The hunt for the engineer: how Israeli agents tracked the Hamas master bomer

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Fromm International, 1999 - History - 303 pages
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The hunt for a Palestinian bomb builder who killed 130 Israelis during a two-year reign of terror is recounted here in vivid detail, from his origins on the West Bank to his death at the hands of the Mossad.

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Yehiya Ayyash was a necessarily paranoid but very successful young Palestinian bomb builder known as "The Engineer." His three-year terror campaign in the mid-1990s killed 130 Israelis and wounded ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Thin Blue Line
43
The Other Sons of Abraham
83
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Samuel M. Katz and has written more than twenty books and over 100 articles on Middle East security issues, international terrorism, police and military special operations. His articles have appeared in "Playboy," "Esquire," and "Jane's Intelligence Review," He is editor-in-chief of "Special Ops "and has created documentaries for the Discovery Channel, A&E, and The Learning Channel.