The prime minister, the sheikh, and the messiah(s)

Efrat, Yacov Ben
October 2015
Challenge (07924143);10/20/2015, p1
The article focuses on the political role of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Education Minister Naphtali Bennett in the creation of an Arab-Jewish democratic front aimed to promote peace talks in the continuing war between Palestine and Israel.


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