Israeli Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Silvan Shalom announced his resignation from public office on Sunday evening, following several allegations of sexual assault.
A woman linked to the Interior Ministry on Sunday said employees in the ministry were well aware of the “daily” sexual harassment by Silvan Shalom, but were too afraid to step forward.
About a year-and-a-half ago, when Silvan Shalom was getting ready to run for the post of president of Israel, a woman who had worked with him in the late 1990s complained to the police that he had demanded she perform a sexual act on him.
Judy Shalom Nir-Mozes angrily responded Thursday morning to renewed sexual harassment allegations against her husband, Interior Minister Silvan Shalom.
Another woman has come forward with sexual harassment allegations against Interior Minister Silvan Shalom, according to a Channel 10 report last night.
A woman who once worked for Interior Minister Silvan Shalom has accused him of repeated harassment, touching intimate parts of her body and attempts to insert his hands into her underwear.