The story of the elephant painted on a toilet is one of the most painful stories in Israeli politics.

It is also one of those stories that many Israelis are ashamed of.

It’s not just the painting.

It was a scandal in which the prime minister was caught red-handed lying to the public about the identity of the painting’s owner.

It exposed a deeply rooted conflict of interests between Israel’s security services and the state’s most powerful lobby, the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community, which has a disproportionate share of its members in the Israeli parliament.

The scandal exposed the prime minster’s alleged misuse of power to protect himself and his family from public scrutiny.

But it also exposed the role of his closest aide, Yehuda Weinstein, who was forced to resign from the cabinet over his handling of the affair.

Weinstein was the one who had initially accused the prime ministers son, Ben-Ami, of the charge against the painting, which he denies.

It also exposed an awkward alliance between the prime mensch and his closest ally in the Knesset, MK Yair Lapid, who, like the president, is a member of the ultra and ultra-orthodox religious factions.

Lapid and his supporters have been accused of trying to block the prime ministerial approval of the bill to ban the painting from being displayed in public.

Lepid and Weinstein, for their part, are trying to maintain a public image that they are acting in good faith.

Their allies say that the prime Minister’s son has been accused by a journalist and others of being a thief and a con man.

The media has published several false stories about the painting and the prime, who has denied the allegations, has repeatedly said that the painting is a sacred and authentic work of art.

But in reality, many of the charges against the prime were based on a single story, and they were based not on what was actually said, but on a report by a friend of the prime and his son who claimed that he saw the painting on the toilet.

Weinstein was forced out of the government in January over the painting scandal.

And his replacement in the government, MK Zehava Galon, is under intense pressure to resign, with many of her own party members accusing her of mishandling the affair and of not doing enough to clear Weinstein’s name.

In the wake of the scandal, there has been a dramatic escalation in the number of cases of alleged child abuse by Orthodox rabbis, as well as accusations of sexual misconduct by the prime.

In the past, Israeli courts have found that the children involved in the affair were not the victims of child abuse, and that the perpetrators were simply the children of rabbis who did not want to be in the spotlight.

This time, there was no clear evidence that any of the accusations were true, and there was not a single case in which children had been harmed by the alleged perpetrators.

Lipstadt’s allegations have been widely circulated.

They have been shared on Facebook and other social media, and some have been published in newspapers.

The prime minister’s office has been forced to defend the prime in public statements.

The defense minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, has been called a liar.

Some in the media have even accused the government of trying a double standard in their investigation.

In reality, there are several reasons why this scandal has been so damaging to the prime’s reputation.

For one thing, the painting has a long history in Israeli society.

There are hundreds of images of Jewish-themed murals and works of art from the 1920s to the present.

The public has a right to know what the prime has done to protect his family, and it is hard to imagine a more important public scandal in Israel’s history than the one that has engulfed the prime office.

For another, the prime is an extremely powerful figure.

His family has been in power since 1948, when he was born, and he has a reputation as a man of deep, religious loyalty.

He has often said that he was raised by his grandmother, the granddaughter of the founder of the Israelite Movement, Jacob.

This is a tradition that has deep roots in Israel.

He is a devout Zionist and the son of a member in the Israel Defense Forces.

It makes him a particularly popular figure, and many in Israel feel that he should be able to control what happens in his own home.

The fact that the affair has been politicized to the point where even a relatively small scandal could cost the prime his political career should give us pause about the way that the Israeli public has reacted to the painting controversy.

Even after the scandal was revealed, most Israelis seemed to believe that it was not real, and were ready to believe anything the prime said.

This is a prime minister who was once the head of a very powerful political party.

He had been a prime ministerial candidate for many years, and a strong supporter of a number of ultra-religious and right-wing politicians.