By Way of Deception - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Victor Ostrovsky
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Chapter 14 Summary and Analysis

The Mossad claims that it does not officially operate in the United States. The question becomes prominent when the Pollards are arrested when they try to seek asylum at the Israeli embassy in Washington in November 1985. Pollard had been passing classified information to the Israelis and to a South American military attaché. When the Americans demanded an explanation, the Israelis formally apologized.

Ostrovsky says that the Mossad has a secret unit for spying in the United States and this unit is separate from the main organization. The group is known as Al and their primary objective is the Arab countries. The Mossad has a liaison station officially in Washington and nothing else. Unofficially, they have Al and their people report directly to Tel Aviv.

Before the Camp David Peace Accords in September 1978, there are years of negotiations both before and after...

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