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Why Was Netanyahu So Quick to Close Israel's Airport?

Meirav Arlosoroff
Meirav Arlosoroff
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Last Wednesday, January 20, Israel’s cabinet voted to require everyone entering Israel to show a negative coronavirus test. The decision came after months of discussions, after most advanced nations already started making a negative test a condition for entry, and after MK Naftali Bennett – who called for mandatory testing back during the first lockdown – assailed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over “the failure over the airport loophole.” Netanyahu opponent Gideon Sa’ar joined Bennett’s onslaught last week.

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