From Anwar Sadat to Ben Zygier: a tale of Israeli intelligence failures
High-ranking Israeli officials hide behind the claim that if only certain methods had been activated, 'a different intelligence picture would have been presented.'
During the past few years a religious sect has emerged in Israel, and it has been particularly harmful to itself. People have been worshiping little objects attached to telephone lines, and transmitting back the things they've heard. Members of this sect - "servants of intelligence," or "disciples of special methods" - chant outdated hymns: If only the intelligence unit had been monitoring...
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