‘I Wouldn’t Mind if the West Gets Its Butt Kicked’: The Israelis Siding With Putin

Like their counterparts in the United States, some prominent right-wingers are questioning what the ‘right side of history’ is in relation to the Russian invasion of Ukraine

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Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began last week, most Israeli leaders across the political spectrum have either expressed full support for Ukrainians or cautiously supported a neutral approach for strategic reasons, fearful of harming the country’s interests in Russia-controlled Syria.

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