The Damage That One Israeli Intel Officer Can Cause

Although the IDF officer was not abused in prison and confessed to his crimes, the episode still raises critical questions

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
Amos Harel
Amos Harel

The intelligence officer who was arrested secretly and died in prison last month, under circumstances that have not been clarified in full to the public, this week became almost a popular hero. Many remain uneasy about the episode. How did it happen that a brilliant, highly motivated young man who was serving in the heart of the Israel Defense Forces’ technological system ended his life this way, with no one being called to account in the meantime?

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