Mossad’s chief pointed out that Irans technical nuclear archive, that had been stolen and brought to Israel for analysis, proved Iran was lying about the nature of its nuclear program and should military action need to be taken, now is the time, while a decisive president is in the White House.
By Yochanan Visser
Mossad chief Yossi Cohen, during a speech at a security conference in Herzliyah, Israel, disclosed a range of activities his organization undertook over the past few years and which have saved countless lives across the globe.
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At the Cyber Week Tel Aviv University Conference, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu admitted how Israel has used its cyber intelligence capabilities to thwart around 50 ISIS terrorist attacks or Iranian sponsored attacks in dozens of countries worldwide.
US President Trump’s senior adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner, and Middle East special envoy Jason Greenblatt lead conference of intel chiefs from moderate Arab countries, that included the head of Israel’s Mossad.
By Nitzan Keidar
Beneath the surface, relations between Israel and moderate Arab countries are growing, but a significant expression of this was given ten days ago at a secret and joint meeting of heads of intelligence agencies from all over the region.
The conference was initiated by senior adviser and son-in-law of US President Donald Trump, Jared Kushner, and Middle East special envoy Jason Greenblatt.
Palestinian Authority security chief Majid Faraj (left) and Mossad head, Yossi Cohen by Kobi Gideon,GPO
The conference was attended by Jordanian General Intelligence chief Adnan al-Issam al-Jundi, General Abbas Kamel, head of the Egyptian Mukhabarat, Khaled bin Ali al-Humaidan, head of the Saudi intelligence agency, and Mossad chief Yossi Cohen. Continue Reading »
In a complete turnaround from the harsh attention Israel’s media has allocated to besmirch Sara Netanyahu, the Jerusalem Labor Court President admonished plaintiff’s attorney saying, “When I read the lawsuit, the impression I got was that it was clearly meant for the ears of someone other than the court.”
• Netanyahu family: We have no doubt the truth will come out in court.
By Yair Altman
The Jerusalem Labor Court on Wednesday leveled harsh criticism at a lawsuit filed by a former employee at the Prime Minister’s Residence, saying it was clearly meant to influence “someone other than the court.” Continue Reading »