Originally published 02/04/2015
"Had you told me thirty-five years ago, when I first met him, that [Barry Rubin] would become not only 'one of the great intellectual defenders of Israel,' but an Israeli, I would have dismissed you. Nothing would have seemed so improbable.”
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