A heartwarming post about an Israeli expat sharing his selfie photo with President Duterte as the photobomber is taking the social media by storm.
Netizen Gadi Bizinyan, an Israeli who called Manila home, shared a selfie photo on his Facebook account taken recently when President Duterte visited the Jewish synagogue in Makati.
In the post, Gadi Bizinyan wrote that he had the honor to be present in President Duterte’s speech at the synagogue in Makati.
He boasted he sat 6 meters away from Duterte while he was delivering his speech. He described the experience, “amazing!”
If you’d recall, Duterte visited the Jewish synagogue recently to personally ask for an apology to the Jewish community in the Philippines as a result of the alleged “Hitler comparison comment” that stirred a tempest in the international stage.
Mr. Gadi Bizinyan said he personally accept Duterte’s apology because of its sincerity.
I personally accept Duterte’s apology for his improper comparison and cheer for his willingness to talk in front of the Jewish community in a very sincere manner.
In addition, the Israeli expat also expresses support for Duterte’s war on drugs, criminality, corruption and all the bad things in between.
Unlike many foreigners, I totally support Duterte’s very legit fight against the drugs and the world of crime standing behind it. I hope he will win the war against the bad guys who are destroying the Philippines.
Before ending his post, Mr. Gadi Bizinyan wishes President Duterte well.
#PresidentDuterte – I wish you a lot of success in your conquest against crime, corruption and all the bad things in between. God bless you.
The photo was posted 22 hours ago as of this writing and has since generated more than 450 shares, 4,109 wow emojis and more than 3,000 likes on Facebook.
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Source: Gadi Bizinyan