Fauda, the Israeli TV show that follows a unit of mista'arvim, undercover Israeli operatives who assimilate among the Palestinian population in the West Bank, has been an international hit on Netflix. The show has generated a lot of analysis in the popular press and among scholars, much of it focusing on how it represents Jews and Arabs and whether it offers a fair description of the Arab-Israeli conflict. This article examines the battlefield in which the Israeli agents and their Palestinian counterparts operate not as a site of contesting identities but as a place where brute, physical violence meets advanced cyber technologies as a reflection of the place of modern surveillance technologies in the neoliberal world order.