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Someone, Please Make Bibi Watch this Video

A remarkable video from 1978 showing 28-year-old Netanyahu.
netanyahu at 28

How can a man be so wise at 28 and so stupid at 63? Bibi Netanyahu at 28… He says, at one point, that he is 28 years old and has fought in 2 wars…. More than 30 years later, my son is 26 years old and has fought in one war, and was called up in preparation for another…

In this remarkable video from 1978, 28 year old MIT graduate “Ben Nitai” aka Benjamin Netanyahu debates whether there should be a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza.

He is very emphatic that there shouldn’t be.


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6 Responses to “Someone, Please Make Bibi Watch this Video”

  1. Great speech and great answers. Why has Bibi changed?

  2. Give the Palestineans a state and they’ll just use it as a firebase to attack Israel. Haven’t we seen enough of that already?

  3. Tim Upham says:

    Will Benyamin Netanyahu ever change?

  4. Mr. Natai spoke well at 28 years old. The facts are there, regardless of how much Israel's advrsaries try to twist the truth.

  5. So is he advocating a one-state solution with full rights including citizenship for Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza?

  6. Gary John-Quincy Adams says:

    Please start a new discussion about the one GOD

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