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"I was there, for lunch or chat, nothing else. So what?" said Barak. "I never attended a party with him. I never met Epstein in the company of women or young girls."
Barak and his campaign team went to a falafel stand on Tel Aviv's Ibn Gvirol.
Barak formed the Israeli Democratic Party last month to run in the September 2019 elections, with the express purpose of defeating Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Nicolae Ceausescu, whom Barak compared to Netanyahu, lead the Communist regime in Romania from the death of his predecessor in 1965 until his own death with his wife Elena in 1989.
By ARIK BENDER/MAARIV
Barak may be the only person in Israel who in these times could beat Netanyahu – and that is the most important thing for Israel right now.
By GERSHON BASKIN
“Netanyahu and the extremists who are leading him by his nose have a dangerous and delusional vision that is strongly connected to messianism,”
By GIL HOFFMAN
Barak criticized a decision by Mandelblit to permit Netanyahu to receive donations to his legal defense from international millionaires.
This follows allegations that Iran tried to harm the former PM while he was abroad.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
"Now it is safe to say; the background for the unusual meeting between Shin Bet head and Ehud Barak [was] the concern of an Iranian attempt to harm the former prime minister when he is abroad."
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Former prime minister Ehud Barak compares Netanyahu to Louis the 16th who was beheaded in the French Revolution on social media.
The latest social news from around Israel.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
In a candid memoir, Ehud Barak looks back on a life that has spanned the history of the State of Israel.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Colonel Hasson Hasson is a long-time key player in actions that ‘provide the oxygen that sustains our country’.
By BEN CASPIT
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