“Assange has made no secret of his distrust of Jews, particularly Jews in the media.”
At first blush, it appears like a bombshell: The United States listened in on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s phone calls.
Israeli officials said on Saturday they were not surprised by allegations the United States and Britain had spied on the country’s leaders and played down the importance of any information its allies may have gleaned.
The office of an Israeli prime minister was targeted by British and U.S. spies along with a senior European Union official and German government buildings, according to the latest leaked documents from Edward Snowden published on Friday.
From the Boston Marathon bombing to Edward Snowden to the death of Nelson Mandela, Leonard Fein reviews the news that shaped 2013.
Glenn Greenwald, who has made headlines around the world with his reporting on U.S. electronic surveillance programs, is leaving the Guardian newspaper to join a new media venture funded by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, according to people familiar with the matter.
The partner of NSA-expose journalist Glen Greenwald was detained around the same time as a Jewish activist in the occupied West Bank. Are the situations comparable?
A World War I-era spy law is being used against snooping scandal leaker Edward Snowden. Why have so many Jews found themselves in the Espionage Act’s crosshairs over the years?
Whistleblower Edward Snowden told a German magazine that Israel and the United States created the Stuxnet computer virus that destroyed nuclear centrifuges in Iran.
The National Security Agency has been engaged in massive surveillance of electronic communications in the fight against terrorism. Can this be justified under Jewish law and tradition?