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March 1, 2015 / 10 Adar , 5775
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A Man, Alone With History

Netanyahu in Independence Hall

Photo Credit: Avigail Uzi/POOL/FLASH90

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sits alone, during a visit in the “Independence Hall”, in Tel Aviv.

Independence Hall, originally the Dizengoff House, is the site of the signing of Israel’s Declaration of Independence.

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13 Responses to “A Man, Alone With History”

  1. Israel & this man have been through hell…help him G-d please, please help Israel

  2. wow hang in there BiBi GOD IS WITH YOU YOU ARE NOT ALONE

  3. Ur not alone America is behind u.

  4. Ur not alone America is behind u.

  5. Why he is alone? where is the others? anyway he still cute even he's alone there,,,God bless the PM BiBi Netanyahu and all the people of Israel and the land of God.

  6. He is not alone

  7. He will never be alone,

  8. He will never be alone,

  9. Isaac Taposh says:

    I love him, Jew stand by him, Please. This is the last one from GD.

  10. Lize Bartsch says:

    Looking at him I feel a bit sad, this picture is symbolic because often he must really feel alone, standing up against the billions of haters and the rest of the political world. He does not know how many of us pray for him and support him in our hearts and wish him well, that he would have the strength of his convictions not to cave in under all the pressure. Shalom and Gd bless you PM or Gd's people!!!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Alone…with Ha'Shem. Be a "David"

  12. Emily Winters says:

    Bibi, I'm right up there with you as many of us are.

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