Caroline Glick

former Assistant Foreign Policy Advisor, Benjamin Netanyahu

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Deputy managing editor of the Jerusalem Post and Senior Fellow for Middle East Affairs at the Center for Security Policy in Washington;  assistant foreign policy advisor to then-Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (1997-1998); author of Shackled Warrior: Israel and the Global Jihad

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