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Ne·tan·ya·hu

 (nĕt′n-yä′ho͞o, nĕ′tän-), Benjamin or Binyamin Born 1949.
Israeli diplomat and politician who was the first Israeli-born person to hold the office of prime minister of Israel (1996-1999). In 2009, he began a second term as prime minister.

Netanyahu

(nɛtənˈjɑːhuː)
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(Biography) Benjamin (ˈbɪnjæˌmiːn). born 1949, Israeli politician: leader of the Likud party (1993–99 and from 2005); prime minister (1996–99 and from 2009)
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