C.M. SennottApril 1, 2009 10:00Updated May 30, 2010 12:51
In the land of the biblical patriarchs, the stories of fathers and sons matter.
And the story of the Netanyahu family is something as ancient as Leviticus and as modern as the Kennedys.
To understand Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, you need to understand the hard-line, uncompromising ideology of a father who pushed his sons to succeed and how the tragic death of the oldest son shaped the destiny of the younger brother, who Tuesday was sworn in as prime minister of Israel for a second time.