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Grapevine: Rabbinical conversation

It’s impossible to tell how much business was lost and how many people were discomfited because of the marathon.

j'lem marathon, at jaffa gate
Photo by: Marc Israel Sellem/The Jerusalem Post
join Shula Zaken in celebrating the circumcision of her grandson Lior, the son of Natalie and Roi Zaken, were former finance minister Avraham Hirschson, MK Tzachi Hanegbi and former MK Esterina Tartman, who can all empathize with Zaken’s courtroom plight.

Hirschson was convicted of stealing close to NIS 2 million from the Histadrut labor federation while serving as its chairman. He was sentenced to over five years in prison plus a hefty fine, and was released after more than three years.

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