Netanyahu will look to tempt Bennett to join his coalition
For the first time since the January 22 elections, Israel's Prime Minister
Benjamin Netanyahu is set to meet with Bayit Yehudi leader
Naftali Bennett to discuss the possibility of forming a coalition government.
Netanyahu, who has said he wants a wide national unity coalition, met with Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid on February 7. Lapid is reported to have supported forming a coalition with Bennett in an attempt to block religious parties from joining the government.