Mossad

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Motto באין תחבולות יפול עם, ותשועה ברוב יועץ
(For lack of guidance a nation falls, but victory is won through many advisers. (Proverbs 11:14))
Formation December 13, 1949
Parent organization Israel
Headquarters Tel Aviv, Israel
Leader Director of Mossad
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Incumbent: Yossi Cohen
Since January 2016
Type intelligence agency
Subgroups Tevel
Staff 1,200
Mossad (Hebrew for Institute) is an abbreviation for ha-Mossad le-Modiin ule-Tafkidim Meyuhadim (Institute for Intelligence and Special Tasks), an Israeli intelligence agency focused on foreign intelligence.

The Mossad is an Israeli intelligence agency.

Motto

Mossad's former motto, be-tachbūlōt ta`aseh lekhā milchāmāh (Hebrew: בתחבולות תעשה לך מלחמה‎) is a quote from the Bible (Proverbs 24:6): "For by wise guidance you can wage your war" (NRSV). The motto was later changed to another Proverbs passage: be-'éyn tachbūlōt yippol `ām; ū-teshū`āh be-rov yō'éts (Hebrew: באין תחבולות יפול עם, ותשועה ברוב יועץ‎, Proverbs 11:14). This is translated by NRSV as: "Where there is no guidance, a nation falls, but in an abundance of counselors there is safety."

Directors

Full article: Stub class article Director of Mossad

 

Events carried out

EventDateLocation
9-1111 September 2001New York
Washington DC
US
Lavon AffairJuly 1954 - October 1954Egypt
Project Ulysses1950 - 1968
 

Event Planned

EventDateLocation(s)
2001 Mexican legislative assembly attack10 October 2001 17:00:00 - 10 October 2001 17:30:00Mexican Legislative Assembly
Mexico
Mexico City
 

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Related Quotation

PageQuoteDate
2001 Mexican legislative assembly attack“Los Angeles, Alta California - October 12, 2001 - (ACN) We were alerted this morning by a subscriber from Mexico that two Israelis were arrested Wednesday inside the Palacio Legislativo de San Lбzaro (Mexican Congress) in Mexico City. Both were armed with 9 mm automatics and one was carrying a military hand grenade, electrical wiring and other bomb related materials. The Israeli Embassy at Sierra Madre 2155, colonia Lomas de Chapultepec has close its doors to the Mexican Press and are refusing to talk. The incident has been independently verified by La Voz de Aztlan through Mexican diplomatic, press and other sources in Mexico City.

The Chief of Legislative Security, Salvador Alarcуn, has also confirmed the arrest of the two Israeli terrorists. One of them Saur Ben Zvi is a confirmed citizen of Israel and the other, Salvador Guersson, recently immigrated to Mexico from Israel. It is has been determined by the Procuradurнa General de la Repъblica (Mexican Department of Justice) that Guersson is a retired Colonel of the Israeli Defense Forces and that he may now be operating as a MOSSAD agent. It is not known how they were able to penetrate the extensive security system of the Mexican Legislative Palace.

This is a very grave incident with many serious international implications. Many have questioned who may be really behind many of the recent terrorist acts around the world including the ones against the WTC and the Pentagon. The Mexican public and congress has been reticent about declaring war against Islam along with the U.S. It is possible that an act of "terrorism" against the Mexican Congress was planned in order to "terrorize" Mexico into towing the line against Islam. La Voz de Aztlan will be on top of this developing story to report any additional developments.”
13 October 2001


References

  1. About Us - Directors, Mossad, accessed 14 May 2009.
  2. Mossad, Federation of American Scientists, accessed 14 May 2009.