Former cabinet minister Gonen Segev is the latest in a string of Israelis alleged to have aided an enemy.
What sounds like a Hitchcockian tale of espionage and madness is actually a parody of Israel’s deformed politics.
When politicians are willing to sell their principles, we all pay the price. When they are willing to betray their country, the cost is unbearably high.
But at this early stage, a decent estimate is that the damage is neither overly substantial nor so insignificant that it can be easily dismissed.
As far as solidarity goes, it is a slim platform – but it’s an important start.
“He was a paranoid megalomaniac who went from being the party’s most right-wing MK to selling out Israel.”
Odeh confronted the police, and declared: “These will be defeated, and Jerusalem will remain with its nation, standing strong, victorious, and the capital of Palestine.”
Former minister who spent time in jail is reported to says he had no ideological or financial reason to spy for Iran.
He was arrested on suspicion of committing offenses by assisting the enemy in a time of war and spying against the State of Israel and providing intelligence to the enemy.