Mossad Exodus The Daring Undercover Rescue of the Lost

  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Mossad Exodus The Daring Undercover Rescue of the Lost Jewish Tribe
  • Gad Shimron
  • English
  • 06 November 2015
  • 9789652294036

10 thoughts on “Mossad Exodus The Daring Undercover Rescue of the Lost Jewish Tribe

  1. Sanidhya Nautiyal Sanidhya Nautiyal says:

    A very nice and gripping read The writer a former Mossad agent has given a personal account of his operation in 1980's to rescue Ethopian Jews from Sudan The book not only tells us the difficulties faced by the agents in the operation but also the background of the story which explains why Ethopian Jews took refugee in Sudan and why the rescue work was carried out covertly So it's not only an interesting book but very knowledgeable also as the geopolitical situation of that area becomes clearer

  2. Dhevarajan Dhevarajan says:

    An engrossing read with great historical context funny anecdotes sombre political assessments

  3. Rishabh Rishabh says:

    It's mainly a story of Operation moses where Operation Solomon is also briefly covered by an ex Mossad who was part of execution teamStory does not cover much about Pre planning of operation sources of intelligence analysis and conclusion of intel inputs but reflect the on ground activities of operative inside hostile country The narrator 'Gad Shimron' has tried sharing all what he could from his position has expressed his honest opinion on government governance mindset of society politics inside agencyThrough reading this book one will be able to acknowledge the hardships faced by esp people their source of motivation and happiness One will also understand the criticality involved in such operation that even small car carburetor issue if not addressed can make the difference between a successful and failed operationBook also tell the importance of censorship of media and how a tight lip can lead to victory Continuous narration of day to day life of operatives posted in Sudan end with operation Moses Thereafter writer tell limited affairs of Operation Solomon in which he wasn't actively involvedFinally author courageously speaks the wrongs done by Israeli society and how they can actually open their arms to embrace Ethiopian jews

  4. Kanwarpal Singh Kanwarpal Singh says:

    This book talk about the plight of Ethiopia jews who suffered so much in there life in Khartoum and then Israel came for there rescue via security services of Mossad these people from the agency put there life on death path to bring back Jews to Jerusalem and give them a peaceful life which is there fundamental human right This story narrative is most monologue and ex mossad agent telling the story about how they set up a plan what they did how to import and export things how they set up a base to work out there plans what problems they face while in Khartoum and gone through hell to make this rescue mission a success and they finally achieve it Later fall of government they were not secured in order to secure them selves they took undercover and come out when necessary and probably did a good job whatever in there hands they try to use and save the Jews and put them out of harm's way and save them That lot of efforts and life on line they did a wonderful job of Savings the people but still in Jerusalem people cracks jokes on Ethiopian jews and treat them as second grade citizen of the society and don't want to share anything with them

  5. Cheryl Kloda Cheryl Kloda says:

    I found reading Mossad Exodus by Gad Shimron to be a very interesting read The author writes about the rescue of Ethiopian Jews from the Sudan into Israel Gad shimron writes that he and his fellow Mossad buddies had to pretend to be running a tourist destination in order to get out their brothers fellow Jews This was a dangerous mission because one never knew what was going to happen As a reader I believe that Gad Shimron and his fellow Mossad friends had to have nerves of steel There is no uestion that they were risking their lives Nevertheless they got out thousands of Ethiopian Jews into Israel

  6. Ingrid Spera Ingrid Spera says:

    Very interesting and informative for a topic many from my generation might know nothing about I enjoyed the first person account and the memoir style that made it an easier read but I was often frustrated by how sometimes the author would get so caught up in the side stories that it was hard to get the story back on track Overall an interesting read but one of the best ones I've read

  7. Bobby Bobby says:

    A well documented first person account oF the evacuation of the Lost Tribes of Ethiopian Jews in the 1980’s I believe there was a documentary type movie of the event entitled “The Red Sea Diving Resort” The Mossad plan worked for the most part even though much of the operation seemed to be by the “seat of the pants”

  8. Kapilgade Kapilgade says:

    Narrates how Ethiopian Jews were rescued by the mossad and brought to Zion A good perspective from the ex agent Wish the book also details the difficulties faced by the falash while integrating with the Israeli society

  9. Jerome Davis Jerome Davis says:

    I came across the book after researching the movie Red Sea Diving Resort Reading this book helped me learned so much about the rescue operations of Beta Israel from Ethiopia then what I saw in the movie I recommend this book

  10. Brad Mundy Brad Mundy says:

    Fascinating account of the many operations the Mossad undertook to get the Jews out of Sudan Also a detailed account of government and military in 1980s Sudan I learned a lot about the level of corruption existing there

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Mossad Exodus The Daring Undercover Rescue of the Lost Jewish Tribe[KINDLE] ❁ Mossad Exodus The Daring Undercover Rescue of the Lost Jewish Tribe ❄ Gad Shimron – In 1977 Israel's Mossad spy agency was given an assignment far different from its usual cloak and dagger activities It was ordered by then Prime Minister Menachem Begin to rescue thousands of Ethiopia In The Daring PDF/EPUB ¾ Israel's Mossad spy agency was given an assignment far different from its usual cloak and dagger activities It was ordered by then Mossad Exodus PDF/EPUB ² Prime Minister Menachem Begin to rescue thousands of Ethiopian Jewish refugees in Sudan and deliver them to me in the Jewish state No stranger to Exodus The Daring ePUB ´ action in enemy countries the agency established a covert forward base in a deserted holiday village in Sudan and deployed a handful of operatives to Exodus The Daring Undercover Rescue MOBI :º launch and oversee the exodus of the refugees to the Promised Land by sea and by air in the early s Gad Shimron the author of this book was one of their number First published in Exodus The Daring Undercover Rescue MOBI :º Hebrew in this updated English version of the book offers a thrilling firsthand account of how the operation was put in place and how the Mossad team in Sudan brought it off despite great personal risk running a partying vacation spot for wealthy tourists by day as they stole through the Sudanese desert to rescue desperate refugees by night The book sheds light on American involvement in the latter stages of the operation when the White House facilitated an airlift of Ethiopian Jews and the CIA station in Khartoum sheltered the last Mossad operatives on the run from Libyan secret service agents and spirited them out of Sudan in special boxes labeled Diplomatic Mail Enhanced by Gad Shimron's wide ranging historical observations and his crisp incisive prose this is at once an entertaining read and a powerful tale of idealistic heroism.