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“Last week I met a fighter who was seriously injured while fighting for our people on October 7,” Herzog further said. “From his hospital bed in Ashkelon, he had a message for us all. He said, ‘We are an eternal people, and we are not afraid of a long path. No one can keep us down because this is who we are’.”
Earlier this week, Elise Brezis, a professor of economics at Bar-Ilan University and head of the Azrieli Center for Economic Policy, told The Media Line that Israel’s low debt-to-GDP ratio, currently 60%, means that Israel can weather a deficit increase. She also emphasized the crucial role that Israel bonds can play. “Even a debt-to-GDP ratio increase to 80% would not endanger Israel’s economy,” she said. “The deficit will be essentially financed by issuing bonds.”
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