Mossad

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Originally published: 2010

Author: by Michael Bar-ZoharNissim Mishal

Original language: English

Genre: Non- Fiction

Mossad: The Greatest Missions of the Israeli Secret Service by Michael Bar-ZoharNissim Mishal is a mind capturing book which gives a brief history of the best intelligence service of the world

“Mossad” , Israel’s  secret intelligence service is considered to have carried out some of the most clandestine and deadliest assignments to protect its nation against terrorism in every form known and unknown both.

This book gives an insight of all such important real historic missions that Mossad undertook. A book which  takes you through all those emotions of suffering, strength, bravery, happiness, disappointment and many more.  An  hour to hour detailed insight how Iraq’s nuclear assignment was stopped , how the second greatest Nazi revolutionary Adolf Eichmann was captured to how the terrorist group Black September was extradicted.

It is based on the exclusive interviews with people lying in the topmost circles of this intelligence service. There is also hints in this book about the existence of  politics inside the inner circles.

To deal with more than sixty years of history in a book is precisely near to impossible. But both the authors having witnessed and been a part of this glorious activity have done a justifiable job. A must read for all those who want to experience the formidable physical strength that lies as a pillar for Israel.

“A patriot must always be ready to defend his country against his government.”
― Edward Abbey

And that is what Mossad stands for.

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