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The Man Who Ended the Netanyahu Era – and It's Not Naftali Bennett

Avigdor Lieberman has long been misjudged by both the left and the right in Israel. But without him, Benjamin Netanyahu wouldn’t be packing his bags to leave the prime minister’s residence

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There is one man who forged this unnaturally heterogeneic coalition and “team of rivals” government set to be sworn in on Sunday. Benjamin Netanyahu.

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