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BONUS INTERVIEW | Israeli Rabbi Shares What America Can Learn From Israel on Socialism, Terrorism

Rabbi Tuly Weisz, an Orthodox Jewish rabbi who left Ohio for Israel in 2011 and who founded Israel365, tells The Daily Signal what America should learn from the Jewish State when it comes to socialism and confronting the radical Left.


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