Mossad's misery

Blanche, Ed
January 2005
Middle East;Jan2005, Issue 352, p18
This article reports on Israel's trouble-plagued intelligence service. While the Central Intelligence Agency is trying to sort out just who was responsible for the attack on the American consulate in Jeddah and further gripped by tension between new leaders and senior officers in what is widely seen as a post-9/11 purge by U.S. President George W. Bush administration's hawks, Israel's foreign intelligence service, Mossad, is again being torn by internal feuding believed to have led to the resignation of scores of veteran officers.


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