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The Ayit Battalion's surveillance operators in action (Photo: Meir Azulay)

Eagle Eye‏

The warfighters of the Ayit Battalion are responsible for surveillance and fire direction in the sector extending from Mount Hermon to the Syria-Jordan-Israel border triangle. "Hezbollah hides under the cover provided by the Syrian Army," says the battalion commander in a special interview

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“There is no Substitute for First-Rate Intelligence”

Jean-Louis Bruguière, formerly the Head of the National Counterterrorism Division of France, says in a special interview to Israel Defense that the secrets to effective counterterrorism are the development of technologies, international cooperation and most importantly – intelligence enabling early spotting of the threats

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Report: Mossad behind Attack on Syrian Weapons Scientist

The New York Times quoted a Middle Eastern intelligence official as saying the Israeli intelligence agency planted the bomb that killed Dr. Aziz Asbar on Saturday. According to the official, this was the fourth time in the last three years Israel has covertly killed a weapons engineer on foreign soil

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“Feeling Hezbollah’s Pulse”

Facing Hezbollah, along Israel's northern border, are the warfighters of the Shahaf Combat Intelligence Collection battalion. “Hezbollah's technological strengthening notwithstanding, the capabilities of the IDF in the field of intelligence collection are prominently superior,” says the Battalion Commander, Lt. Col. Tomer Meltzman. Special visit to one of Israel's hottest border sectors

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Will President Trump "Rip Up" the Iranian Nuclear Agreement

Iran occasionally conducts itself contrary to its commitments subject to the JCPOA agreement, and its policy in the Middle East, as well as its ballistic missile program, contradict the spirit of that agreement. Consequently, specifically against the background of the nuclear threat of Pyongyang, President Trump may not recertify the agreement with Iran on October 15

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Report: Iran attempted to buy nuclear technology illegally 32 times

According to three German intelligence reports that were obtained by Fox News, Tehran tried to buy this technology in Germany. This information was obtained by Fox News, ahead of President Trump’s planned announcement Thursday on whether the U.S. will recertify the Iran deal
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