It is precisely because of these facts that the Israeli occupation police did not give up, and insists on the Prosecutor General to bring the Prime Minister and war criminal to justice.
This is the reason why it announced Tuesday, February 13, its recommendations to the prosecution by asking him to charge the Prime Minister for corruption, fraud, and breach of trust in both cases.
To excuse himself, Netanyahu made an appearance during a TV show in order to claim his innocence. From now on, the decision to indict him is at the discretion of the Attorney General.
Ironically, the attorney, who has in his hands the power of decision, is none other than Avichai Mandelblit, appointed to this position by Netanyahu himself; an explosive cocktail whose result will not surprise us. Be that as it may be, Avichai Mandelblit is not forced to make a hasty decision.
In addition, two investigations involving the Israeli prime minister include, among others, the purchase of submarines from Germany and bribes involving the close entourage of the prime minister.
The police first advocated the charge of the head of the government in the “1000 report”, which suspects Mr. and Mrs. Netanyahu and their son Yair to have benefited from the “generosity” of a Hollywood producer, Arnon Milchan, and Australian billionaire James Packer, for the modest sum of one million shekels or 229,000 euros.
Netanyahu, the war criminal, swears that what he was receiving was nothing but gifts given to friends.
But according to the Israeli press “the investigators have identified specific requests for gifts, made by the couple.
In return, Benyamin Netanyahu would facilitate tax-cutting legislation for Israelis who spend a long time abroad. He also allegedly helped Mr. Milchan extend his visa in the United States and promote his interests in the Israeli television market.
Police demand Mr. Milchan’s indictment. As for the son Yaïr, he benefited from luxurious stays, airplanes and hotels paid for by James Packer”.
Secondly, in the case of the 2000 report which “involves links between Benyamin Netanyahu and the owner of the daily Yediot Aharonot, Arnon Mozes, who is also suspected by the police. The latter has recordings between the two men, who are considering a compromising pact, at the expense of Sheldon Adelson, an American billionaire who created the newspaper Israel Hayom in 2007. The conversations between Mozes and Netanyahu propose to support a bill to reduce the circulation of Israel Hayom, the great rival of Yediot. In return, Arnon Mozes would arrange a more favorable coverage of his diary.
In his defense, the Prime Minister and war criminal claims that “it was just a casual conversation without commitment “.
Since the announcement of these charges, Netanyahu’s reaction did not take long, the same evening he announced “to be concerned only by” the future of the country” and rejected all the findings of the police which he considered “had no place in a democratic society”.
Although the Netanyahu family has tried to stop these testimonials in recent months, one of the witnesses, Yair Lapid, former Minister of Finance of Netanyahu and leader of the centrist party “Yesh Atid” who dreams of succeeding the Prime Minister, should provide the prime minister’s Likud defense line with a way to overthrow the government.
These last hours took on a new twist with a new case of corruption, and the vise seems to tighten around Netanyahu, even if his name has not been mentioned publicly. He should be interviewed shortly, just like his wife Sarah, in this case.
For example, on Sunday, February 18, the occupation police announced the arrest of seven people, whose identity was disclosed two days later.
Among them are Nir Hefetz, the former personal spokesman of the Prime Minister, and Shlomo Filber, appointed by Mr. Netanyahu as Director General of the Ministry of Communications when Mr. Netanyahu held this portfolio from 2015 to 2017.
Shaul Elovich, boss of “Bezeq”, a satellite TV provider “Yes” and “Walla” was also arrested along with his wife Iris, his son Gold and two top officials of “Bezeq”.
The investigations concern the suspicion of favors granted to the boss of the telecommunications group “Bezeq”, the most important of the Zionist entity, in exchange for a favorable coverage of the prime minister’s action by “Walla”, one of the most important information sites of the country held by the leader of “Bezeq”.