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Benjamin Netanyahu and his right-wing rival Avigdor Lieberman are both chasing the Russian vote in September’s election, but young members of the community seem unimpressed by their efforts.
Israel treads carefully in its relations with Russia, which has mostly turned a blind eye to Israeli air strikes against Iranian-linked targets in Syria.
The new composition of Knesset will vote for the document after elections scheduled on September 17
Meanwhile, number of Jews moving to Israel from U.S. and France continues to slide, Jewish Agency figures show
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Israel’s top bloggers—many, natives of the former USSR—on the evening of 30 July 2019 in the informal setting of the Yudale Bar in Rishon Le-Zion.
Targeting Israeli-Russian voters, Likud hangs massive picture of PM alongside Russian president, with the slogan ‘Netanyahu: In a league of his own’
How? Why does it need it?
The passengers referred to a deteriorating economic situation and a prevalence of anti-Semitism as two factors motivating them to move.
Linas Linkevicius addresses his country’s efforts to ‘come clean’ about Holocaust complicity, and why Vilnius won’t recognize Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.
The Russian is using the progress made by Israel for its own drone production.
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