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A Perfectly Framed Assassination in Dubai - WSJ.com
FEBRUARY 27, 2010 | Wall Street Journal | by Robert Baer.
Stepped-up surveillance technology may be tipping the scales in the
cat-and-mouse game between spies and their targets--comment on the
current state of spycraft.
targeted_assassinations  spycraft  Mossad  Hamas  Dubai  CIA  security_&_intelligence  Israel  covert_operations 
march 2010 by jerryking
Israeli Spy Had Snares Like 'Honey Trap' - WSJ.com
JULY 22, 2009 | Wall Street Journal | By STEPHEN MILLER. Obit
for Meir Amit 1921 - 2009. And to Mr. Amit, success could breed failure.
He believed the 1967 victory, for example, spawned a dangerous
complacency. "After the war we succumbed to the disease of arrogance, of
'We know better, we are the best, far above the others,'" he once said.
Shai Tsur, Mr. Amit's grandson, says his grandfather believed "the
failure of the 1973 war, especially on the part of military
intelligence, was a direct product of this 'konseptziya,'" the idea that
Israel was so strong that its neighbors would never attack.
Israeli  Mossad  security_&_intelligence  1967  obituaries  spymasters  spycraft  Six-Day_War  complacency  overconfidence 
november 2009 by jerryking
Israel's Secret War With Iran - WSJ.com
MAY 16, 2009 | Wall Street Journal | by RONEN BERGMAN. Article
details recent successes of the Israeli intelligence community but
concludes that there remain limits to the utility of intelligence.
Israel  security_&_intelligence  Iran  Syria  Hezbollah  Hamas  Mossad  covert_operations 
may 2009 by jerryking

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