Bank Leumi Appoints Arab Chair
By Micah Halpern
Tuesday July 2, 2019
I've Been Thinking:
Israel once again proved itself a wonderful democracy. The largest investment bank in Israel, Bank Leumi just named an Israeli Arab as their new chairman of their board.
On Sunday Dr. Samer Haj-Yehia was selected by the bank's board of governors.
Haj-Yehia earned a PhD in macroeconomics from MIT. He earned an MBA in finance, a master's degree in accounting and economics and a law degree.
His resume is very impressive. As the new chairman of the board I am certain that the bank will continue to grow financially.
The most important lesson here is that his election was not a token appointment. Haj-Yehia is the perfect candidate for the position.
Israel is a democracy with equal opportunity.
Unfortunately, like any democracy, there are some very vocal racists.
A tiny minority -- and also unfortunately that minority attract the limelight. These racists often catch the attention of the media and they are paraded across headlines.
But they do not represent Israel.
More typical of Israel is this appointment.
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