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Netanyahu’s Gains Were Israel’s Losses

The outgoing prime minister entered politics with four main goals. He achieved them, but to what end?

Aluf Benn
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Benjamin Netanyahu excelled in two qualities: quick perception and focus on the goal. He didn’t offer a unified, sweeping vision or world-embracing ideas that would remain in the public awareness after his departure. Netanyahu was and is a task-oriented person who chooses what to deal with and neglects the rest, as was demonstrated just last year in the coronavirus crisis and the import of vaccines.

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