'Spies of No Country: Secret Lives at the Birth of Israel' by Matti Friedman reveals the little-known history of pre-state Israel’s first spies – Jews who immigrated from Arab countries but were strangers in both worlds
Kahol Lavan at first argued Netanyahu, who now blasts Gantz for 'dragging magnificent organization that protects Israeli security into politics,' was behind media reports
The head of the country's biggest mosque also blamed 'Zionist business houses' for being behind the attack that left 50 worshippers dead
The former cabinet member was a founding member of the Israeli intelligence community
Even if Iran really turns out to be responsible, it does not amount to more than an embarrassment, Tamir Pardo says
Haaretz report reveals how Mossad enlisted Hollywood producer Arnon Milchan, embroiled in one the prime minister's cases. What we're left with is either an ill-founded line of defense or a dangerous heritage of corruption
Her global, secret operations work has never been published. Luckily, she kept a portfolio of impressive unclassified work at home
Veterans of Israel’s famed signal intelligence corps, already well versed in violence against the helpless, are now indulging in rotten meddling abroad
Psy-Group reportedly pitched to Trump’s campaign its ability to influence results, and in another project is said to have worked to 'disrupt anti-Israel movements from within'
Netanyahu extends classification of secret service documents to 90 years ■ Documents from 1949 would otherwise have been declassified this year
In first visit to Muslim-majority country by an Israeli PM, the two leaders also discuss Israel supporting Chad's fight against terrorism, landmines, and border protection. 'First step in normalization with the Arab world,' PM says
The term 'third rail' refers to the deadly electrified rail on urban trains, implying that Israel-related issues are untouchable for American media
Russia chose the most advantageous candidate and used cyber bots to catapult Trump to the position of U.S. president, Tamir Pardo says
The reductions, amounting to $5.9 billion through 2035, were the result of a court ruling that the police had been discriminated against compared to career soldiers
Fake News Campaign Targets ex-Israeli Defense Chief: 'Ex-Mossad Chief Called Lieberman a Russian Spy'
It is unclear who is behind the website posing as a Harvard University research institute and disseminated by a high quality, forged Twitter account
Trigo to provide grocer Super-Sol with cashier-free shopping technology ■ Startup led by former Mossad chief Tamir Pardo nabs $22 million in new capital ■ Ashdod-based SuperUp raises $15 million for smartphone e-commerce platform
'Incredible series of coincidences. Or, a simple chronology of a Mossad program to kill the JCPOA?' Foreign Minister Javad Zarif tweets
Allegedly exposing the planned attack in Denmark plays into Israel's hands. Now Europe must decide whether it’s worth separating the war on terror from the importance of the nuclear agreement
The film and television industry wants new heroes. It isn’t able to invent the new James Bond, so it uses existing narratives, worked over and distilled to suit a simplistic worldview that has sex appeal and cinematic rhythm
Cohen has a knack for being near the cameras during official ceremonies and his relationship with journalists is much closer than what was customary in the past, signs pointing toward a possible future in politics
Defense establishment asked to lengthen classification period to 90 years, from 70, for material on Deir Yassin massacre, among other events
Well equipped with Israeli intelligence achievements, the prime minister formulated a precise and credible indictment against Iran ■ Those expecting a statement of renewed negotiations with the Palestinians were disappointed
In recounting the life of alleged Mossad agent Ashraf Marwan, Ariel Vromen's disappointing film leaves the most interesting parts of the story off screen
Israel State Archives publish a secret telegram documenting a pre-war warning Mossad chief Zvi Zamir received from a source of an Egyptian-Syrian plot to attack Israel 'toward evening'
With 'Operation Finale' opening in U.S. cinemas, explore Haaretz's extensive archive of the Mossad's audacious 1960 operation and Eichmann's subsequent trial in Jerusalem
The IDF intends on taking another, further step away from the traditional model of the people’s army and will recommend a higher level of differentiation between its tracks of service
Netanyahu sought to pass a resolution that the security forces are ineligible to receive a bonus for 'lack of job security' – despite the linkage between their salary and the salary of standing army personnel
The creator of ‘Crazy Rich Asians,’ Kevin Kwan, talks about rich and powerful Jewish families in the city state, and the Mossad connection in his books
Benjamin Blumberg, anonymous to most of the public, held some the most sensitive security positions in the country for three decades
Israel's Mossad, the second largest spy organization in the West, has grown richer and more sophisticated under Yossi Cohen. But is the director too close to Netanyahu?