The field is now subject to the Wassenaar Arrangement, which regulates technology that can be used for both civilian and security-related purposes
Massive Israeli Data Leak Is Treasure Trove for Iran Intel. It Can Jeopardize Mossad and Special Ops
Israel boasts about its cyber capabilities and security. But what happened last week is criminal neglect that should alarm us all
Secret forays to Gulf countries are a regular flight path for Israeli security officials and businesspeople. Now Netanyahu wants to publicize his own trips
Opinion Bribes, Bombs and Saudi Billionaires: The Secret History of Israel’s Explosive Relations With Sudan
Netanyahu wants Sudan to join the 'friends of Israel' club of Sunni Arab states. The Mossad, with Saudi help, has tried that before
Scientists at the Institute for Biological Research know that the prime minister's order to start a 'vaccination project' in the wake of China's outbreak is spin, at best
For more than half a century, a powerful convergence of interests has united Israel and Oman, the third Arab country after Lebanon and Jordan to maintain secret ties with the Mossad
What led him to betray his country, how did he make contact with the Israelis, was he a double agent? In an exclusive interview, the man who ran the Egyptian spy Ashraf Marwan tells all
'Nisman: The Prosecutor, the President and the Spy,' a Netflix series on the case, does not solve the mystery of Nisman’s death, and it’s doubtful the truth will ever come to light
The former Fatah leader in Gaza, who fled to the UAE following the Hamas takeover of the Strip, has emerged as a shadowy wheeler-dealer and has even been mentioned as a possible successor to Palestinian President Abbas
Israel's security apparatus is in bed with an over-collaborative judiciary to hide dirty deals and espionage from public scrutiny
The late commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ Quds force believed he was capable of creating a Shi’ite empire in the Middle East
Jamal Jafaar Ibrahimi is the leader of militia Kataib Hezbollah, whose targets were struck by the U.S. With Iran's aid, he has amassed 25,000 fighters
An Israeli Military Intelligence veteran’s arrest in Cyprus is an object lesson in the hazards of commercializing defense technologies
Western intelligence sources cited by the French newsletter Intelligence Online say Gen. Reza Shahi has 400 fighters behind him. He’s just one card in the hands of the Tehran regime, as a CIA veteran tells Haaretz
Last week, Israel tested what foreign reports said was a nuclear-capable Jericho missile amid reports that Iran has deployed its own missiles in Iraq, 400 kilometers from Israel
Chinese companies are building Israeli tunnels, ports and more. The government is keen on investment from Beijing, but Australian MP Andrew Hastie says there’s a limit
Decades after the Eli Cohen affair there are still many questions, some minor, others major - among them, the way in which Syrian counterintelligence identified the Israeli spy (from the archive)
Israel has never admitted to the 2007 bombing of a Syrian nuclear reactor. This is the inside story of how the facility's existence was established and how it was destroyed.
According to the New York Times, an Israeli director is seeking to turn Arnon Milchan's biography into a motion picture.
Does this country have an underlying strategy of expansion, or are its widening borders a natural consequence of the Arab-Israeli conflict? 'Borderline Choices' takes readers on a tour of some of the seminal decisions that have affected Israel's de facto map.
It is obvious that recent Obama administration rhetoric is not intended only to win re-election. It is also intended to signal to Iran that the United States stands by its word.
Explosions, deadly computer viruses and other sorts of 'accidents' - someone is targeting Iran's nuclear project: either the Western intelligence agencies, internal opposition groups, or both.
The Mossad's attitude toward journalists: Respect them, suspect them and use them.
London Times quotes Israel intelligence officials as saying that satellite images show this week's reported blast in Isfahan was 'no accident.'
According to reports, frightened residents called the fire department after the blast, forcing the city authorities to admit there had been an explosion.
Officials provide conflicting reports concerning reports of an explosion near home of key nuclear site; U.S.: We have limited ability to confirm reports 'on the ground.'
Semi-official Fars news agency says blast heard distinctly in several parts of the western Iran city; a uranium conversion plant near Isfahan went online in 2004.
German newspaper Die Welt reports that Pyongyang has provided the countries with ‘maraging steel,’ used to upgrade missiles and centrifuges.
Comment by top Iranian official comes as Intelligence Online says U.S. Congressman Mike Rogers arrives in Beirut to probe reported exposure of U.S. intel squad in Lebanon.