Report: Israeli Security Fears Iranian Attack On Ex-PM Ehud Barak

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The head of Israel’s domestic security agency is concerned that Iran may attempt to harm former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak while he is overseas, Israel’s Hadashot TV reported Monday.

Shin Bet chief Nadav Argarman met with Barak in Tel Aviv recently to discuss the former politician’s personal security.

Barak served as prime minister between 1999 and 2000 before losing to Ariel Sharon. While a left-wing leader, he joined Netanyahu’s second government in 2009, becoming defense minister. After resigning in 2012, he became a fierce critic of Netanyahu’s and said he held the premier back from an attack on Iran while the two were in government.

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{Matzav.com}

3 COMMENTS

  1. What a joke! If anything, the islamonazis would protect the traitor’s life. Are judenrat infiltrators in Shabak trying to artificially hype up Barak’s political career?

  2. This is all publicity for his book he recently put out. This Barak wanted to give up the Golan Heights to Syria. Iran loves this guy. They could of planted soldiers on the Golan Heights and targeted israel at ease. Iran can keep this lunatic. He also offered 97 per cent of the yehuda veshomron West Bank to Arafat for free. He almost choked in the White House while swallowing a nut while talking to Bill Clinton. Judenrat is too good of a title for this crooked dangerous individual.

  3. Fake news. The Shin Daled has lost all credibility a long time ago. Barak recently came out with a new book and is desperately trying to rejumpstart his political career.

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