Sophisticated hacking or Iranian propaganda? After Netanyahu claimed at the UN that "we need a credible nuclear threat to deal with the Iranian problem," the Times Tehran reported Monday morning that the newspaper had received information hinting at a chronic mental health problem from which the prime minister suffers.
According to reports in the country, the Times of Tehran has obtained an archive of about 70,<> legal documents, some of which deal with Netanyahu's legal affairs. According to them, some of the details also include sensitive medical information that reached the court and concerns the prime minister and is kept secret in light of the "threat he poses to Israel's national security."
Netanyahu: "The sanctions must be reinstated, I will do everything to prevent them from nuclearization" // Photo: Reuters
According to documents allegedly obtained by the Iranians, both Netanyahu and his wife Sarah repeatedly deal with a complex psychiatric condition. The reports indicate that information about their situation reached the judicial system after a member of the Yesh Atid party called for an investigation into Netanyahu's fitness for the position of prime minister and brought the case to court. According to reports, after the court examined Netanyahu's medical documents, it was determined that "the court does not have the authority to examine the current allegations, such an act could endanger Israel's security."
Against the backdrop of reports in the Islamic Republic, Tasnim News Agency claims that the information currently in Iranian hands could destabilize the Israeli government. In addition, they claim to have documents indicating an unofficial legal procedure aimed at discriminating against Israeli Arabs.
Netanyahu at the Jerusalem District Court (Archive), photo: Oren Ben Hakon
Of course, Iranian publications should be taken with a grain of salt. They come just three days after the prime minister's speech at the UN in which he attacked Iran, claimed that it was trying to undermine normalization efforts with Saudi Arabia and destabilize the Middle East. Moreover, he claimed that "a credible nuclear threat is needed to deal with the Iranian problem," which was interpreted in the Islamic Republic as a threat.
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