Did Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's psychiatrist commit suicide in 2023? No, that's not true: This claim was published in 2010 by a blog that labeled its content "News, Commentary and Satire," and it was recirculated online in 2023. There is no evidence that Netanyahu's psychiatrist, if he has one, committed suicide in 2023.
Dr. Moshe Yatom, a renowned Israeli psychiatrist celebrated for his work in curing severe mental illnesses, was discovered dead in his Tel Aviv home.
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According to the article, Yatom was Netanyahu's psychiatrist. Purportedly, Yatom left a suicide note that "implicated Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as the source of Yatom's despair."
A Google News search of the keywords "Benjamin Netanyahu AND Dr. Moshe Yatom AND suicide" (archived here) did not yield any results that would support this claim.
Legalienate labeled itself as publishing "news, commentary and satire":
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Another version of the same article, also published in 2010, was on another site that labeled the article "political satire."