When one thinks of the Mossad, what comes to mind? For many, it’s the idea of some Israeli agent stealing another country’s secrets, or a group of undercover agents on a motorcycle placing a bomb on the side of a car as it waits at an intersection and speeding away, or something like the mysterious operation that happened in Dubai a few years ago. But is that really what the Mossad deals with?
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At Shurat HaDin, the aftermath of a terrorist attack raises different types of questions. We hope that law enforcement catches the terrorists speedily, but our work goes beyond the perpetrators themselves.
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