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Push the Bibi: Labor\’s new video game, inspired by Netanyahu\’s Paris appearance

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 \’Push the Bibi,\’ apparently created by youth movement of PM\’s campaign rival Zionist Camp, plays off of Netanyahu\’s deft maneuvering into front row of Sunday\’s giant march.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu\’s now-legendary footwork (and elbow-work) in insinuating himself into the front row of Sunday\’s mammoth march in Paris has inspired a video game. "Push the Bibi" hit the Web on Tuesday, carrying the logo of Zionist Camp Youth, the youth auxiliary of Netanyahu\’s chief political rival in the upcoming election.

The object of the game is to use the arrow keys to "push the Bibi," a character with Netanyahu\’s face, through three moving rows of men in suits and into the front row spot next to French President Francois Hollande, who is flanked by Mali President Ibrahim Keita, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.

If the player pushes the "Bibi" into the spot within 30 seconds, the "Bibi" raises his hand, as Netanyahu did to a woman shouting "Am Yisrael Chai" from a balcony overlooking the march.

Win or lose, the outcome of the game is the same: "Game over – don\’t try again. When Bibi wins, everyone else loses," the screen text reads. It concludes, "We need a different leadership – one that will put Israel in the front row, even without pushing."

Zionist Camp Youth could not be reached for confirmation that it created the game.

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