With Israel’s repeat election just weeks away, the war on Prime Minister Netanyahu by the local press, police and his political rivals to have him removed from office has gotten nasty.
– A breakdown on what ‘Case 4000’ is all about.
By Tsvi Sadan
“Case 4000” is the investigation into a $500 million bribe that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu allegedly arranged for Shaul Elovitch, owner of Israel’s Bezeq Telecommunications, in exchange for favorable media coverage in the Walla news portal.
With the next national election just weeks away, Case 4000 has become a battlefield upon which anti-Bibi and pro-Bibi forces are battling one another like there’s no tomorrow. Continue Reading »
The UN Human Rights Council has been caught blackmailing Bezeq, an Israeli telecommunications company, for servicing the entire Jewish State in the letter included below.
By SHOSHANA KRANISH
The United Nations Human Rights Council has been pressuring Israeli telecommunications giant Bezeq to cut off its services to settlements, saying that the company is promoting the illegal communities and their expansion, the Washington Free Beacon reported.
Letter to Bezeq was signed by Mohammed Ali Alnsour – Twitter
Bezeq currently provides the same services to Israeli cities and towns within the Green Line and to the settlements beyond it. By pressuring the company to suspend services to Israel’s West Bank settlements, the UNHRC has been accused of “blackmail” and of participating in the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement that many Israelis see as antisemitic. Continue Reading »