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Yair Lapid Is Betting the Israeli Election on One Big Idea

The Israeli prime minister believes that more than anything else, Israelis want normal, quiet and responsible leadership. Accusations that he's not campaigning aggressively enough don’t match reality

Anshel Pfeffer
Anshel Pfeffer
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Anshel Pfeffer
Anshel Pfeffer

Political insiders and pundits have been criticizing Yair Lapid in recent days for sticking to his day job as prime minister, traveling last week to Berlin and this week to the United Nations General Assembly, instead of focusing on the upcoming election.

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