posted on Aug, 22 2006 @ 01:11 PM
In a series of systematic sexual abuse scandals by Israeli leadership, leading news outlets paint a grimly pervert image of the inner workings of the
At least five women who worked with President Moshe Katsav before he became president said he sexually harassed them, Haaretz has learned. The
accusations - all by women who refuse to be publicly identified - came amid reports aired over the weekend that Katsav sexually harassed a former
employee at the President's Residence.
After reports about the former employee, identified only as A., Katsav indicated that she had attempted to blackmail him, and Attorney General
Menachem Mazuz opened an investigation into the matter Wednesday.
The testimonies of the five women, both firsthand and indirect, indicate a pattern in which Katsav took advantage of his position to sexually harass
them, turning from a boss with a pleasant manner into one who makes comments with sexual overtones, and then moves on to attempt sexual contact. The
women said that when they refused his overtures, they encountered a cold and patronizing attitude to the point where they felt compelled to quit.
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Deconstructing the Israeli national myths, a history of terror and sexual perversion from Menahem Begin to Moshe Katsav is beginning to unveil itself
to even the least political observer.
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