PM Netanyahu touts Israeli inventions at AIPAC

May 24, 2011 05:47


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Speaking at the annual AIPAC conference in Washington, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu touted Israeli achievements, including one recently given the spotlight on the hit show "Glee."

"We're developed mechanical means to make paraplegics walk again," Netanyahu said, referring to an invention displayed by the character Artie Abrams on the wildly popular show. 

"And you've just heard of this miraculous bandage, developed by an Israeli company, that helped save Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords's life," Netanyahu continued, adding that he wishes the congressman a refua shlema, or speedy healing.

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