Israeli Intelligence Community - Further Reading

Further Reading

  • Ephraim Kahana "Reorganizing Israel's Intelligence Community", International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, Volume 15, Number 3, 1 July 2002, pp. 415–428(14)
Intelligence agencies and organizations of Israel
Intelligence Community:
  • Military Intelligence Directorate
  • Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations
  • Security Agency
  • Police
Defense Forces:
  • Air Intelligence Directorate
  • Naval Intelligence Division
  • Intelligence Corps
  • Combat Intelligence Corps
Defunct:
  • Liaison Bureau
  • Scientific Relations Bureau
National intelligence agencies
National intelligence agencies
  • Afghanistan: NDS
  • Albania: SHISH
  • Algeria: DRS
  • Argentina: SI
  • Australia: ASIS
  • Azerbaijan: MNS
  • Bahrain: NSA
  • Bangladesh: NSI
  • Belarus: KGB
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: OSA
  • Brazil: ABIN
  • Brunei: BRD
  • Cameroon: BMM
  • Canada: CSIS
  • Chad: ANS
  • Chile: ANI
  • China: MSS
  • Croatia: SOA
  • Cuba: DI
  • Czech Republic: BIS
  • Denmark: FE
  • Djibouti: BSRG
  • Egypt: GIS
  • Estonia: TA
  • France: DGSE
  • Gambia: NIA
  • Germany: BND
  • Greece: EYP
  • Hungary: IH
  • India: RAW
  • Indonesia: BIN
  • Iran: VEVAK
  • Iraq: GSD
  • Ireland: G2
  • Israel: Mossad
  • Italy: AISE
  • Ivory Coast: NSC
  • Japan: NPA
  • CIRO
  • Jordan: GID
  • Kazakhstan: Syrbar
  • Kyrgyzstan: SNB
  • Kuwait: KSS
  • Latvia: SAB
  • Lithuania: VSD
  • Lebanon: GDGS
  • Libya: MJ
  • Macedonia: DSCI
  • Malaysia: KRD
  • Maldives: NSS
  • Mexico: CISEN
  • Montenegro: ANB
  • Morocco: DGST
  • Mozambique: SISE
  • Netherlands: AIVD
  • New Zealand: NAB
  • Nigeria: NIA
  • Pakistan: ISI
  • Papua New Guinea: NIO
  • Philippines: NICA
  • Poland: AW
  • Portugal: SIED
  • Qatar: QSS
  • ROC: NSB
  • Romania: SIE
  • Russia: SVR
  • Saudi Arabia: GIP
  • Serbia: BIA
  • Sierra Leone: CISU
  • Singapore: SID
  • Slovakia: SIS
  • Slovenia: SOVA
  • Somalia: NSS
  • South Africa: SASS
  • South Korea: NIS
  • Spain: CNI
  • Sri Lanka: SIS
  • Sudan: JAWM
  • Switzerland: NDB
  • Syria: GSD
  • Tajikistan: MoS
  • Togo: NIA
  • Tunisia: TIA
  • Turkey: MİT
  • Turkmenistan: KNB
  • Uganda: ISO
  • Ukraine: SZRU
  • United Arab Emirates: UAEI
  • United Kingdom: SIS
  • United States: CIA
  • Uzbekistan: SNB
  • Vietnam: TC2
Domestic intelligence agencies
  • Argentina: SIDE
  • Australia: ASIO
  • Bangladesh: SB
  • Belarus: KGB RB
  • Brazil: ABIN
  • Canada: CSIS
  • Chile: ANI
  • China: MSS
  • Croatia: SOA
  • Denmark: PET
  • Egypt: Al Watani
  • Estonia: KAPO
  • Finland: SUPO
  • France: DCRI
  • Germany: BfV
  • Greece: EYP
  • Hungary: AH
  • India: IB
  • Iran: NAJA
  • Ireland: NSU
  • Israel: Shin Bet
  • Italy: AISI
  • Kazakhstan: NSC
  • Latvia: DP
  • Lithuania: STT
  • Macedonia: IA
  • Japan: NPA
  • PSIA
  • Netherlands: NCTb
  • New Zealand: NZSIS
  • Nigeria: SSS
  • Norway: PST
  • Oman: ISS
  • Pakistan: IB
  • Philippines: NBI
  • Poland: ABW
  • Portugal: SIS
  • ROC: MJIB
  • Romania: SRI
  • Russia: FSB
  • Serbia: BIA
  • Singapore: ISD
  • South Africa: NIA
  • South Korea: SPO
  • Sri Lanka: SIS
  • Sweden: SÄPO
  • Switzerland: NDB
  • Syria: GSD
  • Turkey: KDGM
  • Ukraine: SBU
  • United Kingdom: MI5
  • United States: FBI
  • Uzbekistan: SNB
  • Vietnam: TC5
Military intelligence agencies
  • Australia: DIO
  • Bangladesh: DGFI
  • Brazil: DIE
  • Canada: Int Branch
  • People's Republic of China: MID
  • Croatia: VSOA
  • Egypt: DMISR
  • Denmark: FE
  • Finland: FMIS
  • France: DRM
  • DGSE
  • Germany: MAD
  • Hungary: KNBSZ
  • India: DMI
  • Israel: MID
  • Italy: CII
  • Japan: MIC
  • Kazakhstan: NSC
  • Macedonia: MSSI
  • Netherlands: MIVD
  • Pakistan: MI
  • Philippines: ISAFP
  • Poland: SKW
  • SWW
  • ROC: MND
  • Romania: DGIA
  • Russia: GRU
  • Serbia: VOA
  • VBA
  • Singapore: MIO
  • Slovakia: VSS
  • Slovenia: OVS
  • South Korea: DSC
  • Sri Lanka: DMI
  • Sweden: MUST
  • Switzerland: MND
  • Syria: MI
  • AFID
  • Ukraine: HUR MO
  • United Kingdom: DIS
  • United States: DIA
  • Vietnam: TC2
Signals intelligence agencies
  • Australia: DSD
  • Brazil: 2ª Sch/EMD
  • Canada: CSE
  • People's Republic of China: SIGINT
  • Croatia: OTC
  • Finland: FIRE
  • France: DGSE
  • Germany: BND
  • India: JCB
  • Indonesia: LEMSANEG
  • Israel: 8200
  • Japan: DIH
  • Kazakhstan: NSC
  • Netherlands: AIVD
  • New Zealand: GCSB
  • Pakistan: JSIB
  • Russia: Spetsviaz
  • South Africa: NCC
  • Sweden: FRA
  • Switzerland: NDB
  • Syria: MI
  • Turkey: SİB
  • Ukraine: Derzhspetszviazok
  • United Kingdom: GCHQ
  • United States: NSA
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