This is the house that Israeli taxpayers built (and a former IDF chief is using)
The temporary housing built for Moshe Ya'alon's bodyguards is now part of his own home. Meanwhile the state if still funding quarters for the guards elsewhere. How did it happen?
The sturdy young bodyguards protecting Moshe Ya'alon, vice prime minister and strategic affairs minister, do their job well. They check every car that goes by on the street where Ya’alon lives in the community of Reut, next to Modi’in, ask unknown passersby to identify themselves, and report suspicious activity.