Former Mossad Chief Blasts Israeli Leaders at Tel Aviv Rally
Former Mossad chief Maj. Gen. (res.) Meir Dagan slammed the current administration on Saturday night in front of a crowd of some 80,000 at a rally in Rabin Square. “I fear our current leadership,” he said, warning that the Gaza war “ended with no deterrence and no diplomatic achievements.”
“I am here as a soldier who wants to do everything required and possible for the state that I have dedicated 45 years to defend. I have no other aspirations,” he told a receptive crowd in the square where Labor prime minister Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated almost two decades ago.