Almog had a son, Eran, who was born brain-damaged. Eran lived in a home for the disabled in Aleh in Israel. He passed away in February 2007.
He lead the campaign to murder the Palestinians responsible for the attentate of the Olympic Games in Munich in 1972. This is significant because it has been revealed that this attentate was a Mossad operation intended to change the public opinion in favour of Israel, and that the Palestinians who carried it out were collaborators. There are many incongruences in the official story of this attentate.
Almog served as a commander of a Paratroopers Company in the Sinai, and he lead numerous battles against the Egyptian army. During these campaigns he was responsible for the murder of Egyptian war prisoners.
In 1983-1985, General Almog participated in operations which brought approximately 6.000 foreigners from Ethiopia to steal the Palestinian lands. There is great doubt among the Rabbinate whether these Ethiopians are actually Jews. In his most recent post as the head of the IDF Southern Command from 2000-2003, he was responsible for thousands of assassinations in the West Bank and Gaza.
General Doron Almog ordered the destruction of fifty nine civilian homes in reprisal for the deaths of Israeli soldiers.
Almog has overall responsibility for Israeli the operations and all the crimes against the civilians in the Gaza Strip.
On September 10, 2005, as he arrived in London, he did not exit the airplane and he was forced to flee Britain, because a British lawyer, Daniel Machover, acting for the human rights organization "Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights" filed a criminal complaint against Almog for crimes against humanity. Almog learned from the Israeli consulate that a warrant had been issued for his arrest for violating the Geneva Conventions in connection with the destruction of homes in Gaza.