Israeli PM Netanyahu 'may get arrested' if he enters Spain

10:55 AM | 17 Nov, 2015
Israeli PM Netanyahu 'may get arrested' if he enters Spain
MADRID (Web Desk) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu may get arrested if her dares to enter Spain as a judge has issued an arrest warrant for him along six  others in a case regarding Freedom Flotilla attack of 2010, reported Herald Tribune.

According to reports, a Spanish national court judge Jose de la Mata has ordered the police authorities and civil guards him if Netanyahu and six accomplices enter the country, hinting at beginning their trial in the case.

The case was put on a hold by the judge last year.

Others named in the warrant are Israel's former defence minister Ehud Barak, former foreign minister Avigdor Leiberman, former minister of strategic affairs Moshe Yaalon, former interior minister Eli Yishai, minister without portfolio Benny Begin and vice admiral maron Eliezer, who was in charge of the operation against Freedom Flotilla in 2010.