The Israeli newspaper “gaarets” writes about the Russian citizen who has obtained loans worth almost half a billion dollars and escaped to Israel, rejects obligations, citing religious motives. It is reported by RIA “Novosti”.
According to the newspaper, Igor Mobilenow owned a jewelry network “Asuka”, including several duty free shops at the airports of Moscow, Sochi and Novosibirsk. In 2017, he declared bankruptcy, moved to permanent residence in Israel and changed his name to Yitzhak Mabelane.
Sberbank, which Mobilenow-Mabilon owed 267 million dollars, found him with the help of a private investigator and trying to collect the debt through the courts. The claim of Sberbank appears that Mobilenow owed 15 billion rubles, and refuses to return the debt. But the Israeli court rejected the claim, explaining that procedural errors.
Mobilenow lives in her own house in Rishon-LeZion, and evades the return of the debt, explaining that on religious grounds. He told the newspaper that the debt listed is not for him, and his companies were in a difficult financial position because of anti-Russian sanctions of the West. Your moving to Israel, he explains the religious reasons and the fact that, in his opinion, in recent years, Russia’s increased anti-Semitism.