Former IDF chief: Netanyahu is 'inventing' top secret things

Speaking in Beersheba, former IDF chief of staff Dan Halutz says it's "beyond reason to isolate the top security establishment" from submarine decisions.

By MAARIV ONLINE
March 30, 2019 20:45
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu climbs out after a visit inside the Rahav, the fifth submarine in

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu climbs out after a visit inside the Rahav, the fifth submarine in the fleet, after it arrived in Haifa's port. (photo credit: BAZ RATNER/REUTERS)

 
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Former IDF chief of staff Dan Halutz slammed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying that "there is no such secret that the minister of defense and the IDF chief of staff cannot know," reported the Jerusalem Post sister publication Maariv on Saturday.

During a cultural event in the southern city of Beersheba, Halutz claimed that "Netanyahu was inventing when [he spoke of] a secret non may know."
 
Halutz, who served under former prime minister Ehud Olmert, said that unless "anti-democratic legislation will be passed" Netanyahu is likely to end up "in a jail cell."  
 
 

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