Using blowtorches in the dead of night: The operatives had six hours and 29 minutes to break into the warehouse, obtain the files and flee, reports the New York Times
The Mossad says it regained the hand watch of Eli Cohen, spy who was executed in Syria in 1965. Spy's widow: 'Mossad spoke to us a couple of months ago when the watch was up for sale'
The prime minister ought to be the good guy in the 'wiretapping affair.' Not Netanyahu, but rather those who divulged state secrets, should be held to public account
The prime minister's son is suing a social activist for $39,000 for falsely posting that the PM requested a fake passport for his son to wander the world and hide the family’s alleged ill-gotten gains
Tamir Pardo was tarred and feathered for committing the most cardinal of sins in today's Israel: Speaking out against Netanyahu, the anointed one
Ex-spy Chief Said 'Fun Part' About Mossad Is That It's a Crime Organization. Netanyahu Is Not Amused
Former Mossad chief Tamir Pardo said it's 'a crime organization with a license.' Netanyahu responds: 'Mossad is a glorious organization'
The allegations that he sought to wiretap security officials help suggest that anyone who thinks differently from the prime minister is immediately suspected of sabotaging him
Yoram Cohen says he never got 'specific' instructions from Netanyahu to listen in on Tamir Pardo and Benny Gantz, though the explosive report mentioned a general request to tap a series of confidants
Tamir Pardo divulged info during TV interview, saying he consulted with previous Mossad chiefs, legal advisers about 'who is authorized to give the order to go to war'
One of the Israeli intelligence agency’s most daring missions is being turned into a movie, ‘Red Sea Diving Resort.’ One of the operatives looks back on a breathtaking operation that saved thousands of Ethiopian Jews’ lives in the 1980s