Bergman has written for The New York Times, where he is a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, Foreign Affairs, and Newsweek in the United States, and for The Times, The Guardian, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, and the Sueddeutsche Zeitung in Europe. He is also interviewed frequently by the media in the United States and Europe, and his work is often quoted in Middle Eastern newspapers in Arabic and Persian. Bergman lectures frequently to academic and military audiences, as well as to the general public. He has been a guest lecturer at academic forums at major universities in Israel and abroad, including Princeton, Yale, Columbia, New York University, Oxford, and Cambridge, and at military and intelligence forums in Israel, the United States and England.

He has published four books in Hebrew, which topped Israeli non-fiction best-seller lists. His books cover corruption in the Palestinian Authority, the 1973 Yom Kippur War, the Iranian nuclear project, and Israeli POWs and MIAs.


His latest book is “Rise and Kill First: The Secret History of Israel’s Targeted Assassinations,” published by Random House. He is a member of the Israeli bar, and has a master’s degree in international relations from Cambridge University, as well as a Ph.D. in history.

Potential Retaliation From Iran

Israel and the United States Heighten Alert Amid Potential Iranian Retaliation After Israeli Airstrike Israel and the United States are on high alert for potential retaliation from Iran following an Israeli airstrike in Damascus that killed seven Iranian commanders. Iran has vowed to avenge the killings but has not disclosed how or when it will retaliate.…

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How Hamas Overran Southern Israel and Killed 1,300

“The 10 gunmen from Gaza knew exactly how to find the Israeli intelligence hub — and how to get inside.
After crossing into Israel, they headed east on five motorcycles, two gunmen on each vehicle, shooting at passing civilian cars as they pressed forward.
Ten miles later, they veered off the road into a stretch of woodland, dismounting outside an unmanned gate to a military base. They blew open the
barrier with a small explosive charge, entered the base and paused to take a group selfie. Then they shot dead an unarmed Israeli soldier dressed in a
T-shirt”. BERGMAN

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