The naked truth

As elections approach, anything can happen.

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November 29, 2017 17:56
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City councilman Arieh King has managed to raise the interest of non-political personalities in his i

City councilman Arieh King has managed to raise the interest of non-political personalities in his initiative via social media, particularly his Facebook page (pictured). (photo credit: FACEBOOK SCREENSHOT)

 
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