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Topic - Alon Liel
Alon Liel, a former Israeli ambassador to South Africa, said Netanyahu had made the right decision not to go to the funeral service.
He said a better choice would have been President Shimon Peres, who like Mandela is a Nobel peace laureate and who is well respected internationally for his tireless promotion of peace, lofty discourse and sheer longevity on the world stage.