Bannon, who described the website he edits as 'the platform for the alt-right,' was called 'a great friend of Israel and Jews' by Israel's ambassador Dermer, according to the leader of a right-wing Jewish group
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'While is Israel is celebrating 70 years, the Cinematheque State is trying to remember and sanctify the Nakba. Not on my watch,' Miri Regev says
The prime minister made the comments hours before he is expected to leave Saudi Arabia, where he delivered his surprise resignation, for France
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Move dashes Israel's northern city’s minor emergence as international destination
But the 4.1-percent annualized growth rate was led by consumer spending, which economists say isn't sustainable