And in so doing, we guaranteed the freedom of maneuver of the Israeli Air Force in the skies of Syria in order to prevent Iran entrenchment on our Northern border.
But above all, fixing the deal means getting rid of the sunset clause.
I think maybe a million.
What did we have then? This is happening because so many countries around the world have finally woken up to what Israel can do for them.
Now some of the far-right and ultra-Orthodox parties whom Netanyahu has had wrapped around his finger for years will have a difficult time rejecting Bennett, an Orthodox Jew with a yarmulke who could hardly be called a dove of any stripe.
Their partners range from a pair of dovish, left-wing parties that support broad concessions to the Palestinians to three hard-line parties that oppose Palestinian independence and support West Bank settlements.
The event had the feel of an early celebration party for a potential fight over control of the government.
Times of Israel staff contributed to this report.