Media Mogul Told PM Netanyahu: We’ll Make Sure You Remain Prime Minister

New leaks from conversations between Benjamin Netanyahu and Yedioth Ahronoth publisher Arnon Mozes reveal the prime minister discussing which journalists are unacceptably hostile to him, and the newspaper mogul pondering how to marginalize them, in the latest dramatic developments in a corruption investigation that threatens Netanyahu’s hold on power. Read more

Who Is Bibi’s Friend Arnon Milchan?

Before it was disclosed on Sunday that Yediot Aharonot publisher Noni short for Arnon Mozes was the Israeli mystery man involved in corruption allegations against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, there was another important Arnon who, according to media reports, was intricately involved. Read more

Media Tycoon, Yedioth Ahronoth Newspaper Publisher Identified As Key Figure In Netanyahu Probe

New information about the conversation at the center of the “2000 Affair”, the existence of which was revealed this morning (Sunday) by the newspaper Haaretz, was revealed a short time ago on Channel 2. Read more

Israeli PM’s Lawyer Says No Substance To Graft Allegations

Benjamin Netanyahu’s lawyer on Friday dismissed the notion that there was anything criminal in the prime minister accepting gifts of expensive cigars for years from a Hollywood producer and businessman, and said the prime minister had nothing to fear, either, from a second series of corruption allegations. Read more

Yaakov Weinrot: Netanyahu Can Relax

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is expected to be questioned for the second time this coming Friday at his official residence in Jerusalem, it was reported tonight (Tuesday) on Channel 2. Read more

Police: Ron Lauder Says He Gave Netanyahu Gifts

The police have been waiting for five days for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to coordinate a time for him to be questioned over corruption allegations, but expect to send investigators to question him under caution in the next few days, TV reports said Saturday night. Netanyahu denies any wrongdoing. Read more

PM Netanyahu To Be Investigated For Bribery, Fraud

A Months-long inquiry into Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s affairs took a new twist on Monday, with police reportedly convinced that they will be able to open a full-blown criminal investigation against him in the next few days. Read more

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev Reveals It Bought $5 Billion of Weapons From Israel

BAKU – Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said Tuesday that his country has, over the years, signed long-term contracts worth some $5 billion to purcashe weapons and security equipment from Israel. Read more

Sexual Antisemitic Poster Attacks Netanyahu In Swiss Train Stations

The largest city in Switzerland—Zurich—started last week to run in its main train station antisemitic posters, according to critics that sexually depict the European Union bowing to the dictates of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Read more

New Links Reported Between Australian Billionaire James Packer and Netanyahu’s Family

New details have emerged on the ties between Yair Netanyahu, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s son, and Australian billionaire James Packer, a close confidant of the prime minister. Read more