Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stands by his wife Sara as she casts her ballot at a polling station in Jerusalem, Jan. 22, 2013. (AP Photo/Uriel Sinai)
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Benjamin Netanyahu's wife Sara insulted and raged at household staff, creating an abusive working environment at the Israeli prime minister's official residence, a labor court ruled Wednesday.The court, in its 40-page decision, said testimony by Naftali and other former household employees about Mrs. Netanyahu's alleged abusive behavior was credible.A spokesman at the prime minister's office declined immediate comment on the labor court's verdict.Naftali, who resigned in 2012, said he had been subjected to repeated scolding by Mrs. Netanyahu.
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