Israel’s cabinet is holding a special session on the future of its military that is considering, among other things, a proposal to purchase a second squadron of F-35s. “This is more than a debate about priorities between the Defense Ministry and other ministries. This is about the priorities within the defense budget itself,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Aug. 15 at the beginning of the specially convened meeting at the Ministry of Defense. “We will have to address the historic ...
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