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The ‘Bibi generation’ is turning on Netanyahu

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The ‘Bibi generation’ is turning on Netanyahu

The ‘Bibi generation’ is turning on Netanyahu

Many young Israelis scarcely remember a leader other than Benjamin Netanyahu.

But he now faces nationwide protests, as economic turmoil and coronavirus infections continue to grow.

Megan Revell reports.


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