Former Shin Bet Official on Spy in Gantz's House: A Huge Failure!
The former official in the Shin Bet describes the presence of a spy in the Security Minister's house as a "failure" for the organization, which will have repercussions in the future.
Michael Feinberg, a former official in the Shin Bet Personal Protection Unit, commented on the latest discovery of Israeli spying for Iran from Security Minister Benny Gantz's home.
He was surprised the spy was able to "pass the Shin Bet classification process."
In an interview for the Israeli Army Radio, he added, "There is a situation in which this young man managed to escape. There are talks of local failure with many repercussions."
Yesterday, Thursday, the Israeli security services arrested an employee called Omri Goren, who was serving in housework and cleaning in the house of Security Minister Benny Gantz, on charges of espionage for an Iranian group.
The investigation revealed that "Goren contacted an organization with links to Iran and offered it assistance in espionage, such as planting spyware on the Security Minister's computer, and to prove his seriousness, he photographed several places in Gantz's home."