Attorney Yoram Sheftel has won a 35,000 shekel award and 10,000 legal fees from radio colleague Natan Zahavi, after Zahavi called him "Adolph" during a broadcast. Sheftel and Ron Kofman substituted for Zahavi when he was suspended, last year. When he returned, he said that "Kof" [short for Kofman - also "monkey" in Hebrew -ed.] and "Adolph", prompting the libel suit, given the implied association with Adolph Hitler, which the judge accepted.
Some of the money may come from a 20,000-shekel judgement Zahavi received from Channel 10 Television as a compromise in his 60,000-shekel suit connected to a prank on the Tzinor Lailah program.