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A Daily Stormer columnist writes that Tzipi Hotovely exposed an "inconvenient fact" that Israelis and American Jews don't want the public to talk about.
"In Turkey they are taking tanks out into the streets, here they have no need because they control the police and the prosecutor's office."
With three former campaign heads having turned state’s witness, will Yair Netanyahu play a key role in the election campaign?
In “Case 1000,” Netanyahu is accused of receiving expensive gifts from billionaires, then taking action on their behalf, and in “Case 2000,” of striking an illicit deal with a newspaper publisher.
By BEN SALES/JTA
"If you want to replace me, do so at the ballot box. Leave my family alone."
By TAMAR BEN-OZER
In the 2015 recording released by Channel 2, Yair Netanyahu was recorded boasting to the son of a gas tycoon: “My dad arranged for your dad a $20 billion windfall and you can’t spot me NIS 400?”
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu will travel to Washington in early March to attend AIPAC's annual policy conference.
By HERB KEINON
Party court to challenge race for head of World Likud
By GIL HOFFMAN
Even in the midst of the #Metoo scandals around the world, the prime minister will not be harmed by his son visiting a stripper.
“I have no doubt that harming the prime minister’s son is a strategic hit to Israel... If he was anonymous, it wouldn’t be a problem," said ex-Shin Bet officer Shmulik Philosof.
By UDI SHAHAM
“My wife and I educate our children to respect every person as they are, and every woman as they are, and that is the reason that I fervently oppose the exclusion of women..."
Son of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claims the recorded conversation does not represent who he is, and he regrets saying ‘ridiculous’ things about women.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
The televised recording shows Yair Netanyahu speaking about strippers and billions of dollars worth of deals.
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