Bibi’s Google Doodle

Check out Prime Minister Netanyahu’s pro-Israel doodle for Google. Bibi posted it, along side this message, today on his Facebook page:

I met today with Eric Schmidt the Executive Chairman of Global Google. At our meeting I bestowed upon Schmidt a ”doodle” (a tailor designed Google logo ) that I drew on the basis of suggestions that I received from surfers in Israel.

The drawing is comprised of the Israeli flag, a person sitting under a sun umbrella and the crystals that Professor Dan Shechtman, who won the Nobel Prize this year discovered, in token of the fact that Israel stands in the forefront of science and technology.


Author: Stand For Israel | June 19, 2012
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What do you think?

  • Becky
    June 20, 2012
    4:07 pm
     

    I like your Google doodle! I pray for peace for Israel!

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    • Tsvi
      June 25, 2012
      12:10 pm
       

      Creative! How about putting a photo of the Nobel prize winne, Dan Shechtman, in the 2nd “G”!

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