Amanpour also addressed the recent wave of attacks by Arab Muslim terrorists in Israeli cities, which claimed the lives of 14 people, and the resulting arrests in the West Bank.
Myrna Bennett was the deputy director general of the 's northern region.
Following the war, the rest of the family returned to Israel at his request as he was held in reserve duty for months after the war.
In 1999, he co-founded Cyota, an anti-fraud software company that was sold in 2005 to U.
In November 2019, Bennett rejoined Netanyahu's government as.
He talked about fighting and combatting political polarization.