The heads of the Shin Bet Israel Security Agency and Mossad on Sunday named a chief rabbi for the intelligence services.
A., a known figure in the national-religious sector, will be tasked with catering to agents’ spiritual needs.
The Shin Bet confirmed the report, first published by B’Sheva reporter Dvir Amar. The weekly is part of Israel National News, an Israeli media network catering to the religious-Zionist public.
The Shin Bet did not elaborate on the exact scope of the rabbi’s position and responsibilities, saying that the information was classified.... Read More: Israel Hayom