Eitan Ben-David to be new Counter Terrorism Bureau chief

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March 1, 2012 15:06

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu announced Thursday the appointment of former senior Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) official Eitan Ben-David to head the National Security Council's Counter Terrorism Bureau.

Ben-David will replace Nitzan Nuriel, who held the position for four years.

Ben-David, 49, served in the Shin Bet for 26 years in a variety of senior positions, most recently as deputy heady of security.

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