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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.
The accused are also being tried for supporting the Islamic State and planning a terror attack during the haj.
Dr. Fadi Muhammad al-Batsh was killed in Malaysia on April 21.
By AVRAHAM GOLD
One man was sentenced to death, while six others were sentenced to ten years in prison.
By TAMAR BEN-OZER
Mossad Director Yossi Cohen warned against the Iranians "coasting into the Middle East undisturbed and with very large forces"
Calling the protests “positive developments for Israel’s interests,” Halevy told the Post that the end results of the protest can be to Israel’s benefit.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Iran and the Saudis are putting pressure on Lebanese Prime Minister Hariri to either officially resign as prime minister (the Saudis) or remain in office to help legitimize Hezbollah (Iran).
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Film about the Mossad capture of Adolf Eichmann set to hit theaters this fall.
By AMY SPIRO
"No matter what just happened, we were involved somehow. We have a pretty big conspiracy budget."
Next month will mark 40 years since I made aliyah. Recently I had to confess to myself that if I had to make the decision today to immigrate to Israel, I am pretty sure that I would not do it.
By GERSHON BASKIN
It’s headlined “Fake News,” but in actual fact it’s not. It’s an attempt to find an antidote to fake news.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
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