Test Yourself: Did Israel's Top Diplomat Really Say This?

Israel's top diplomat has come under fire for controversial remarks she made – but this wasn't the first time. See if you can spot some of her eyebrow-raising comments

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File photo: Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely speaking at a press conference in Jerusalem.
File photo: Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely speaking at a press conference in Jerusalem. Credit: MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP
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Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely, Israel's top diplomat, is known for controversial public comments as she is for her diplomatic activity on behalf of the Jewish state.

Hotovely has just returned from a tour of U.S. colleges in which she attempted to provide American Jewish and pro-Israel students with tools to face anti-Israeli propaganda.

In a television interview with i24 News on Wednesday, the deputy minister seemed to be further fueling an escalating drift between Israel and the Diaspora when she made some harsh statements against U.S. Jews.

Take this Haaretz quiz below to find out how familiar you are with Hotovely's rhetoric. True or false: Did the deputy foreign minister make these statements or did she not?

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