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Gonen Ben-Itzhak, Tel Aviv University graduate and son of a prominent Israeli General, served in the Israeli Navy for three years. Following his military service, he received B.A. degrees in Psychology and Management at Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel.
After the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzah Rabin in 1992, Ben-Itzhak joined the Israeli Secret Service (ISS) known as “Shin Bet” and served in Ramallah, West Bank, as a handler and district manager during the second Intifadah.
During that time, Ben-Itzhak was in charge of one of ISS’s most sensitive operations – handling The Green Prince – ISS’s most valuable recruit.
The Green Prince, whose identity was not revealed for over ten years until 2010, is Mosab Hassan Yousef, the eldest son of Sheik Hassan Yousef. Sheik Yousef was the founder of Hamas in the West Bank and founder of the organization’s political wing. He remains, to this day, a key figure and leader of Hamas.
In 2014, acclaimed documentary film, The Green Prince, featuring Mosab Hassan Yousef and Gonen Ben-Itzhak, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival where it received the Audience Award for best documentary. The film received other awards at the Moscow International Film Festival and at the Israeli Film Festival, and made its United States theatre debut this Fall.
Gonen Ben-Itzhak specialized in counter terrorism within fundamental Muslim factions until 2006, when he left the Shin Bet and started
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