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Israeli Police Question Sara Netanyahu On Corruption Charges

Israeli Police Question Sara Netanyahu On Corruption Charges

Police have been questioning Netanyahu for months over the cases but have released few details.

The Israel Police stated that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is suspected of bribery and fraud. The gag order was granted and is effective until September 17. "The campaign to change the government is underway, but it is destined to fail, for a simple reason: there won't be anything because there was nothing".

The disclosure was made in a court-issued gag order prohibiting news media from reporting details of negotiations with a former Netanyahu aide to testify against him.

During the investigation of Harow, police found recordings on his mobile phone documenting the Netanyahu-Mozes conversations that form the basis of the Case 2000 probe.

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Alexander's statement is just one of a number of events that seemed inevitable once Republicans failed to pass a repeal bill last. Imagine what would have happened to the Republican Party when coverage increases 20, 30 percent due to their " skinny repeal ".

In another case, called Case 2000, he is accused of offering commercial favours to Israeli newspaper owner Arnon Mozes in return for more positive coverage. The Prime Minister allegedly offered Mozes to curb another media outlet, owned by USA casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, in exchange for better coverage of Netanyahu and his government in Yedioth. Harow, who served as Netanyahu's chief of staff in 2014 and resigned after allegations of corruption, refused to talk to reporters and did not confirm if he would become a state witness.

Netanyahu's office has repeatedly denied wrongdoing over the investigations, portraying the accusations as a witch hunt against him and his family by a hostile media opposed to his hard-line political views.

The prime minister was in Beitar Illit to break ground on a new neighborhood.


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