Tag Archives: Avichai Mandelblit

“How could Mandelblit indict Netanyahu for a nonexistent crime that is unheard of not only in Israel, but on most of the planet?”

JERUSALEM POST What on earth is media bribery, and should it be a crime? by Yonah Jeremy Bob May 25, 2020 …[Netanyahu’s lawyers] were especially irate because they said Netanyahu has faced decades of biased coverage against him, including in … Continue reading

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Netanyahu indicted

TIMES OF ISRAEL AG announces Netanyahu to stand trial for bribery, fraud and breach of trust by Raoul Wootliff November 21, 2019 In a decision that drastically shakes up Israeli politics amid already ongoing chaos, Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit announced … Continue reading

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“There is no case we can find anywhere in the democratic world where positive coverage has ever been considered a potential bribe”

JEWISH PRESS Netanyahu Won’t Be The Only Victim by Caroline B. Glick October 27, 2019 The ongoing criminal probes against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are reaching their climax. By the end of the month, Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit will reportedly … Continue reading

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Mandelblit’s “ascension to the post of attorney-general will have been paved by the man [Netanyahu] who he is probably about to topple”

JERUSALEM POST Mandelblit: From PM’s man to overthrowing Netanyahu – the timeline by Yonah Jeremy Bob March 1, 2018 Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu started to have close working relations when Mandelblit fought the Goldstone Report during … Continue reading

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