The curious case of Natan Eshel and Bibi's curious silence
Natan Eshel, Bibi's right-hand man, is embroiled in one of Israel's most peculiar political scandals. What makes it so dangerous is who's not talking about it.
In the Late Baroque masterpiece "The Swing," Jean-Honore Fragonard's painting from the 18th century, a young woman is being pushed on a swing by her elderly husband, simultaneously allowing her younger lover, who is hiding in the bushes, to peep under her skirt. A modern take on this, in the circles of online voyeurism, is called "upskirt": you look up a lady's skirt and take a photo...
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