Brother Bennet - should no forget his ARRIVISTE status - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Albert Edelson
    • 13.02.13 | 13:26 (IST)

    An arriviste is a person who has recently attained a high position but not general acceptance or respect. Hopefully he will earn our respect. Bennet's parents are kvelling...that's marvellous, Perhaps we too will come to appreciate his appointment. His red necktie was a good, dignified choice.

    from the article: 'No place in Israel for Palestine,' says Naftali Bennett in maiden Knesset speech
    First published 03:48 13.02.13 | Last updated 03:48 13.02.13
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