Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is urging Otzma Yehudit leader Itamar Ben-Gvir to drop out of the race and not risk wasting right-wing votes in the March election because his chances of crossing the threshold into the Knesset are small.

Sources close to the prime minister said the last-minute blocking of Ben-Gvir from Yamina, the unified right of Likud, religious party - was a result of the stubbornness of Defense Minister Naftali Bennett who refused to allow Ben-Gvir in.

Eve Harrow is a podcaster and veteran activist right-wing activist from the settlement of Efrat. KAN's Mark Weiss asked her for her take on the comings and goings in the right-religious camp.