Grapevine: Considerable curiosity

June 29, 2017 18:48
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Benjamin Netanyahu

PM Benjamin Netanyahu. (photo credit: REUTERS)


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What was Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu doing in the Ezrat Torah neighborhood last week? He and several other ministers, including Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman, Education Minister Naftali Bennett and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon, had been invited to the apartment of Health Minister Ya’acov Litzman – not for the purpose of engaging in a private think tank on how to solve the problems of the Hadassah University Medical Center but for a sheva brachot in celebration of the wedding of Litzman’s grandson. It wasn’t just a matter of chit-chat and the consumption of food and alcoholic beverages.

There was also entertainment provided by singers Hona Deitch, Srulik Klachkin and singer-guitarist Pini Einhorn. The prime minister’s wife, Sara, was in an adjoining room with the women.


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