Netanyahu teases Hanukkah video: Sometimes it's worth the wait

"Sometimes it's worth it to wait," he wrote. "Wait for our Hanukkah video on Sunday night."

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 29, 2018 21:00
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a weekly cabinet meeting, November 18, 2018

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a weekly cabinet meeting, November 18, 2018. (photo credit: EMIL SALMAN/POOL)

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu teased his contribution to the annual tradition of holiday greetings, telling his Twitter followers "sometimes it's worth it to wait" in a post on Thursday night.

Netanyahu posted a photo on the social media platform of a video screen showing a recording of himself talking in a group.

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"Sometimes it's worth it to wait," he wrote. "Wait for our Hanukkah video on Sunday night."


Netanyahu often conveys political messages via videos he posts on Twitter, and Hanukkah videos have become an item for Jewish bands, as they use the the opportunity to cover popular songs.

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