In recounting the life of alleged Mossad agent Ashraf Marwan, Ariel Vromen's disappointing film leaves the most interesting parts of the story off screen
Israel State Archives publish a secret telegram documenting a pre-war warning Mossad chief Zvi Zamir received from a source of an Egyptian-Syrian plot to attack Israel 'toward evening'
With 'Operation Finale' opening in U.S. cinemas, explore Haaretz's extensive archive of the Mossad's audacious 1960 operation and Eichmann's subsequent trial in Jerusalem
The IDF intends on taking another, further step away from the traditional model of the people’s army and will recommend a higher level of differentiation between its tracks of service
Netanyahu sought to pass a resolution that the security forces are ineligible to receive a bonus for 'lack of job security' – despite the linkage between their salary and the salary of standing army personnel
The creator of ‘Crazy Rich Asians,’ Kevin Kwan, talks about rich and powerful Jewish families in the city state, and the Mossad connection in his books
Benjamin Blumberg, anonymous to most of the public, held some the most sensitive security positions in the country for three decades
Israel's Mossad, the second largest spy organization in the West, has grown richer and more sophisticated under Yossi Cohen. But is the director too close to Netanyahu?
The conspiracy memo about Obama aides that circulated in the Trump White House ■ For female candidates, harassment and threats come every day
Middle Eastern spy agency claims Dr. Aziz Asber was working closely with Iran's Quds Force chief on long range missiles capable of reaching Israeli cities