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Liz Truss Could Be the Most pro-Israel British Prime Minister Ever

Boris Johnson’s successor has said she would consider recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and moving the British embassy there, but Truss probably won’t have much time for Israel in the near future

Anshel Pfeffer
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Few expected Liz Truss to be a leading candidate to become Britain’s next prime minister when she visited Israel in June 2021, on her first and only visit to the country.

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