In a complete turnaround from the harsh attention Israel’s media has allocated to besmirch Sara Netanyahu, the Jerusalem Labor Court President admonished plaintiff’s attorney saying, “When I read the lawsuit, the impression I got was that it was clearly meant for the ears of someone other than the court.”
• Netanyahu family: We have no doubt the truth will come out in court.
By Yair Altman
The Jerusalem Labor Court on Wednesday leveled harsh criticism at a lawsuit filed by a former employee at the Prime Minister’s Residence, saying it was clearly meant to influence “someone other than the court.” Continue Reading »
The incomplete/misleading Israel Police announcement regarding end of probe into PM Netanyahu’s residence and the exclusion of Sara Netanyahu’s name, lead to media speculations and intergovernmental infighting.
By Israel News
The investigation into the Prime Minister’s residences aroused fierce debate on Sunday between two enforcement bodies in Israel: the Israel Police and the Ministry of Justice. The central question being asked is who is responsible for wording the unusual announcement about which was published on Sunday informing that the investigation had been conclude.
Attorney General Avihay Mandelblitt (left) and Police Commissioner Roni Alsheikh – Photo: Ofer Meir
In the official announcement which was released by the police it was written that, “The investigation began in February 2016 with the approval of the attorney general and the state attorney. Continue Reading »
In the ongoing drama about the PM’s residence, Jerusalem district prosecutor’s office may also indict the PM’s wife on criminal charges, based on the findings of the police investigation.
Police have found evidence of criminal wrongdoing on the part of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife Sara Netanyahu, regarding the use of state funds in the management of the Prime Minister’s residence.
Benjamin and Sara Netanyahu – Photo: AVI OHAYON – GPO
The revelation on Sunday means that prosecutors could potentially indict Netanyahu on criminal charges based on the findings of the police investigation.
Evidence was also found against two other suspects – Ezra Seidoff, a top deputy in the Prime Minister’s office, and electrician Avi Fahima. Continue Reading »
The charge claims the former official residence’s superintendent rights were trampled on by PMO, Netanyahus, and that Sara Netanyahu mistreated him.
A suit against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Prime Minister’s Office has been filed with the Jerusalem District Labor Court by a former body guard and superintendent of the Prime Minister’s Residence who claims he was exploited and mistreated by his high-ranking employer.
The suit, first published by Channel 2, claimed that Meni Naftali was exploited and his rights were trampled on while he was working for the Netanyahus’ official household staff. He is now suing for millions of shekels in compensation. Continue Reading »
Former domestic employee at PM Netanyahu’s residence says he was lied to & overworked while serving as superintendent of Prime Minister’s household staff.
The superintendent of the Prime Minister’s Residence claims he was exploited and his rights were trampled while he was working for the Netanyahus’ household staff, and is now suing for compensation.
P.M. BENJAMIN NETANYAHU LIGHTING HANUKA CANDLES ON THE 1ST NIGHT OF CHANUKAH IN JERUSALEM WITH THE HELP OF HIS WIFE, SARA, SONS, YAIR & AVNER (05/12/1996). – Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons/GPO/Flickr
In a draft of the complaint set to be filed with the Labor Court against the official residence, the man claims he was made to work long hours, and was mistreated and belittled despite his dedication to his job. Continue Reading »
Prime Minister, his wife Sara & entourage walk back to hotel after Friday evening ‘kabbalat Shabbat’ with Davos Jewish community.
By Gil Ronen
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, his wife Sarah and members of the staff of the Prime Minister’s Office who are currently visiting Davos, Switzerland, chose to respect the Sabbath and walk back to their hotel from the Friday evening ‘kabbalat shabbat’ reception held in their honor by the Jewish community of Davos.
Netanyahu had been driven to the hotel that hosted the ceremony before the Sabbath began.
The walk was estimated at two kilometers in length. Continue Reading »