By Way of Deception - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

Victor Ostrovsky
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Chapter 16 Summary and Analysis

The Mossad finds it difficult to recruit Libyans. By 1985, Israel has livable relations with most of the Mediterranean Arab countries with the exception of Libya. The Israelis monitor Libya through its Mediterranean Patrols. The Mossad decide they need more information on the activities in Tripoli harbor and decide to recruit someone who could provide information on the locations of various ships.

The Mossad finally have someone just call the harbor and ask who would have the kind of information they wanted, posing as an insurance investigator. The insurance investigator says they need someone to look after their interests and that they would pay him for his services. The man offers his services as long as they are only interested in civilian ships. This is done through a Mossad front in Paris. The Mossad now has the agent in place in Tripoli...

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