Aliyah: The incredible journey of being smuggled out of Damascus


The intelligence gathered by these two immigrants from Syria, who were smuggled into Israel in 1985, is unknown to the Israeli public, but the IDF sees these two brothers, now in their 40s, and the eldest’s son as well, as an invaluable strategic asset to the Jewish State.

By Yair Altman


“Today, when I look back, I have no regrets,” says Chief Warrant Officer A., 46, who serves in the Israel Defense Forces’ elite 8200 intelligence unit with his brother, Warrant Officer M., 42, and his son.


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