What the opposition and Nassralah say is of secondary importance. Considering the timing, is it not a deliberate attempt at distraction from his legal problens? "Never apologize, always play offense, attack the “fake news,” and, finally, distract from the issue by kick-starting a new controversy."
But a traitor he is not. This timing is pure coincidence. Want to see him in court per police recommendation, and if found guilty sentenced appropriately. But his sad sideshows shall not distract from the most important duty of proecting Israel. Those leveling accusations at him are the traitors. How about indicting them?
4. There is no connection between the minor operation
in the north and Bibi's many cases. But Bibi can hardly complain against those pushing the spin when the spin master himself said the day before that the police recommendations on case 4000 and Al-sheiks leaving weren't coincidental. All the spins going around are boring and don't impress anybody.