By Victor Ostrovsky
A former Israeli agent relates the tale of his profession as a double agent and his disruption of stunning Mossad assassination plans.
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I smiled, feeling the blood drain out of my face. A cold sensation took hold in my chest, as though a chill breeze were blowing through it. This teeter-totter of emotion was something we were trained to deal with in the Mossad, since an officer always has personal feelings that could get in the way of the job he has to do. You learn how to create new feelings that will compensate for the ones you lack. Less than one minute after the security officer had handed me the passport belonging to the big guy and given mine to him, the new crew arrived.
I noticed a man standing by the entrance to a bookstore, holding a small bag in his hand. He stared at me through the reflection in the store window. The man was less than ten feet from me. His presence jolted me: I hadn't expected to find him so close. It was the other man from the restaurant. In a strange way, the unprofessionalism of his positioning offended me-he wasn't playing by the rules. I assumed that thev were either amateurs or members of a lesser organization. " I stepped into the bookstore, passing right by the man.
Who else would have known Kuti was there except the people who ~ l a n n e dhis sudden little trip? " "No, you're the latest step that we are taking. " "That particular piece of information was kept from the investiga1. " I sat back on the bed. I could feel the cold sweat on my forehead. What he was telling me was unbelievable. Mossad members conspiring to kill the newly appointed head? This was far too much to accept. " "He's not crazy," said the general. "I know, because he's not the only one who told me.