Op-ed: Nir Hefetz protected Benjamin Netanyahu until he realized that, as far as the latter is concerned, he no longer exists. In that critical moment, the man who knows everything there is to know about the Netanyahu family turned into a state’s witness—and the smug and self-confident leader who sat next to the US president in the Oval Office on Monday knows exactly what that means.
Source: The man who knew too much
The “breach of loyalty” law gives Israel the authority to force out Palestinians that it deems a threat.
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This was vintage Netanyahu. He was articulate and animated.
Premier slams use of state witnesses in video published on his Facebook page
After ruling against the practice, Israel’s high court gave the government six months to write a law that made revoking residency legal.
The bill, co-sponsored by right-wing Israeli lawmakers Anat Berko and Bezalel Smotrich, has passed its first reading, and will be put to vote in two more readings later on Wednesday.