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    • ron
    • 23.01.13 | 16:18 (IST)

    Many Israelis do not seem to understand that Netanyahu has a very poor reputation all over the globe. He is dragging Israel into the mire of distrust and pariah status. Israel deserves better and has just reminded us that at least half the population have realized that Netanyahu is tainted.

    from the article: Who will be Israel's next prime minister?
    First published 16:03 23.01.13 | Last updated 13:44 23.01.13
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