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Netanyahu’s oratory tactics apparently didn’t win him any points among women or ‘Persian bazaar’ patrons.
Listen to JTA’s Washington bureau chief talk about the fallout from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech in Congress Tuesday.
The 13th-century Trani synagogue, which was returned to the Jewish community in 2006 after being used as a church, has undergone a half-year of renovations.
The prime minister’s controversial speech to a joint session of Congress highlighted partisan divisions, and the fundamental rift on Iran between the Obama and Netanyahu governments.
Isaac Herzog, Netanyahu’s political rival, also said the address “will only widen the rift with our biggest friend and strategic ally.”