Under heading 'I too am breaking the silence,' ex-Shin Bet chief and former northern police commander publish ad in favor of anti-occupation group, joining other security officials.
Israel Election Updates Ex-Shin Bet Chief Diskin Endorses Herzog: 'Couldn't Be Worse Than Netanyahu'
Four days to go until elections: Kahlon slams Bennett: I was part of nationalist camp before you knew what it was; Zionist Union maintains lead over Likud in final polls before election.
The Netanyahus deny paying designer Moshik Galamin for the tour - meanwhile, a product seen in the clip exposes a product his firm makes; former Shin Bet chief: 'A terrorist organization would pay a fortune to get these details.'
'Any foreign intelligence service or terrorist organization would have paid a fortune to get all of these details,' says Yuval Diskin.
It could be a deterioration in Ukraine, a Pakistan-India crisis or after a U.S. election. Tehran is waiting for a window where the world can’t deal with it, Ehud Barak says.
Hatnuah leader Livni would get second slot in new centrist bloc; Labor's Herzog is also in talks with security experts, including ex-Shin Bet chief Yuval Diskin.
Current head Yoram Cohen is squabbling with the army chief and crafting a religious-Zionist Shin Bet. Israel needs someone better.
After years of right-center and far-right governments, is a center-left coalition for Israel even an option? It is.
Yuval Diskin slams major political parties on the right and in the center in a piece for Yedioth Ahronoth, sets out his vision for saving Israel from itself.
Yuval Diskin also says Israeli-Palestinian peace unlikely: 'It's clear that, considering the current political map, there is no chance the Israeli public will accept a peace agreement.'