Israel’s Mossad has been using young hot women as its most effective spies
By John Roberts
Israel’s spy organization, Mossad, has developed a new generation of spies, seductive young women who can flirt their way to decipher the secrets of the enemy.
Five highly trained women agents have spoken for the first time, saying that any means is fair game when deployed trying to help Israel, they claim however to draw the line at sleeping with the enemy, according to the news media.
The officers spoke to an Israeli magazine this week about her extraordinary lifestyle that makes them feel like they are living in a movie.
This type of spy action proved very successful in 1986, when a female spy agent seduced a renegade former nuclear engineer and he fell into a trap revealing how he had stabbed Israel in the back.
A current agent calling herself “Yael”, said women often have an advantage over men because they were more likely to trust strange women.
Another spy “Efrat”, said they use their femininity by any means possible.
But there were things that she and her colleagues would not.
“Women agents are not used for sexual purposes. We flirt, but the line at sex,” she told the magazine.
However a previous report claimed that a rabbi permitted the female spies to sleep with men in order to protect the safety of the country.
However, not all her work is glamorous. As a spy for 38 years, she tells how she leaves a safe home,
her husband and three young children sleeping safely in their beds with tears in her eyes and a lump in her throat.
Tamir Pardo, the head of the Mossad intelligence agency, told the magazine that about half of the agency’s spies are women.
“Women have a clear advantage in the secret war because of their ability to multitask,” she said.
“Contrary to stereotypes, is that the skills of women are superior to men in terms of understanding the territory, reading situations and spatial awareness.
When they are good, they are very good,” she said, according to the newspaper.
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