Netanyahu visits Bnei Brak in bid to boost ultra-Orthodox voter turnout

Opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu visits the ultra-Orthodox city of Bnei Brak in a bid to boost Haredi turnout in Tuesday’s elections, with final election polls showing his right-religious bloc on the cusp of a majority.

“According to our data, there is a Haredi seat that is sitting at home and not going out to vote,” Netanyahu says.

“The left is counting on the Haredi community not coming in masses to vote.”

Netanyahu addresses the crowd from the bulletproof “Bibibus,” which he has been campaigning in ahead of the November 1 vote.

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