Uri Bar-Joseph's 'The Angel' details the sensational life and early death of Ashraf Marwan, who gave Israel crucial intel prior to the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
Ari Shavit believes Israel can be saved if we can find a way to make Israelis see sense about the dangers of the occupation — even though, after numerous attempts by many fine patriots, no one has managed it to date.
The Iraqi immigrant helped finance the construction of the nuclear reactor in Dimona.
Israeli tycoon left a Mossad career for business, won the bottling franchise in Israel in 1967 and built a business empire with the profits.
'Another gatekeeper has broken the silence,' opposition lawmaker says in response to Tamir Pardo's statements.
In an unusual step, Putin's national security adviser officially announces the Israeli spy agency head's visit.
Ya'alon Takes on Coalition Chair: 'Political Attempts to Destroy Defense Establishment Are Shameful'
Coalition chairman David Bitan says 'something happens' to those who head Mossad and Shin Bet that 'makes them left-wing.'
Fred Kaplan's 'Dark Territory,' on key cyber warfare incidents in the last 30 years, offers some tasty tidbits about Israel, that self-declared cyber powerhouse.
Aslam Chowhury, of the BNP party, is accused of meeting the Israeli in India as part of purported plot by his party to seize control of Bangladesh.
Israel's testosterone-happy generals are inculcating their legacy of mostly needless operations to fifth-graders. The results? Maybe by 18 they won't ask any questions.