Why Israel's Finance Minister Just Called Netanyahu 'Scum of the Earth'

In an unusual public attack, Lieberman slams the former Prime Minister for standing behind the 'disturbing allegations,' a week after the publication of claims regarding Lieberman offering a fee in exchange for having a senior officer murdered

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Even by the standards of Israeli election rhetoric, the vicious attack that Finance Minister Avigdor Lieberman unleashed against opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday was unprecedented.



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