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AP Omits Democrat Connections to Alleged Olmert Bribary Source

Israeli PM denies taking illicit donations from American

(AP)-"Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert denied fresh accusations that he illegally accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars from a U.S. citizen, but said Thursday night that he will step down if he is indicted... According to police suspicions, Olmert took hundreds of thousands of dollars in illicit contributions from Jewish businessman Morris "Moshe" Talansky."

According to many sources, Talansky also contributed to Bill Clinton and Rudolf Giuliani:

(Jerusalem Post)-"The man at the center of a criminal investigation that could bring down Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Morris (Moshe) Talansky, is a 75-year-old millionaire financier from Long Island, New York... Both he and Olmert jointly founded the New Jerusalem Fund, a charity aimed at raising money for projects in the capital. The charity has offices both in Jerusalem and New York. The New Jerusalem Fund's Web site has mysteriously gone off-line in recent days.

In the US, Talansky has contributed funds to high-profile politicians from both the Democratic and Republican parties, including former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani and former US president Bill Clinton."

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