Inside the Netanyahu family's collapsing popularity, from burnt soup to corruption court cases

Inside the Netanyahu family's collapsing popularity, from burnt soup to corruption court cases

Inside the Netanyahu family's collapsing popularity, from burnt soup to corruption court cases The story broke two weeks after he took office. Benjamin Netanyahu had claimed a surprise victory in Israel's 1996 general election, promising to build more Jewish settlements in the West Bank and block the creation of a Palestinian state. But now, everyone was talking about Nannygate. An au pair in the prime minister's household had run to the press, alleging Netanyahu's wife, Sara, had sacked her for …