The Last and Oldest Interviewee One dark night about a month ago, some military vehicles drew up outside the home of Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Yitzhak Pundak in Poleg, a community
After eight years of research and writing my new book Rise and Kill First is being published today. The book includes never-before-reported, behind-the-curtain accounts of key operations, along with hundreds
The KGB’s ‘Active Measure’, which got out of control 50 years ago, misinformation and misdirection from Moscow helped push Israel, Egypt and Syria beyond the brink. The way that Soviet
“I was sure if we didn’t strike Syria’s nuclear reactor, Israel would” In a recent meeting we had in Washington DC, General Michael Hayden recounted one of the most dramatic
Last Saturday, following Friday’s Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlement, Prime Minister Netanyahu bemoaned, that “half a million human beings are being slaughtered in Syria and the Obama administration and the
During 2012 and early 2013 I had a series of interviews with the then-President of Israel, Shimon Peres. The gist of our conversations was published in The New York Times Magazine.
While ISIS is perceived as the main threat to peace in the Middle East, if not the world, Hezbollah is still seen as the primary adversary to Israel. An up-to-date picture of
Exactly 10 year ago a gang of skilled and experienced assassins carried off what seemed to be the perfect hit against the billionaire prime minister of Lebanon, Rafik el-Hariri.
It’s a pleasure for me to use this mailing list and recommend an excellent Haaretz op-ed by my dear friend, Dr. David Scharia , the Coordinator of the Legal and
Very few public figures, I am sure, get to be eulogized twice, fewer make top headlines on both occasions. Ariel Sharon’s unfortunate fate – a stroke that left him in