Iran obtains 70,000+ pages of Israeli judicial documents: Tehran Times
Tehran Times says the documents reveal that Israeli occupation PM Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara suffer from a relapsed psychiatric disease.
The Iranian newspaper Tehran Times revealed that it obtained information indicating that Iran has obtained access to the whole Israeli judicial archive, which contains "sensitive" material about the Israeli occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's case.
The news website recalled that in mid-September, Al Mayadeen cited an Iranian security source as saying that Netanyahu "was involved in a dangerous judicial case."
At the time, the source told Al Mayadeen that the Israeli judiciary had not yet released the file because it poses a threat to "Israel's national security," emphasizing that if the content of this material was published, Netanyahu's political career would be jeopardized.
Tehran Times mentioned that the documents reveal that "Netanyahu and his wife Sara suffer from a relapsed psychiatric disease, which prompted a member of [opposition figure] Yair Lapid’s party to take to the Judiciary to call into question Netanyahu’s fitness for the top job in Israel."
"The member of Lapid’s party took the whole medical case of Netanyahu and his wife to the court in the hope of barring him from assuming public office over mental health problems," the news website cited the information as saying.
It pointed out that the court went through the information and "signaled seriousness in following up on the case."
Nonetheless, the Tehran Times revealed that a senior judicial official suspended the case, claiming that "the court does not have the authorization to look into this case, and moving ahead with it could endanger Israel’s national security."
The Iranian website noted that "in addition to this case, Netanyahu faced other lawsuits, which have been shelved through bribery, bullying, and political influence."
In the same context, the website suggested that this case "could well be the reason why the phones of a number of members of Lapid’s party and Lapid himself, were hacked recently, according to Israeli media."
It cited observers as saying that "Netanyahu could be behind the hack," since the information exposed the Israeli occupation Prime Minister's court cases, as well as those of his party and cabinet members. The leaks also reveal "some abuses and unannounced donations to the Haredis and their corruption and espionage cases," the Tehran Times mentioned, adding that "the possibility of retaliation cannot be ruled out."
According to the Iranian website, the Israeli occupation's judicial archive exposes how the Israeli judiciary systematically discriminated against Palestinians in the territories occupied in 1948.
It said Israeli judges have always ruled against Palestinians "based on an undeclared guideline."
Tehran Times highlighted that "more than 70,000 pages of judicial documents, some of which bear secret and top-secret seals, have been leaked and are being reviewed and analyzed."
Elsewhere, the news website considered that "the leakage of Israel’s judicial archive is yet another indication of how vulnerable Israel has become."