There was a new PM of Israel sworn in recently, and one of the most internationally important issues regarding Israel is them & Palestine. Has Bennett said his stance on Palestine?
Quoting the sub-heading from a Jerusalem Post article:
Bennett throughout his political career has been clear that he believes that all of Area C, where all the Israeli settlements are located should be part of sovereign Israel.
This is even "stronger" than Bennett being against granting the Palestinians a state in the future as it is taking away some of what they do have right now, some semblance of autonomy in the West Bank. So, what Jacob3 said - he is against a 2 state solution - but even more so and, in essence, partial annexation.
Now, for a bit of Israel-specific context: you have to separate Bennett's views, as the leader of a political party, from what the actions and intentions of the newly-elected government might be.
To keep in power, an Israeli government usually has to navigate between competing priorities and wishes of Knesset members, something Netanyahu was a master at. It does not always align exactly with the positions of its Prime Minister.
Most notably, the coalition to oust Netanyahu included a party representing Israeli Arabs (who normally sit out coalitions, I believe). With 4 members, they could easily derail the new government.
This is more a coalition to boot Netanyahu than anything else and inferring how it will engage with the Palestinians is probably above most people's pay grade, especially during the early days, when Netanyahu will be their biggest problem.
In fact, the coalition apparently decided to momentarily put aside the Palestinian question, doing so was explicitly part of how it was put together:
It is expected to focus mostly on economic and social issues rather than risk exposing internal rifts by trying to address major diplomatic matters such as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
I found this quote on his Wikipedia page "I will do everything in my power to make sure they never get a state".