The dramatic meeting at the Shin Bet headquarters where it was decided to switch to the use of torture on Jewish interrogators
• The rifle that the Kahalani brothers pointed at the head of a Palestinian worker,
who was saved thanks to the Shin Bet's early handling of the weapon
• The fake notes that were waiting in the showers of the detention center for suspects who decreed silence during interrogations
• The letter left behind by the deserter soldier who set out to kill Arabs in the Galilee to stop the secession plan
• The car accident that the investigators fabricated to get the two suspects sitting in the car to confess to attempted murder
• The hand movement that was captured by the security camera in the pita bakery and implicated the suspect in the murder of the boy Muhammad Abu Khadir
• The case in which they piled up The two dokaim, Noam Pederman and Itamar Ben Gvir, about the Shin Bet personnel
and the reverses that prevented the murder of hundreds of schoolgirls and saved the entire Middle East from a deadly mega-attack
In his book and revenge - the story of Jewish terrorism, the journalist and commentator
Roy Sharon analyzes the fascinating phenomenon. In breathtaking stories, while revealing confidential documents and details that have never been published, Sharon outlines for us the motives, the methods of operation and the key personalities behind a series of attacks against Arabs, and on the other hand - the ongoing battle of wits conducted against them by members of the Jewish division of the Shin Bet.
For the past 15 years, Roy Sharon has been closely following the exploits of Jewish terrorism: first as Ma'ariv's settler reporter, then as Channel 10's field correspondent, and these days as a reporter and commentator on military and security affairs for Kan 11. And revenge is a fascinating investigative document, unprecedented in its scope,
called As a suspense book that is all creepy reality.