Haaretz makes ridiculous claim that Benjamin and Sara Netanyahu don't want Jewish Home in government
High-ranking Likud officials claimed over the weekend that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara Netanyahu, are seeking to keep Habayit Hayehudi out of the coalition because of personal issues concerning party chairman Naftali Bennett. One figure, considered a confidant of the prime minister, said that the Netanyahus lost their trust in Bennett - a former chief of staff of Netanyahu - and that Sara "issued a veto" against bringing the party into the ruling coalition.Oh really? The Jerusalem Post's said that the Likud officials have denied and refuted this claim:
Neither man has spoken publicly about the personal rift between them. A Netanyahu associate claimed this weekend that Netanyahu believes his former bureau chief leaked information to the media on criminal and governmental investigations of the prime minister in several different cases.
Another highly placed source said Netanyahu does not want Bennett in his coalition because the prime minister wants to renew negotiations with the Palestinians, or at least to give that impression, in order to improve his image in the eyes of the international community.
"Despite the mudslinging that has not stopped even after the election, the prime minister will continue to act out of purely professional considerations," a senior Likud source said. "He intends to form the widest government possible in order to deal with the challenges facing Israel's security and internal affairs. This wide government will also include Bayit Yehudi."I'm sure it's not even as dreadful as this news is telling, and all Haaretz is doing is slanting their news to suit their leftarded agenda, even more than the Post could be doing. Once again, Haaretz has demonstrated why nobody with common sense should waste a penny on their news.
And does anyone really believe the PM's wife would have anything to do with his political decisions? What Haaretz is claiming is absolutely stupid.