Report: Iran Obtained Secret Files from Benjamin Netanyahu’s Office

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu. (Photo: via Israeli PM Twitter Page)

By Palestine Chronicle Staff  

The Iranian security apparatus has obtained secret files from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office, according to a report published by Al Mayadeen news network.

Al Mayadeen cited Iranian sources as saying that the files were leaked by the Israeli opposition. 

They allegedly include lists of European, American and Israeli media figures who received bribes from Netanyahu’s office.

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“The files and photos were held by Netanyahu and encompass extremely personal information on officials and politicians who oppose him,” Al Mayadeen reported.

The leaked files, which were reportedly transferred onto a USB drive, purportedly contain personal photos of top Israeli officials, including Benny Gantz, Ehud Barak and former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. 

Earlier in September, Tehran Times also revealed that Iran had obtained access to the Israeli judicial archive, including ‘sensitive’ material about Netanyau’s case in Israeli courts. 

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The tension between Iran and Israel continues to grow.

Iran has recently accused Israel of being behind a failed plot to sabotage its defense industry and the production of missiles, state media reported on Thursday.

For its part, Israel accuses Tehran of being behind the increase of Palestinian shooting operations targeting Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank.

(The Palestine Chronicle)

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