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    • 27.01.13 | 11:52 (IST)

    Actually many Israelis return to Israel. I personally know several who "swore" when I was friends with them in the US that they were temporarily in the States. Within 5 - 10 years they all did in fact return. The official govt stats bear this out - there is a wave of returning residents. So your comments about the secular are wrong. And besides, who cares about his passport -he can visit via a visa

    from the article: Yesh Atid's Dov Lipman to relinquish U.S. citizenship to serve in Knesset
    First published 16:29 23.01.13 | Last updated 16:29 23.01.13
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