WATCH: 'Handyman' Netanyahu helps Israel ring in Independence Day celebrations

The premier is willing to roll up his sleeves and pitch in with real handiwork and craftsmanship.

May 2, 2014 16:10
Binyamin Netanyahu

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in a YouTube clip in anticipation of Independence Day.. (photo credit: YOUTUBE SCREENSHOT)


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu isn’t just planning to make do with speeches and ceremonies this coming Independence Day.

No, sir, the premier is willing to roll up his sleeves and pitch in with real handiwork and craftsmanship, as exhibited by this video issued by the Prime Minister’s Office.

Here, Netanyahu shows off his carpentry skills as he helps the country prepare for what promises to be a raucous Independence Day celebration this week.

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