JERUSALEM — Sefi Ovadia, Israel Army Radio’s Knesset correspondent, worked mightily to suppress their entertainment on this’s news broadcast, eventually succumbing to a smile so wide it could be heard over the airwaves morning.
The main topic of their mirth ended up being “Sara-Tara,” the scandal that is latest involving Sara, the volatile and unpredictable wife of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, that is once more tangled up in a regrettable incident with domestic assistance.
Sara Netanyahu, 53, features a propensity for disputes with household staff. This is actually the third amount of time in 3 years a menial worker has left her house amid accusations of mistreatment or underpayment. Continue reading