Bennett: 2 States 'Like Cutting a Crumb into Two'

Bayit Yehudi head explains to the world just how tiny Israel is compared to the Arab world.

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Gil Ronen,

Naftali Bennett
Naftali Bennett
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The chairman of Bayit Yehudi, Naftali Bennett, is increasingly proving to be a PR asset for Israel as he performs impressively on international media.

Bennett's latest appearance was on BBC's World News, where he was seated beside Tzipi Livni. In it, Bennett explained that "all of Israel is one three-hundredth of the size of the United States. All of the Land of Israel is a tiny tiny state, which is sort of a little island in an ocean of Islamic and Arab nations. So whoever talks about severing it is taking this little crumb and cutting it into two, which is unacceptable."