In a later text message, Mr. Haddad wrote: "There is absolutely nothing in this. Anyone who publishes this nonsense can count on a very large court case. " In general, decide the question of an open and free world?
Uric, a representative of the Likud party, said that he did not know Mr. Haddad and that Mr. Haddad was not employed by the Likud party and had no connection with Likud.
The Likud Team. Yaer Netanyahu, an informal advisor to his father's campaign, re-enrolled members of the network 154 times, the report said. Similarly, the network "liked" and responded to his message 1
Yaer Netanyahu did not respond to a request for a comment. Mr. Ureich, speaking on his behalf, said: "Yaer Netanyahu has no role in the Likud campaign, does not know the people of the network and does not participate in its activities, if any."
tweets that contain words of curse and anti-Arabic images written using numbers that look like letters in the Hebrew alphabet, perhaps, so that the Twitter audit does not identify them as inappropriate and close the account. update the Israeli electoral law to cover relatively recent social media events. After the work of the special commission headed by former chairman of the Supreme Court, Dorit Beineş, an amendment was proposed to the law covering social media. Nakhon, president of the Israeli Internet Association, who was a member of the Beinish Group, said: "We have made great efforts to make recommendations as soon as possible so that legislation can already be adopted in the upcoming elections. But when the first reading bill was voted, "Likud" decided to remove him from the agenda in the middle of the night.