Quotes by: Naftali Bennett
Haredi youth are smart, and they are going to bring a big benefit to the high-tech industry.
Jews have been living in Jerusalem way before British people were living in London.
I don't see any difference between Judea and Samaria and the rest of the country.
We must continue building in all corners of the Land of Israel, with determination and without being confused.
I'll remind you that the West signed a deal with North Korea, said it would make the world a safer place, and, of course, all the words evaporated, and North Korea acquired nuclear weapons.
I am proud of religious Zionism. I am proud of the members of religious Zionism because it is a true ideological public.
Things are expensive, very expensive in Israel for many reasons. One of the reasons is our ports. It's a monopoly. They run very poorly. And we have ships that are stuck in the ocean for three or four days or a week, and all that cost is transferred to the products and the consumer.
What I'm working is for peace on ground between Israelis and Palestinians through business, through economy, through quality of life.
I very much admire Uri Ariel. I think he's a man of principles, and effective, and I love him.
Israel is not the safest place in the world for Jews. Melbourne in Australia is better. Teaneck, New Jersey, is safer.
The Land of Israel goes with the Torah of Israel under the sovereignty of the State of Israel.
Historically, the National Religious Party, which my party - Jewish Home - is built upon, has aligned itself in consecutive Israeli governments with the ultra-Orthodox factions.
The biggest danger for any organism is to not identify that it's being threatened. I want to hope that people realize that the source of danger and risk in the Middle East is not the Israeli-Palestinian conflict but the deep radical Islamic vision of forming a global caliphate.
As soldiers in Israel's army, one of the most grueling training regimens we had to endure was a long march while carrying a comrade on a stretcher.
The prime minister is not a private individual, but the leader of the Jewish State and the Jewish world as a whole.