Netanyahu´s son appears in an Israeli court

 On Sunday morning, Yair Netanyahu, son of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, was granted the right to be excused from attending a hearing in a case brought against him by incitement.

According to the Yedioth Ahronoth website, the court allowed Netanyahu's son to be absent at the request of the defense team for fear of his life and being subjected to threats, while the court obliged him to listen to the session over the phone to answer any questions.

A lawsuit was filed against Netanyahu's son, after yesterday he published a post on his Facebook page, which includes the addresses of the Israelis who lead the protests against his father, especially members of the "Black Banners" organization, which led to him being considered a provocative publication that threatens the lives of these people and constitutes a violation of their privacy.

According to Hebrew Channel 12, the Facebook administration deleted Netanyahu's son's post early this morning.

 

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