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The Mossad is the national intelligence agency of Israel, responsible for intelligence collection, covert operations abroad and counter-terrorism work. The agency also works to bring Jews from countries in which aliyah is forbidden, to Israel.
The Mossad was found in December 1941 under the recommendation of then Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion.
Tamir Pardo is the current head of the agency; He works directly under the prime minister.
The Mossad chief and the era of hi-tech hits as well as Israel’s strongman
The mission was to gather intelligence on an Islamic State plot to transform computers into bombs undetectable by airport security.
Malaysian police also discovered a vehicle used in the assassination, which some suspect was carried out by the Mossad.
Fauda's Lior Raz tells KAN that his Hollywood debut was nothing short of 'a dream'.
By AMY SPIRO
In his second solo interview, as part of this extended profile by The Jerusalem Post, Pardo elaborated at length about what was an unheard-of idea until this week...
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Mossad chief Yossi Cohen presented the watch to Eli Cohen’s family during a ceremony in his honor held a few weeks ago. The watch is now on display at Mossad headquarters.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Ronen Bergman's 'Rise and Kill First' is set to become a TV series on HBO and Keshet.
“I want to make something clear,” Netanyahu said at the start of the weekly cabinet meeting, “the Mossad is not a criminal organization."
By HERB KEINON
"The media reports about the prime minister's instructions given to me during my term as head of the Shin Bet are incorrect."
By TAMAR BEN-OZER,YONAH JEREMY BOB
The request by Netanyahu was connected, according to the report, to the leaking of classified material.
Shabtai Shavit reveals details of secret meetings, his view on a range of nuclear and defense issues and how he was almost swept up in the Pollard saga.
The former IDF intelligence chief made several other observations about important trends in intelligence and technology.
The Jerusalem Post approached people at random on a main street in the Tel Aviv center and of all those who agreed to talk, not one expressed opposition to the US move.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
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