Bennett to undergo surgery for herniated disk

Yamina chair tells supporters he is expected to have surgery tomorrow to treat herniated disk from which he has suffered since IDF service.

Hezki Baruch ,

Naftali Bennett
Naftali Bennett
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Yamina chairman Naftali Bennett released a video this morning, Sunday, in which he thanked all those interested in his well-being in recent days.

In the last two weeks, Bennett has been hospitalized twice due to a herniated disk problem, and was forced to stop his "livelihood campaign" which he conducted around the country.

In a video, Bennett updated, among other things, that he is expected to undergo surgery tomorrow, according to the doctors' recommendation, to treat a herniated disk problem from which he suffers.

"The doctors recommended me this surgery to treat a problem I've been suffering from for thirty years, apparently since the days when I carried a little too much weight in special forces," Bennett said.

"I will return in the near future with all my strength to help you, the citizens of Israel, to overcome the corona crisis. With G-d's help, together we will win," he added.