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An Unlikely Hero Emerges on the Battlefields of Ukraine — And She Made a Mean Chicken Soup

It turns out that Golda Meir’s Zionist writings, quips, and observations about how to conduct life under constant threat of war are passed around and widely quoted in Ukraine.

Golda Meir at the White House with President Nixon in 1969. Moshe Milner via Wikimedia Commons

BENNY AVNIIMAGE

BENNY AVNI

Friday, March 18, 2022

03:52:56 pm

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BENNY AVNI

Benny Avni is a columnist who has published in the New York Post, WSJOpinion, The Daily Beast, Newsweek, Israel Radio, Ha’Aretz, and others. Once New York Sun, always New York Sun.

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