Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Carmi Gillon (born January 1950) (Hebrew: ×›×¨×ž×™ ×’×™×œ×·×Ÿâ€Ž) is an Israeli politician, and a former Israeli ambassador to Denmark and head of Shabak, the Internal General Security Service of Israel. After the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, he attracted criticism for failing to provide adequate security. Carmi Gillon is currently the mayor of the Jerusalem suburb Mevasseret Zion and vice-president of external relations for the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Gillon was born in Jerusalem into a well known family of lawyers who resided in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Rehavia. His grandfather, Gad Frumkin, was the only Jewish judge to serve at the Supreme Court of Palestine under the British Mandate and was also a member of the Hebrew University''s Board of Governors from the 1930s until his death. His father, Colin Gillon, was a state attorney, and his mother Saada Gillon (nÃ©e Frumkin) served as Deputy Attorney General.
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