The Strategic Affairs Ministry's leaders see themselves as the heads of a commando unit, gathering and disseminating information about 'supporters of the delegitimization of Israel' – and they prefer their actions be kept secret.
Some 20,000 photographs taken by Zoltan Kluger have been posted on the Israel State Archives website and are freely accessible to the public. Who knows who you might find there.
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Iraq pauses its push to recapture western Mosul from ISIS over the high rate of civilian casualties.
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