The Mossad’s Fateful 48 Hours Before the Yom Kippur War

A group of former Mossad agents decided to check whether crucial information on the imminent war could have been obtained earlier

Yossi Melman
Moshe Shaverdi
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Moshe Shaverdi

Recently some members of Agmon, an organization of former Mossad operatives and retirees, decided to look at the Mossad’s actions in the years ahead of the Yom Kippur War in October 1973. Their initiative isn’t an official one but did received the blessing of the head of Mossad, David Barnea.

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