Ronen Bergman

Contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine and a senior correspondent for military and intelligence affairs at Yedioth Ahronoth.

Contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine and a senior correspondent for military and intelligence affairs at Yedioth Ahronoth, he is the author most recently of “ Rise and Kill First; The Secret History of Israel’s Targeted Assassinations.”

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Israeli intelligence agents now admit Palestinian leaders have been officially targeted for assassination--2700 times.

Ronen Bergman on Israel’s targeted assassinations

Israeli intelligence agents now admit Palestinian leaders have been officially targeted for assassination--2700 times.

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