PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu walks in front of a poster depicting the late prime minister Menachem Begin, upon his arrival at the Likud party’s headquarters in Tel Aviv in 2010.
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Sweating, excited and eager to be heard, café sitters and passersby in proletarian Beit Shemesh converged on the dusty sidewalk table where novelist Amos Oz was scribbling their damnations of the Labor establishment they had helped drive from power.“What did they bring my parents to Israel for?” asked one, referring to the country’s founding elite, and answered, “You didn’t have Arabs then, so you needed our parents to do your cleaning and be your servants and your laborers, and your policemen, too.
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