Likud Beytenu honors Netanyahu on 64th birthday

October 21, 2013 16:46


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The Likud Beytenu faction presented Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu with three cakes Monday, in honor of his 64th birthday.

When Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein said that he could not find a quote in the Mishna for a 64th birthday, Netanyahu joked "ask Rabbi McCartney," a reference to the Beatles song "When I'm 64."

Netanyahu also quipped that when people wish him "until 120," he wishes that would be the number of seats Likud gets in the Knesset.

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