There are no 'inferior' submarines, the truth with Gantz's pills - Segal

March 31, 2019 16:49
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Former prime minister Ehud Barak was not correct to explain away his own 2008 approval of German submarines being sold to Egypt as they were "inferior" because such distinctions are false, Mako contributor Erel Segal reported on Sunday in Mako.

Segel spoke with former Navy official Shaul Horav who said that both deals, Barak's and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanayhu's, were about the exact same type of submarines being sold to Egypt. Segal also slammed Maariv reported Ben Caspit for publishing that Blue and White leader Benny Gantz was in therapy at one time and took anti-depression pills.

"This is, excuse my French, rubbish," Segel wrote, "what Benny Gantz did in this context should not be of interest to is not a disaster to speak to a therapist and get treated."

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