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Al Jazeera says one of hundreds of intelligence documents it has obtained shows that Mossad assessment of Iranian nuclear threat differed with Netanyahu's statements on the issue.
Defense minister warns that unity government is presenting a facade that is not truly inclined to peace with Israel.
Former Mossad chief responds to Netanyahu's Syria comments, saying now Assad has "legitimate claim" to retaliate.
Pluralism and political bias were never discussed, not even once, in the entire meeting, nor were they mentioned in the decision of the Council for Higher Education that was released to the press, as misstated by your reporter.
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
The story of the unfolding of Israel’s current Iran debacle started with the former head of the Mossad, Meir Dagan.
By HIRSH GOODMAN
Candidly Speaking: Recently been subjected to variety of prominent Israelis besmirching their country for personal agendas.
By ISI LEIBLER
Dagan example is more than enough for Israel seriously to reconsider whether heads of security organizations should be known to public.
Dagan and Diskin jeopardize the international coalition against Iran, demoralize Israelis and embolden Ahmedinejad.
By SARAH HONIG
Diskin’s criticism, essentially a reiteration of a line taken by Dagan after he stepped down, has shaken up the political establishment.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Incremental change will allow the Israeli public to continue enjoying the clear advantages of a parliamentary democracy, while repairing and decreasing the structural flaws of that system.
By ARYE CARMON
When Meir Dagan says the machine of government is broke, and that this is ultimately going to lead to Israel’s downfall, we all know he is right.
Editor's Notes: There has been widespread criticism, but no plausible explanation, for the ex-Mossad chief’s anguished repeated warnings against an Israeli military strike on Iran. Don’t we owe this remarkable individual rather more than a rush to condemnation?
By DAVID HOROVITZ
Former officials' sudden need to speak unflatteringly about the state of the country raises a great deal of public debate.
By LIAT COLLINS
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