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Jared Kushner’s Sham Marriage of Israeli Tech and Saudi Money

The new fund launched by Kushner slates some of its mostly Saudi money to invest in Israel. But it looks more like a friends-of-Jared fund than the real thing.

David Rosenberg
David Rosenberg
David Rosenberg
David Rosenberg

If Jared Kushner is to be believed, his mission of bringing Israel and the Arab world together by circumventing politics and religion and focusing on business is entering a new phase.

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