Tamir Pardo

Gantz on 'submarine affair': Investigation committee vital to security

The meeting was held a day after the High Court of Justice rejected three appeals, made by the MQG and others, to establish a national investigations committee regardless of government approval.

Ex-Mossad chief Tamir Pardo: Netanyahu broke policy with Iran, US

Netanyahu's non-strategy led to 60% nuke enrichment

YORAM COHEN (second from right) sits down with (from right) former Mossad chief Tamir Pardo

Court rejects Netanyahu's request for ex-Mossad chief's police testimony

Pardo came to testify to police about an unrelated case and happened to unexpectedly make some comments relevant to the Netanyahu case during that session.

VIEW OF a damaged building after a fire broke out at Iran’s Natanz Nuclear Facility, in Isfahan on J

Ex-Mossad chief Pardo has no criticism of hit on Iran's Natanz

Pardo suggested Israel support the two-phase approach of the Biden administration – especially the second phase of lengthening and strengthening the JCPOA.

Ex-Mossad chief: No peace for region on the horizon

Are we living in an era that will bring us to peace or thinking of peace? Unfortunately, I don’t think so,” said the former Mossad chief.

Mossad chief Tamir Pardo

Ex-Mossad Chief Pardo: PM lied about why he green-lighted submarine sale

On Sunday, Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit published a letter denying that Netanyahu had told him the secret about why he green-lighted Germany’s desire to sell submarines to Egypt.

Missiles and a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Tehran, Iran

Former Mossad chief: In 2011, Netanyahu ordered 2-week Iran attack plan

The former Mossad chief decided to examine whether the prime minister was even authorized to issue a directive that could drag Israel into the war.

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31/05/2018
Mossad chief Tamir Pardo

Ex-Mossad chief: Trump may exit Iran deal, but we’ll still need a new one

“So what is going to be next?” after Trump exits the deal, he asked. “We should have another deal at the end of the day.”

A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him

Ex-Mossad head: Israeli cybersecurity isn’t enough

Sovereign governments face many challenges in erecting cyberdefenses, notably the many months or years it takes to develop and install defensive software.

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