Israeli Officials Received Money from Drug, Weapons Traffickers

Minister of Justice, Ayelet Shaked. (Photo: File)

Israeli Minister of Justice Ayelet Shaked, Minister of Internal Security Gilad Erdan and Tourism Minister Yariv Levin have received money from a drugs and weapons trafficker to further their political careers, Israeli Channel 2 revealed.

The three are said to have received funds from Jewish-Belgian businessman Serge Muller, who was arrested in March by Interpol in Montenegro based on arrest warrant issued by Belgian police.

According to Israeli TV, each of the ministers received 1,000 Israeli shekels ($257.83) to support their election campaigns in the lead up to the current term of the Knesset.

(Middle East Monitor)

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  1. It would seem there’s a law against using drug funds to further an election campaign, is there anything legal happening to punish these unscrupulous vermin?

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