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When the residents of Kiryat Malakhi, a Negev town whose name means “City of Angels,” picked Moshe Katsav as the youngest-ever mayor in Israel’s history in 1970, he was 24. For decades he was the town’s symbol, an immigrant born in Iran who made it to the top of the establishment and was elected...