The police recommended indicting Sara Netanyahu in the affair in May 2016, after announced that the investigation had been completed and the findings delivered to the State Attorney's Office.
Party leaders described the gathering as an attempt to counter what they believe is a campaign by a hostile media and overzealous police and prosecutors. Radical leftists are trying to bring us down.
Police reported last week that if Harow accepts the state witness deal, he will spare himself prison. All of the ministers and Knesset members from the Likud party have made an appearance, declaring their continued support for the prime minister.
Bluster, however, won't stave off the courts. How far will the persecution of the Netanyahu family go?
The Prime Minister's verbal offensive didn't give much time for the actual allegations against him. That could set into motion early elections for 2018, a year ahead of schedule.
MR YOAZ HENDEL, chairman of the Institute for Zionist Strategies, a right-leaning research group, and a former spokesman for Mr Netanyahu.
According to a Channel 2 News report, it was Harow who was asked by PM Netanyahu to advance the negotiations with Mozes.
"Their aim is to apply illegitimate and nonstop pressure on law enforcement so they file an indictment at any price, with no connection to the truth, with no connection to justice", he said.
Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to a gathering of hundreds of his Likud Party supporters in Tel Aviv on Wednesday.
"The media and the left, which serves it... contrive endless scandals, endless reports and endless headlines so that maybe, maybe something will stick", he told a rally of his right-wing Likud party in a speech broadcast live on the three main Israeli television channels.
Benjamin Netanyahu has been Israel's prime minister since 2009, the longest run since that of Israel's founding father, David Ben-Gurion. He insists he is not selling out Mr. Netanyahu as people understand it to be. A journalist behind the suit says Netanyahu is the "de facto" editor of the paper. Over the past several days, party activists and lawmakers have dedicated time to drumming up support for the rally and pressing party members to come. The charges include gifts including cigars, champagne and jewelry from such figures as Hollywood film producer Arnon Milchan and Australian billionaire James Packer. One case, known as Case 1000, involves allegations concerning inappropriate acceptance of gifts from businessmen. The first one refers to allegations the politician received bribes from an Israeli-American businessman.
Gathering at the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds, the prime minister slammed the media, 'fake news' and the Israeli left.
Opposition politicians like Shelah of Yesh Atid, Labour leader Avi Gabbay and Meretz leader Zehava Galon are already calling for Netanyahu to resign, and analysts are frantically discussing his chances of survival.