Avi Gabbay, a Business Exec With Little Political Experience, Just Won Israel's Labor Party Primary and Hopes to Replace Netanyahu

Starting out in an immigrant transit camp and rising to the top of Israel's biggest telecommunications firm, Avi Gabbay just won the leadership of Israel's Labor Party

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Avi Gabbay poses for a photograph in Tel Aviv, July 6, 2017.
Avi Gabbay poses for a photograph in Tel Aviv, July 6, 2017.Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
Avi Gabbay (center) and others from his party make phone calls to convince those who are still undecided, July 6, 2017.Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
Avi Gabbay poses in front of a poster with the logo of the Labor Party, June 6, 2017.Credit: Tomer Appelbaum

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