After intel leak: Former Mossad head says Israel will ‘think twice’ before sharing info with US

In an interview with CBS News, former Mossad head Danny Yatom said that Israel will now “think twice before conveying very sensitive information” to the U.S. following the reports about U.S. President Donald Trump disclosing confidential information, which it obtained from Israel, to Russian officials.
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Former Mossad head Danny Yatom commented on the reports about U.S. President Donald Trump disclosing confidential information to Russian officials, saying that Israel “will think twice before conveying very sensitive information.”

In an interview with CBS News, Yatom said that the issue with the U.S. could be resolved by emphasizing Israel's security needs: “It can be repaired by asking again the Americans not to do it, not to convey such a nature of information, which is very sensitive and probably after a short period of time, the relations will be recovered, unless the phenomena of conveying information to a third party will continue.”

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Earlier today, JOL reported that Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman stressed: “The security relations between Israel and the United States, our greatest ally, are deep, significant and unprecedented in their volume and their contribution to our strength.”



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