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Netanyahu’s political survival is his top priority

15 April 2024

4:05 AM

15 April 2024

4:05 AM

On Sunday morning, Israelis – those who hadn’t already spent part of the night in bomb shelters or safe rooms, unable to sleep – woke up to the good news that nearly all of the approximately 300 missiles and drones fired from Iran hours earlier had been destroyed before crossing into Israeli airspace.

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