Warning to Iran: The Mossad's Ruthless Pursuit of Egypt's Missile Scientists

There's a good reason the Mossad just declassified its account of how Israel pursued, recruited and killed German scientists building weapons of mass destruction for Nasser (even using a Nazi war criminal): Just translate the Arabic threats into Farsi

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Amir Oren
Amir Oren
Amir Oren
Amir Oren

Germany in the 1960s, on either side of the Berlin Wall, is the stuff of intelligence legend – immortalized by John le Carré classics like “The Spy Who Came In from the Cold.” But now comes another product of that gray and grainy decade to give intelligence aficionados food for thought. And despite being defrosted after many decades in the freezer, it has a surprisingly fresh taste.

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