It’s been common knowledge for months that Benny Gantz, the former IDF chief of staff, wants to get into politics. With Knesset elections slated for April 9, he now has his chance. Even though no one knows his positions on the burning issues or the makeup of his party list, he’s already considered a star in the campaign. The polls give his new party, Hosen L’Yisrael (“Resilience for Israel”) between 12 and 15 seats — the second or third largest in the Knesset, after the Likud.