With critique and concern, Israelis abroad follow elections
From Boston to Los Angeles to Toronto, Israelis in North America are watching for the winners and losers in Tuesday's ballot.
BOSTON – At 9 A.M. every weekday morning Michael Bar-Sinai, a software engineer who spent most of his life on a kibbutz in southern Israel, sits down at his desk in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The first thing he does is check the news from home, including the latest on the election.
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