Iran Claims Access to 70,000 Secret Documents of Zionist Regime's Judicial System
Iran alleges access to 70,000 secret documents from Israel's judicial system, including claims about Netanyahu's health, stirring international intrigue.
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In a recent announcement, the Tehran Times newspaper reported that Iran has allegedly obtained access to a trove of 70,000 confidential, secret, and top-secret documents from the judicial system of the Zionist regime. These documents are said to contain extensive and exclusive information regarding the state of Israel, its officials, and leaders. The revelation comes at a time when former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is actively working to diminish the influence of the regime's judicial system in the decision-making process.
Among the documents, a portion reportedly pertains to Benjamin Netanyahu personally, alleging that he and his wife have faced recurring psychiatric issues. According to the documents, a member of Yair Lapid's party submitted their medical records to the court, claiming that Netanyahu was unfit to hold public office. After several months of medical document scrutiny, the Israeli court was reportedly prepared to delve into the case. However, the highest judicial authority intervened, issuing a handwritten note stating that the court lacked jurisdiction to proceed further, citing potential national security risks associated with continued investigation.
While the authenticity of these claims remains unverified, Israel has yet to respond officially to these allegations, leaving room for ongoing speculation and debate on the matter.
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