Israeli security service, 1964, from Modern Hebrew shin + bet, names of the initial letters of sherut bitahon (kelali) "(general) security service."
He was confronted: “Do you think these retired shin bet men represent the most leftist people?”
shin bet questions Israeli activists linked to upcoming ‘fly-in’ protest.
Down the corridor, two shin bet guards protect his room; the staff provides regular physiotherapy.
The third—and final—strike was that I refused to give the shin bet officer my Palestinian contacts when he requested them.
Yedioth, p. 40) (Note: Blogger Richard Silverstein identifies his father as a shin bet agent.
So upon his release in 1997, Yousef agreed to a meeting with shin bet.
However, the former heads of the shin bet are not giving up hope.
The shin bet chiefs control the lives and events of those in the territories.
shin bet claimed that Hamas was responsible for 10 of 32 kidnapping attempts on the West Bank since the beginning of 2014.
Director Dror Moreh secured access to six of the last seven shin bet directors.