Circumstances provide an opportunity for Israel to use the chaos in Iran to its advantage. But Israel’s government is paralyzed because the attorney general has decided that almost all activities require his prior approval.
Law enforcement “is not a matter of politics,” according to Israel’s attorney general. Yet it was clear from the moment the investigations began that prosecutors had their sights set on removing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from office.
The law states that before the attorney general indicts a Member of Knesset such as Netanyahu, they must first submit a recommendation to the Knesset committee.
Israel Beitenu chairman Avigdor Liberman was the villain who had held the country hostage for nearly a year as he fed his narcissistic personality disorder.
The ongoing criminal probes against Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyhahu are reaching their climax.
“The story of the rape and the outrageous conduct of the State Prosecutor’s Office and the police is a sinful addition to the case.”
A decision to indict the prime minister on corruption charges would “endanger democracy and freedom of the press,” Alan Dershowitz writes in an open letter to Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, urging him to “consider the dangerous implications.”