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Submitted by David Ryan (United States), Dec 30, 2020 at 03:49

Netanyahu's accomplishments have grown even in the past year despite legal battles and pandemic. The alternatives are dwarfs, socialists and back-stabbers. It looks a lot like the 2020 US election. If Netanyahu is voted out, the people will get what they deserve for such ingratitude. I see no reason to hasten that.

As I recall, General Moshe Dayan had some issues with antiquities. The state got it all back after his death. So should it be with Bibi.

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