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Ehud Barak.(Photo by: WIKIPEDIA)
Did Iran try to harm former prime minister Ehud Barak?
By HAGAY HACOHEN
07/02/2018
"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."
Iran allegedly plotted to harm former Prime Minister Ehud Barak while he was abroad.

"Now it is safe to say: The background for the unusual meeting between the head of the Shin Bet and Ehud Barak, [was] the concern of an Iranian attempt to harm the former prime minister when he was abroad," tweeted Israel's Channel 2 news reporter Amit Segal on Monday evening.

Channel 2 reported earlier Monday that the head of the Israeli Shin Bet Nadav Argaman recently visited former prime minister Ehud Barak in his private home.

Such a visit is highly unusual and the news channel suggested the reason may be a concrete threat made against the former leader of the State of Israel.

Barak was recently in France, and while there became entangled in a Twitter war with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The former Israeli leader suggested Netanyahu might be beheaded in the near future due to corruption— similar to the last French king. In response, Netanyahu claimed Barak "lost it."



 

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