Netanyahu accepts resignation of foreign media advisor after charges of sexual harassment

TEL Aviv _ Agencies

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's cabinet announced Wednesday evening that he was accepting the resignation of a foreign media advisor on charges of sexual harassment of a number of women.

According to the Yediot Aharonot website, Keyes resigned to Netanyahu today and was accepted this evening. Netanyahu praised his efforts and great generosity in serving Israel at all levels.

Keyes was accused by 12 women of sexually harassing them, including Julia Salazar, a candidate for the New York State Senate Democratic Party, who said he was assaulted in 2013 before being appointed as Netanyahu's media advisor in 2016.

The American journalist in the Wall Street Journal, "Chaandi Reis," confirmed her exposure to a similar experience by Keyes. It is clear that she escaped from the house of Keyes, where she was interviewed by a journalist, aware that she was interviewing a sexual offender.

 

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