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Israel's New Friends in Right-Wing Places

Many are dismayed at the recent embrace of Israel by some unsavory national leaders; Zionism’s founding father would see it as a vindication of his vision.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orbán shake hands as they give a joint press conference at the parliament in Budapest, Hungary, on July 18, 2017. KAROLY ARVAI/AFP/Getty Images.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orbán shake hands as they give a joint press conference at the parliament in Budapest, Hungary, on July 18, 2017. KAROLY ARVAI/AFP/Getty Images.

Observation
Dec. 21 2017
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Harry Zieve Cohen is a writer living in Brooklyn, New York.


Many are dismayed at the recent embrace of Israel by some unsavory national leaders; Zionism’s founding father would see it as a vindication of his vision.

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