Colin Kahl’s creepy insinuation was debunked last week. The question is why Biden’s Pentagon pick said it in the first place.
After World War II, some Jews searched for Nazis and Germans and killed them
The extraordinary true cloak-and-dagger tale of how a chance encounter in a London bookstore made peace possible, on the 25th anniversary of the Israel-Jordan accords
Agents disguised as German skinheads intercepted and disarmed bombs intended to harm Munich Jews in 1986
Chris Weitz’s new ‘Operation Finale’ elegantly escapes turning into another dreary film that’s too embalmed in reverence to deal with real emotions
A new exhibition sheds light on the life of Shlomo Cohen-Abravanel, who was renowned in Cairo as the painter Charduval. But just how much of it is true?
Ronen Bergman’s new book about Israel’s secret targeted assassinations program, by the numbers
Forget it, graybeards. The world’s finest espionage agency doesn’t want you.
The UK Lawyers for Israel group accused the show of using “gratuitous slurs” against Israelis
Is Wonder Woman secretly a spy? A Lebanese newspaper has the scoop.
Rokhl’s Golden City: In the off-days of Sukkot: not going to shul, going out with observant friends to hear an all-female klezmer band, and visiting Eichmann at a museum
The best-selling novelist, whose latest book was published today, talks ISIS, writing while watching the news, and his famous protagonist, Israeli master spy Gabriel Allon
A real-life guide to the criminally perplexed
Trump’s intel scandal sheds light on what America gets out of the U.S.-Israel relationship
In the new thriller ‘The Black Widow,’ master Israeli agent Gabriel Allon is forced to confront hard questions about ISIS
Ahron Bregman’s research uncovered Ashraf Marwan as an Egyptian mole and Israeli agent, which led to his apparent suicide. Now in a new book, the historian writes of his regret.
Nicknamed ‘Superman’ by his Arab opponents, Dagan was a fierce and smart warrior who was unafraid to speak his mind
He was one of the greatest spies the Mossad had ever seen. Then he brought his own country to the brink of war.
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