Billionaires Packer At Center of PM Netanyahu Case, Sought To Recruit Mossad Chief

Reports on the police investigation into suspicions of graft by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have focused on stories of lavish gifts of cigars, pink champagne and Mariah Carey concert tickets. Read more

Mossad Chief Meets With Russian Defense Officials In Moscow

Mossad Chief Yossi Cohen visited Moscow on Friday and met with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s national security adviser as well as the head of SVR, the Russian foreign intelligence service. Read more

Jordan’s King Met Mossad Chief

The head of Israel’s Mossad met with Jordan’s King Abdullah in Amman in part to discuss Russian military intervention in embattled Syria, according to a report released Friday by the news site Middle East Eye. Read more

Mossad Chief Yossi Cohen Visited Washington

New Mossad chief Yossi Cohen secretly visited Washington 10 days ago, TOT has learned, his first visit since assuming office. Read more

New Mossad Chief: Israel Still Needs God’s Help

The Prime MInister’s National Security Adviser Yossi Cohen, who on Monday was named as the next head of the Mossad, gave a particularly powerful speech at his synagogue on Saturday, noting how Israel was established with God’s help and needs His help today just as much. Read more

PM Benjamin Netanyahu Names New Mossad Chief

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu named current National Security Advisor Yossi Cohen, 54, as head of the Mossad on Monday, replacing Tamir Pardo who took up the position in January 2011. Read more

Mossad Enraged After PM Netanyahu Hints At External Candidate For Agency Chief

Israel’s spy agency, the Mossad, was in the midst of an upheaval, after Netanyahu’s candidate for the position of agency chief was revealed to be Ido Nehushtan, Israel’s 16th air force chief. Read more

Akunis: Dagan Has Personal Vendetta Against Netanyahu

Deputy Environmental Protection Minister Ofir Akunis (Likud) sharply criticized former Mossad chief Meir Dagan on Sunday, after the latter smeared Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu at a leftist rally with some 30,000 in attendance Saturday night. Read more