By Moti Kfir
"There is an absence of quiet in Sylvia that craves for motion. . . . She is aware that she is distinctive and that she possesses strange and sundry abilities."―From the Mossad's mental evaluate of Sylvia Rafael
When Moti Kfir, head of the Academy for distinctive Operations of the Mossad, first interviewed Sylvia Rafael in a espresso store, he knew she could make an outstanding combatant for Israel's intelligence organisation. She was once outgoing, innovative, really good, and had a expertise for bonding with others. while Kfir warned her that the mysterious task they might met to debate might be harmful, she easily sat again with ease in her chair and smiled.
Sylvia Rafael is the page-turning account of a tender, committed agent as instructed through the guy who expert her. Drawing on broad study and interviews, authors Ram Oren and Moti Kfir inform the tale of Rafael's upward thrust to prominence in the Mossad and her intelligence paintings attempting to find Ali Hassan Salameh―the chief of Palestine's Black September association and the mastermind in the back of the homicide of 11 Israeli athletes on the 1972 Munich Olympic video games. Her team's misidentification in their mark may ultimately result in her arrest and imprisonment for homicide and espionage.
Now to be had in English for the 1st time, Sylvia Rafael deals new perception into the Israeli-Palestinian clash, its heritage, and its human rate. it's a gripping, real undercover agent tale a couple of fearless defender of the Jewish humans.
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