Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stands with his wife Sara after voting during Israel's parliamentary elections in occupied Jerusalem, on March 17, 2015. AFP PHOTO / POOL / SEBASTIAN SCHEINER
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife Sara has hit back at what she says is a smear campaign over her alleged mistreatment of domestic employees, media reported Monday.Before Netanyahu's March reelection campaign, media reported that his wife had pocketed at least $1,000 worth of public cash by collecting the deposits on empty bottles returned from the official residence.The Netanyahus have complained that the reports were part of a media smear campaign, which commentators say was waged in part by media mogul Arnon Moses, head of the Yediot Aharonot newspaper and Ynet, who firmly opposed Netanyahu remaining prime minister.Benjamin Netanyahu was reelected for his third consecutive term on March 17, and formed a rightwing religious government last week.
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