«A thrilling, engrossing story, fully the equal of action novels. Sylvia Rafael is a welcome and highly readable effort to fill the void in our ordinary knowledge.»―Jonathan M. House, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College «It is a gripping spy thriller, and it is also a revealing portrait of a woman who made painful personal sacrifices in order to serve Zionism and her adopted country
Sylvia Rafael During the autumn of 1962, a young South African schoolteacher called Sylvia Rafael was sitting in her apartment in Tel Aviv, relaxing after a hard day’s work.
RAPHAEL TOOK over from Israeli spy Eli Cohen following his public hanging in Damascus in May 1965, defying the Syrian assumption that Israel would never replace him with a woman.
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Sylvia Rafael’s story is indeed fascinating and Ram Oren’s book transports us back to an era that seems so distant; even while the issues continue to be relevant today. In the post 9/11 world the scope and nature of international terrorism has changed so much.
Mar 29, 2016 · Review: Sylvia: Tracing Blood Saxon Logan’s thoroughly absorbing «Sylvia: Tracing Blood» tells the story of Sylvia Raphael: a woman with a secret life, comprising triple identities, who went on to become one of Mossad’s most effective agents.
Sylvia Rafael, 67, a legendary Mossad assassin, passed away in her native South Africa, and will be buried in Israel. Rafael was best known as a member of the Mossad hit squad that scoured Europe for the Black September members involved in the Munich Massacre , and then killed them.
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The Lillehammer affair (Hebrew: פרשת לילהאמר, Parshat Lillehammer, Norwegian: Lillehammer-saken) was the killing by Mossad agents of Ahmed Bouchikhi, a Moroccan waiter and brother of the renowned musician Chico Bouchikhi, in Lillehammer, Norway, on 21 July 1973.
Sylvia Rafael: The Life and Death of a Mossad Spy is the story of a young, dedicated Mossad agent as told by Moti Kfir, the man who trained her, and Ram Oren, a journalist and author. Drawing on
Patricia Roxborough – whose real name was Sylvia Raphael – was a South African-born Christian with a Jewish father. Posing as a Canadian photojournalist, she was one of the first Mossad agents to penetrate Yasser Arafat’s bases in Jordan and Lebanon in the 1960s.