The Prime Minister’s son, Yair Netanyahu, submitted this morning (Sunday) to the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court an urgent request to cancel or postpone the hearing on the request for an order to prevent threatening harassment, which was filed against him last Friday.
The petition, filed through his attorney Yossi Cohen, defines the petitions as “a real scam, aimed at the most cynical and ugly use of legal proceedings by a gang of thugs, unscrupulous anarchists, who misled the court.”
Please one of the applicants, Haim Shadmi, is defined as a loud and violent demonstrator. Cohen reminds the court that a complaint was filed against him for serious incitement and threats of murder after he told young Netanyahu “we know why you need security guards. One day you will be without security guards, you never know.”
Cohen claims to have evidence that the three plaintiffs misled the court and led him to believe they were allegedly threatened, while their entire purpose is to cynically use the court to advance their purposes.
In addition, Cohen requested that Yair Netanyahu not appear for the hearing. Judge Dorit Feinstein decided not to cancel or postpone the hearing – but gave the young Netanyahu an exemption from appearing, demanding that he be available by phone for her questions.
Meanwhile, the Facebook company decided to remove Netanyahu’s post against the founders of the New Contract Association, which appeared on its platform, due to the publication of the founders’ details.
The Facebook company stated: “Privacy and protection of personal information are critical for people to feel safe on our platforms, subject to Facebook’s global community rules, we do not allow people to post personal or confidential information of others, including addresses and phone numbers, without the person’s permission. “This post has been reviewed by our global teams in accordance with these rules and has been deleted because it violated them.”
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