Police fear that disciples of the rabbi, convicted of bribery, might lash out.04:00 27.11.15 | 0 comments
mea wrote: "So you uncovered that the salary equaled less than she made later AFTER PROBABLY USING HER NATANYAHU REFERENCE TO GET MORE! " But in fact the article says: "Peretz, who had PREVIOUSLY worked for a personnel agency, presented evidence in the lawsuit showing that her wages and benefits at the agency were considerably better than they were when she worked for the Netanyahus." In other words, mea has the temporal order wrong. She made more at the temp agency than she later made working for Bibi. She did not use her Bibi job to leverage more payer later, as mea states.