbul said the current government “missed the days of Antioch.”

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