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Risky Move: #AskNetanyahu Quickly Backfires on Israeli PM

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Netanyahu’s Twitter Nakba

RT

In what could at best be described as a risky PR move, and at worst just asking for trouble, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu opened himself up to the world of Twitter with an “Ask Netanyahu” social media campaign, yielding predictably funny results.

Within minutes of the announcement, people made use of the hashtag to question the Israeli leader about pressing issues.

The Q&A session was set to take place Thursday morning to honor Israeli Independence Day.

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6 thoughts on “Risky Move: #AskNetanyahu Quickly Backfires on Israeli PM

  1. Did you use Nano thermite or regular cutting charges to bring down Building 7?

    I laughed at that one, did the fuckhead answer? And why is the ?? to the Israeli PM in English? Rallying support in his American colony?

  2. #AskNetanyahu: Tell the truth, don’t you sometimes wish you had stayed in Philly selling used furniture –something you did well–without any tsures?

  3. Pingback: Risky Move: #AskNetanyahu Quickly Backfires on Israeli PM | Uprootedpalestinians's Blog

  4. CAN NETANYAHU SWIM? AS HE CAN EASILY DROWN IN THE TEARS HE HAS CREATED AS A POLITICIAN, WHICH IS HIS GREATEST CONTRIBUTION TO HUMANITY.

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