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"Wanted": Photo and details of the designated GSS chief distributed on Palestinian networks | Israel Today

2021-09-29T00:59:31.769Z

The publication of R.'s picture is prohibited by law until his appointment is approved by the Committee for the Appointment of Senior Officials.



Palestinian sources this evening (Sunday) circulated the alleged details of the GSS chief designated R. on social media.

According to his Twitter account, which distributed the information, its source is Hamas terrorist intelligence and the purpose of the distribution is revenge for the elimination of the terrorists in Judea and Samaria at night. The publication of R.

The details included, according to the information distributors, the name of the commander of the General Security Service, his city of residence and his address.

The details were circulated along with the commander's alleged photo and a "wanted" caption attached to the photo.

Surfers on the social network Twitter attached threats and death wishes to the information.

R., 55, married and a father of three, holds a bachelor's degree in political science and philosophy from Tel Aviv University and a master's degree in public administration from Harvard University, and currently serves as deputy head of the Shin Bet.

Rabbi performed his military service in the IDF as a fighter in the General Staff Reconnaissance Regiment, and then enlisted in the GSS as a fighter in the Operations Unit.

In 2011 he was appointed head of the GSS Operations Division, in 2016 he was appointed head of the headquarters division responsible for the organization's power building and in 2018 he was appointed deputy head of the service, a position he has held for the past two and a half years.

Participated in the preparation of the article: Lilach Shoval

Source: israelhayom

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