Gallery: Knesset exhibits photos of prime ministers in private moments

Take a peek at the photos, now on exhibit at the Knesset in Jerusalem, of Israel's current and past prime ministers in informal moments.

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March 17, 2014 17:09
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Knesset exhibit: Ehud Olmert running, 2006. (photo credit: KNESSET)

 
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When Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is in the Knesset, he might find a reason to smile when he spots a photo exhibition right outside his office that features three pictures of him with his wife and two sons.

“Prime Ministers in Slippers,” an exhibition of prime ministers caught on camera at informal moments, is being displayed on the ministers’ floor of the Knesset.



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