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Mossad Risks Slip-Ups in Race Against Qaeda, Iran

With al Qaeda and Iran now topping an already hefty “hit list” of Israel’s enemies, analysts say Mossad may have too many missions and too few spies to carry them out. Two Israelis jailed by an Auckland court Thursday for trying to obtain a New Zealand passport by assuming the identity of a wheelchair-bound cerebral palsy victim displayed the rashness of intelligence agents under pressure to perform, experts say. “When you step up the war on terrorism abroad, the stakes are higher. Professionalism can suffer,” said a Mossad veteran involved in the 1973 killing in Norway of a Moroccan waiter mistaken for a top Palestinian guerrilla wanted by Israel.Full Story

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