Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara are hiding in a luxury mansion
It is owned by US billionaire Simon Falic, and comes with high security
The mansion offers a retreat from the deadly threats made by Hamas
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara have decamped to the luxury mansion with a deep nuclear bunker, amid growing public anger towards the country’s leaders.
The gated mansion in a Jerusalem mansion, owned by US billionaire Simon Falic, comes with high-level security.
It will offer the PM an escape from mounting rage among Israeli citizens who are angry about how Hamas fighters were able to breach Israel’s borders, brutally murder 1,400 men, women and children and grab 220 hostages in the October 7 attacks.
It is not the first time the couple have stayed at the tycoon’s home. There were questions two years ago about why the couple were staying there when they had their own portfolio of properties.
The PM’s move into the mansion caused outrage in Israel last night.
Benjamin Netanyahu (pictured) previously moved into the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Jerusalem following the Hamas attacks on October 7
He and his wife Sara (pictured, right) are currently hiding out in a luxury mansion in Jerusalem
Journalist Uri Misgav shared photos of the property and said: ‘We renovate, secure and finance three homes for the Netanyahu family. I don’t know how this is even legal.’
He said the staff are being moved there, including their personal chef, with the preparations suggesting future meetings with world leaders will also be relocated there.
The decision to move into a residence with a deep nuclear bunker is not a common one in Israel, even among the super-rich.
But with the looming threat from Iran, a handful of the PM’s inner circle have built them.
British-German property tycoon Zak Gertler, is also known to possess a similar bunker, underlining the growing concerns as the Iran threat becomes more than just a cold war.
Last month, shortly before Hamas declared war, the Netanyahus moved into the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Jerusalem. At the time, the Prime Minister’s Office said there were renovations underway at the Jerusalem home to upgrade its security capability.
Prior to the Hamas atrocities, hundreds of thousands of Israelis had been protesting against the premier and his right-wing coalition over plans to reform the judicial system, allegations of cronyism and allowing Jewish settlers to expand into more areas that were supposed to be occupied by Palestinians..…CONTINUE.FULL.READING>>>