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Netanyahu Welcomes Israeli Students Back to School

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Roughly 2,200,000 Israeli children started back to school this morning, marking the unofficial end of summer. A group of first graders in Ashdod were welcomed to their first day of school by a surprise guest: Prime Minister Netanyahu. He told the students he hopes they will study hard and be proud of the state of Israel. Let’s pray that these children learn a lot and stay safe this school year!


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