By Way of Deception - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary and Analysis

Magid grew up in Syria and Egypt during the 1950s and loved chess. In the summer of 1985, he goes to Copenhagen hoping to open a business as a private merchant banker. He meets a man in the hotel lobby who is playing chess. The man says he is a Canadian entrepreneur named Mark. He is actually a katsas named Yehuda Gil from Brussels and his job is to make the initial contact with Magid. They want his brother Jadid who is an official with the Syrian military.

The Mossad handles visa applications for Denmark. A Mossad agent monitors all Arabic and Palestinian messages at the headquarters of Danish intelligence. Every three years, the Danes attend a seminar in Israel on terrorist activities and counterterrorism.

On June 13, 1985, a katsas named Ami is checking information for Danish visas on the Mossad computer in...

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