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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In surveillance, each minute detail is reported after each stage back to the safe house, where the team digests the information and plans the next step. At first, Maxwell was told that he meeting would take place in Madeira and that he’d receive as much money as he needed to calm the situation. After dinner we were told to complete a detailed report by the morning on every activity we had been involved in that day, omitting nothing — no matter how insignificant it might seem. Retrieved April 26, And like so many recruits, he wasn’t even aware ostrovskh it.
Martin’s PressJun 15, – Fiction – pages 3 Reviews https: When you’re in the service, normally you walk in and there are guys there. We checked his address and there’s nothing there. My grandparents were very idealistic. The first was security, which would be taught by Shaback instructors, and the second was called NAKA, an abbreviation meaning a uniform writing system.
That the book is 20 years out of date gives it far less oztrovsky sense of urgency than it probably once had. I could sense from the tone of his voice that he was extremely stressed. Sep 15, Katie rated it liked it Shelves: Two other major buildings, both vital to the plant, were badly damaged.
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In the ensuing confusion, the Mossad people would kill the “perpetrators,” scoring yet another victory for the Mossad. The other method of finding a target is to have a beacon, a homing device, as a guide. Although it would be sufficient to od that after a book such as this is printed major internal changes must have taken place within such an organization. Obama should Release Ukraine Evidence July 29, http: What the Mossad really feared was that Iraq’s gigantic armywhich had survived the Iran-Iraq war and was being supplied by the West and financed by Saudi Arabia, would fall into the hands of a leader who might be more palatable to the West and still be a threat to Israel.
The Mossad clique added its share, in order to more precisely define the threat as if it were coming from a group affiliated with none other than Abu Nidal. Ostrovsky does not deserve. It was none the less a fascinating, chilling read.
With that in mind, it would be a foregone conclusion where the breach was.
By Way of Deception?
Welcome to the Mossad. In a modern-day twist on the Trojan Horse, the Israelis had hidden a team of five neviot saboteurs and a nuclear physicist, all dressed in regular street clothes, inside a large metal container, slipping them into the security area as part of the three-truck convoy, based on information obtained from Halim.
Sherf — better known as Araleh, a nickname for Aharon — stood there leaning on the table, then straightened up, then leaned again. I’ll be here in two weeks. And I really wanted to pass. You’ve already passed quite a few tests.
Each phonetic sound has a number. And then came this call from Maxwell, insisting he must meet his contact on a matter of deceeption urgency. That way, if anyone did manage to walk past the outside surveillance and try to unlock the door, they would probably think the lock was broken and go for assistance, giving those inside more time to get away unobserved.
Under that, you wrote, for example, “in reference to your letter 3J,” and the reference date. Plotting on its own behalf, and for petty, self-serving reasons, it dexeption set the nation on a collision course with deceprion war. Jun 14, Evren rated wat really liked it. After handing in the envelopes containing their new identities, the group was taken by bus to a well-known apartment-hotel resort called the Country Club, outside Tel Aviv on the road to Haifa.
He tells how they tracked Yasser Arafat by recruiting his driver and bodyguard; how they withheld information on the whereabouts of American hostages, paving the way for the Iran-Contra scandal; and how their intervention into secret UN negotiations led to the sudden resignation of ambassador Andrew Young and the downfall of his career.
By Way of Deception : The Making and Unmaking of a Mossad Officer
Their job was to hold this position to ensure an escape route for the team now headed for the city. One of the main themes of this book is Victor’s belief that the Mossad xeception out of control, that even the prime minister, al- though ostensibly in charge, has no real authority over its actions and is often manipulated by it into approving or tak- ing actions that may be in the best interest of those running the Mossad, but not necessarily in the best interests of Is- rael.
Unfortunately for him, when he went to the chosen apartment with his story and asked the tenant if byy could look up at the antenna from his balcony, he discovered the man was employed by the antenna company. In interviews later with an Egyptian newspaper, his wife, Zamuba, said the couple and their three children two girls and a boy had been about to leave for a Cairo vacation.
Victor Ostrovsky is a former member of Israel’s spy agency, the Mossad, who wrote the book. When Halim arrived at the Amsterdam office in the limousine that met him at the airport, the others were already there.
I was taken to another small room off the corridor. Grateful, the man asked Halim where he was headed. In the United States, for instance, the director and deputy directors of the CIA are first nominated decsption the president, subjected to public hearings by the Senate select committee on intelligence, and finally must be confirmed by a majority in the Senate.
He gave constant pep talks.
Victor Ostrovsky on Mossad – By Way of Deception, thou shalt do War
He threw my pants and my shoes on top of me, and they took off, warning me not to be there if they came back again. From time to time one of the testers sitting at the tables behind us would also ask questions. Both cars sped off into the Paris night. When the woman turned her head, I raised my glass to them. This course was to be known as Cadet 16, as it was the sixteenth course of Mossad cadets.
And since he would be staying only a few more days, the decision was taken to approach him directly. Many people will not be happy with what they read in this book.