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Aharon Ze'evi-Farkash (Hebrew: אהרן זאבי-פרקש‎) (born 1948) is an Israeli general. He was the head of the Israeli Military Intelligence Directorate (Aman) from 2002 to 2006.[1] Aharon Ze'evi-Farkash was born in Romania. He received a B.A. and M.A. in Middle East and Islam Studies from Tel Aviv University, as well as an AMP/ISMP from Harvard Business School.

He commanded the IDF Technological and Logistics Branch and the IDF Planning Branch. He is head of the Intelligence and National Defense Program[2] of the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) at Tel Aviv University. According to Der Speigel, before his retirement from the military he set up a secret commission to evaluate all available information on the missing Israeli navigator Ron Arad. The commission concluded that Arad died sometime between 1993 and 1997.[3]

In 2006, Ze'evi-Farkash founded FST21 Ltd., Advanced Security Technology Services, providing technologies and services for home safety and container security.[4] FST21 has developed an award-winning building safety and security system that acts as a virtual doorman.[5]


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