|Name Iddo Netanyahu|
|Books Yoni's last battle|
|Siblings Benjamin Netanyahu, Yonatan Netanyahu|
Parents Zila Netanyahu, Benzion Netanyahu
Grandparents Nathan Mileikowsky, Sarah Mileikowsky
Nephews Yair Netanyahu, Avner Netanyahu
Similar People Benjamin Netanyahu, Yonatan Netanyahu, Benzion Netanyahu, Sara Netanyahu, Nathan Mileikowsky
Bibi s brother dr iddo netanyahu pens theater work exploring dilemma of diaspora jewry
Iddo Netanyahu (Hebrew: עדו נתניהו; born July 24, 1952) is an Israeli physician, author and playwright. He is the younger brother of Benjamin Netanyahu, the current Prime Minister of Israel, and Yonatan Netanyahu, who was killed leading the Operation Entebbe hostage rescue mission in 1976 and was a highly-decorated veteran.
- Bibi s brother dr iddo netanyahu pens theater work exploring dilemma of diaspora jewry
- IDDO NETANYAHUS INTERVIEW WITH CBC
- Personal life
- Published works
IDDO NETANYAHU'S INTERVIEW WITH CBC
Iddo Netanyahu was born in Jerusalem, the son of Cela (née Segal; 1912–2000) and professor Benzion Netanyahu (1910–2012), and spent part of his childhood in the United States. He left studies at Cornell University in 1973 to fight for Israel in the Yom Kippur War.
Netanyahu served in Sayeret Matkal, Israel's special forces unit, as did both his brothers. He has an MD from Hebrew University of Jerusalem School of Medicine and did post-doctoral training at Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, D.C., and Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York City. He works part time as a radiologist, but dedicates most of his time to writing.
Since 2008, after authoring several books, Netanyahu has been concentrating on playwriting. His plays have appeared worldwide, including off-Broadway in New York, Tel Aviv, St. Petersburg, Moscow and Tashkent, among other cities. Recently, his Worlds In Collision has been picked up by Israel's National Theater Habima in Tel Aviv.
Netanyahu lives in Hornell, New York. He is married, and has two children.