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HS Classmates Send Yearbook to PM Netanyahu

[caption id="attachment_8708" align="aligncenter" width="600"](Photo: wikicommons/GPO) (Photo: wikicommons/GPO)[/caption] Like so many Israelis, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu grew up early, joining the IDF to protect the Holy Land. However, at the time Netanyahu enlisted, he was a high school student in the United States. Recently, four former classmates of the prime minister sent him the yearbook he missed when he joined the Israeli military:
The Philadelphia Daily News reported classmates from Cheltenham High School’s Class of 1973 sent Netanyahu his 1967 yearbook. Netanyahu left school around the time of the Six Day War in June 1967 and joined the Israel Defense Forces, causing him to miss out on graduation and his yearbook...

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