Play 'Bibi Bingo' during Netanyahu's UNGA speech

Use these Bingo cards to follow and play along when Netanyahu addresses the UN.

September 27, 2018 14:49
Bibi at UN, Israel light to the nations

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaking at the UN. (photo credit: AVI OHAYON - GPO)


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There are some things Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is almost certain to mention when he takes the stage at the UN General Assembly.

There's the Iranian nuclear threat. Hamas in Gaza. Israeli innovation. The US Embassy in Jerusalem - and more.

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The recurring themes appearing in Netanyahu's speeches could make for a game.

We've prepared three Bingo cards for anyone watching the speech. Print them out, share with your friends, and tweet at @Jerusalem_Post when you get Bingo!

Bibi Bingo 1

Bibi Bingo 2

Bibi Bingo 3

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