Opinion How Netflix Fell in Love With the Mossad

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

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When I was in sixth grade, my father received a gift from his work, a book entitled “It was Top Secret: 30 Intelligence and Security Affairs in Israel,” by military historian Yosef Argaman. It wasn’t a...