PM's wife: 'Bibi-Tours' allegations are wicked gossip

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March 31, 2011 18:41

 
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Sara Netanyahu, the prime minister’s wife, defended her husband on Thursday over "Bibi Tours" allegations, which contend Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu had trips abroad improperly funded by private individuals.

"I decided to talk because I feel as if we don't have any more strength for another attack. Once again I am standing in front of the public as a target and once again they are attacking the Prime Minister through me,"

"It's wicked gossip that is turning into a type of regular ceremony of hypocrisy. Enough already. It needs to stop," the prime minister's wife continued.

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