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Veteran Likud activist Meir Halabi of Holon said he started the campaign because he knew Shalom for 35 years and his skills and leadership were needed during challenging times.
In December, Shalom resigned from office after more than two decades of public service after 11 women came forward to complain that they were sexually harassed.
Shalom has denied the allegations against him.
Is Silvan Shalom victim of an underhand political plot to deny him a chance at presidency, or was the woman who filed a sex offense complaint actually spurred by the minister's run for presidency to speak up?
By JEFF BARAK
Forgery, vendettas, spy sagas, prisoner releases, sex scandals and court cases, Israeli political scene likens Hollywood drama.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
"Give Shalom chance" to put investigation behind him; Sources close to Prof. Dan Schechtman say he is "in favor of fair play."
Police said Tuesday that "for two hours the minister gave his version of events about the incident in the complaint."
By BEN HARTMAN
Sources close to Shalom blamed his Likud rival for the presidency, former Knesset speaker Reuven Rivlin, for the charges.
Too often, under the cover of protecting someone’s good name, entirely guiltless parties are smeared wholesale.
By JPost Editorial
Likud sources says national infrastructure, energy and water minister likely to join candidates for election to be held in May or June.
Infrastructure Minister Silvan Shalom argued that Israel needs to align its business days with the global economy.
By NIV ELIS
Energy, Water and National Infrastructures minister says despite Kuwait ban, other Arab delegations stayed to hear him speak.
By sharon udasin
Among te beneficiaries will be pensioners, the disabled, Holocaust survivors who receive income support and lone soldiers.
By SHARON UDASIN
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