The Volunteer: My Secret Life in the Mossad

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Vision, 2007 - Canadians - 276 pages
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In 1982, Michael Ross joined the legions of North American twenty-somethings bakpacking in Europe. When his money ran out, he wound up working on a kibbutz i Israel, where he fell in love with the land and its multi-layered history. Hemmersed himself in Israeli culture, converted to Judaism, married a Sabra, an adopted Israel's struggle for survival as his own. He joined the Israel Defene Force and was then recruited for the Mossad's most elite and storied covert-perations unit, Caesaria.;For seven-and-a-half years, Ross worked as a top-levl undercover agent, operating in many political hotbed areas in the world. InThe Volunteer", he describes his role in the capture of the three senior al Qada operatives who masterminded the 1998 attacks on American embassies in Kenyand Tanzania, a joint Mossad-FBI operation that uncovered a senior Hezbollah trrorist based in the United States. Ross also tells of his participation in misions to foil attempts by Syria, Libya, and Iran to acquire advanced weapons tchnology, and of a mission to South Africa in which he intercepted Iranian agets seeking to expand their country's military arsenal. Perhaps, most intriguin

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Review: The Volunteer: The Incredible True Story of an Israeli Spy on the Trail of International Terrorists

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Seemed to drag a bit. Read full review

Review: The Volunteer: The Incredible True Story of an Israeli Spy on the Trail of International Terrorists

User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

Interesting story of a Mossad agent. You have to wonder why he is spilling the beans. And since he is obviously using a pseudonym, you don't really know whether any of his personal background is true. Also the Mossad poo poo's many of his exploits (Of course) But, I liked it. Read full review

Contents

Arrival
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Soldiering on
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Into the breach
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Copyright

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