By Way of Deception, told to Claire Hoy by former Mossad agent Victor Ostrovsky, chronicles not only Ostrovsky’s four years in training as an agent for Israel’s. Buy By Way of Deception: The Making of a Mossad Officer by Victor Ostrovsky ( ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free . “By way of deception shall you Conquer.” — Mossad’s mottoVictor Ostrovsky was a career Mossad agent. He left Israel’s secret police agency and returned to his.

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Had this call for assassination been made by a Muslim, that same media would have been all over it, first reporting the story and then keeping it alive by themselves, or provoking responses from Muslim wzy the world over.

Maybe it happened but it’s not very likely. Finally, this man said to me, “No hard feelings. They just want the information. Ostrogsky your own judgment in whatever circumstances arise. As it happened, a stray bomb wah the French embassy in Tripoli during the raid. I asked to speak to the manager personally. He told a man he needed a cab because his wife was in the hospital having a baby and he had no money. I learned all this in a phone conversation with Ephraim.

I was surprised when the naval base psychiatrist answered the door. Maxwell retaliated in a lawsuit, but the ground was starting to burn under his feet. The American Jewish community was divided into a three-stage action team. Maxwell wya told to cancel the meeting. After all, Meshad been alive when she left him. Rushdie has expressed his views in a novel, and there is no reason why anybody should not express his views in a novel.


By Way of Deception : The Making and Unmaking of a Mossad Officer

Al’s stations, while outside the embassy, still operate like stations for the most part. Marines and French troops.

Prime Minister Yizthak Rabin summarily expels to a snow- covered ostrovky in Lebanon some Palestinians suspected of aiding and abetting Hamas, a fundamentalist group in the occupied territories that killed six Israeli soldiers in November.

This book came out inand I’ve been sort of half-assedly planning on reading it ever since. On the other hand, all journalists have expe- rienced the high of responding to a tip, only to find that the story it leads to is a dandy.

Makes you wonder why we have such a friendly relationship and why we take their side in the conflict. They told me I had to be within sight. This is very nice book if you want to know the operations of Mossad from the viewpoint of an insider.

But most Mossad people know that Al exists, even if they don’t know exactly what it does.

By Way of Deception – Wikipedia

The man, looking perplexed, replied in English, at which point Halim repeated the story for him in English. When the guards heard the dull thunk behind them, they rushed immediately into the targeted hangar. The Mossad was grooming Saddam for a fall, but not his own. By the way of deception? Alliances between the United States and the Arab nations in the region would then be a realistic prospect. He went on to explain that the program involved two years of training and that the salary would be the equivalent of one rank higher than my present military rank.


They’d love to know what you know about the plant. Victor Ostrovsky’s story sounded more bizarre than most, in the beginning. He gave constant pep talks.

In the months leading up to this theatrical occasion, the American president had truly believed he’d be able to bring about a change in the hardheaded attitudes that had prevailed in the region for decades. Now we want to make certain you’re right for us.

That’s a fair question. He insisted on paying for everything. Two weeks from today, I want you here at 9 a. During all this time, Ran Donovan was actually staying at the safe house where, after each encounter with Halim, he would meet with the head of the station or the second-incommand to plan the next move, write his reports, read the transcripts from the bugs, and go over each and every possible scenario.