Zvi Rafiah

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Suspected of being the former Mossad station chief in Washington.

Bryen had been overheard in the Madison Hotel Coffee Shop, offering classified documents to an official of the Israeli Embassy in the presence of the director of AIPAC, the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee. It was later determined that the Embassy official was Zvi Rafiah, the Mossad station chief in Washington. Bryen refused to be poly-graphed by the FBI on the purpose and details of the meeting; whereas the person who'd witnessed it agreed to be poly-graphed and passed the test.[1]

External Resources

Profile: Zvi Rafiah, Co-operative History Research Commons, accessed 12 May 2008.


  1. Serving Two Flags: Neo-Cons, Israel and the Bush Administration, by Stephen Green, Counterpunch, 28/29 February 2004.