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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denies crime charges, says military on magician hunt


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denies crime charges, indicted military of being on a magician huntIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denies crime charges, indicted military of being on a magician hunt Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (Source: Reuters)

In a national TV address, a stern-looking Netanyahu denied allegations that he supposed intemperate gifts, including champagne and costly cigars, from Hollywood noble Arnon Milchan in sell for doing favors. He also is suspected of charity favoured diagnosis to a journal publisher in sell for auspicious coverage.

Netanyahu pronounced his extensive domestic career has been only “for a good of a nation.” He indicted military of being on a magician hunt opposite him and vowed to sojourn in office. He wrapped adult by vowing to stay in bureau and run for re-election.

The military recommendations now go to a profession general, who will confirm either to press charges.

But Tuesday’s news is deeply annoying to Netanyahu and could fuel calls for him to step aside.

Earleir today, Israeli media reported that military have endorsed indicting Netanyahu in a span of crime cases.

For months, military have been questioning dual cases. In one probe, Netanyahu reportedly perceived over $100,000 in gifts from Hollywood noble Arnon Milchan and other rich supporters.

The other is over tip talks with a publisher of a vital Israeli journal in that Netanyahu allegedly requested certain coverage in sell for reining in a giveaway pro-Netanyahu daily.

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