Gantz-Bennett Tensions Seethe Over Secret Mossad Operation

According to sources, the defense minister was enraged by the prime minister's revelation of the mission to gather intel on MIA navigator Ron Arad in his speech kicking off the winter session in Israel's parliament

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The tensions between the Prime Minister’s Office and of Defense Minister Benny Gantz have heightened in the wake of reports on the Mossad operation to find new information on the fate of missing Air Force navigator Ron Arad, say officials in the offices of both men, as well as other senior political leaders in the coalition.

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