Israeli National Security Advisor Guest of "Manama Dialogue" in Bahrain
2021-11-20 - 8:10 p
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain hosts Israeli National Security Advisor Eyal Hulata in the annual Manama Dialogue. Hulata will lecture on nuclear weapons proliferation, while the regime turns a blind eye to its ally, which occupies Palestine, whose arsenal reach 400 nuclear warheads, according to estimates by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.
Hulata held a number of senior management positions in the Mossad, including the head of the strategic planning and policy department and the head of the technology department.
Hulata is tasked with strengthening the strategic political relations necessary for Israel and its security, as well as developing technological solutions to Mossad's needs.
Hulata is 45-years-old, a resident of Kfar Saba in central Israel, and holds a doctorate in physics from Tel Aviv University, in addition to a master's degree in public administration from Harvard University. He is also a graduate of the "Talpiot" program for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) to train technological leadership at the Hebrew University.
He won the Israel Defense Prize during his 23-year tenure in the Mossad.