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Shmuel Ben-Artzi, father of Sara Netanyahu, died this morning at 97. Netanyahu’s father, Benzion, is 101. Bibi and Sara’s children, Yair and Avner, will die at the approximate ages of 117 and 112.
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Pretty sure that Shmuel is Sara’s father…
typo, my bad
Shouldn’t put pictures of his kids up. They are serious targets
in very poor taste; not funny.
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Yair and Avner are pretty lucky. But 117 years isn’t forever.
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