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Bezek

(bē`zĕk), in the Bible. 1 Country or city of Adoni-bezek. 2 Bivouac of Israel.
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In addition, the Purchasers have updated the Company that they have filed a request to obtain a control permit in Bezeq - the Israel Telecommunications Corporation Limited, as required under the agreements.
Case 4,000 also involves allegations that Netanyahu offered incentives to the Israeli telecom provider Bezeq in return for positive stories in Walla news website.
The third time, the Israeli Prime Minister was accused by the authorities of allegedly favoring the country's largest telecom giant 'Bezeq' in return for more positive coverage of him and his wife, on Bezeq's subsidiary news website, Walla.
Police said they found sufficient evidence that confidants of Netanyahu promoted regulatory changes worth hundreds of millions of dollars to telecom giant Bezeq. In exchange, they believe Netanyahu used his connections with controlling shareholder Shaul Elovitch to get positive press coverage on Bezeq's news site Walla.
Authorities allege Netanyahu awarded regulatory favours to Israel's leading telecommunications company, Bezeq Telecom Israel, in return for more positive coverage of him and his wife on a news website, Walla, owned by the company.
Authorities allege Netanyahu awarded regulatory favors to Bezeq Telecom Israel in return for more positive coverage of him and his wife on a news website, Walla, owned by the company.
The case revolves around suspicions that confidants of Netanyahu promoted regulations worth hundreds of millions of dollars to the Bezeq telecom company in exchange for positive coverage of the prime minister on Bezeq's subsidiary news website, Walla.
The authorities allege Netanyahuawarded regulatory favours to Bezeq Telecom Israel in return for positive coverage of him and his wife on a news website owned by the company.
Investigators questioned the premier at his West Jerusalem home on suspicion that he awarded favors to Israel's telecom company Bezeq Telecom in return for favorable news coverage.
The case centers on potentially illicit dealings and conflict of interest involving Israeli telecom corporation Bezeq and the Walla news website, which Bezeq owns.
The prime minister is also a suspect in two other graft probes.Israeli police questioned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife on Friday for the first time about a corruption case involving the country's largest telecommunications company, Bezeq.
The two are suspected of promoting regulations worth hundreds of millions of dollars to Israel's Bezeq telecommunications company in return for favourable coverage of Netanyahu on a popular subsidiary news site.