JERUSALEM — Sefi Ovadia, Israel Army Radio’s Knesset correspondent, worked mightily to suppress their enjoyment on this’s news broadcast, eventually succumbing to a smile so wide it could be heard over the airwaves morning.
The topic of their mirth ended up being “Sara-Tara,” the latest scandal involving Sara, the volatile and unpredictable spouse of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, that is once more taking part in an regrettable incident with domestic assistance.
Sara Netanyahu, 53, has a propensity for disputes with home staff. This is actually the time that is third 3 years a menial worker has kept her house amid accusations of mistreatment or underpayment.
“Sara-Tara” arrives with almost timing that is theatrically bad the prime minister, who’s striving not to ever appear as a part of this financial elite as Israel gears up its “March of the Million” social protesters this coming Saturday.
Nevertheless the particular information that tipped Ovadia into unbidden giggles ended up being the extraordinary series of some eight consecutive pr announcements given yesterday by the workplace of this prime minister, described as “a tempest of press announcements” by some media outlets, as their staff toiled to include this scandal that is new.
Then, carrying out a stern caution by the attorney general that prime ministerial workers could never be enjoined to perform a pr campaign on behalf of the very first woman, at nearly the exact same minute Kumari had been fired, an independently compensated spokesman for Sara Netanyahu had been hired. Continue reading