Shin Bet and the Mossad are embroiled in a heated dispute over their respective intelligence gathering responsibilities. Who’s supposed to keep an eye on Gaza?
Three of Israel’s senior ex-defense officials came out last week, almost simultaneously, with blistering attacks on the security policies of Netanyahu’s coalition.
Avigdor Liberman, Bibi Netanyahu’s foreign minister and perennial rival, has ended his alliance with the Likud over his spurned demands for harsher strikes on Hamas.
The gravest danger for the Jewish state is not a nuclear Iran but conflict with Palestinians. So says the director of the Mossad, contradicting Benjamin Netanyahu.
Retired Israeli security insiders have been warning for years about the danger of an explosion of violence. Now that the explosion is here, uniformed brass are also speaking out.
N.J. Hillel Hosts 1-Stater. Relax, She’s Right-Winger
John Kerry has gotten a ‘sobering’ dose of hardline reality from Benjamin Netanyahu. He now may push a U.S. peace plan to outflank the Israeli leader.
Members of Israel’s security elite harshly criticized Netanyahu’s Iran policy. That probably was not what the organizers of a New York conference expected.