TERRORISM: The 'Institute' Strikes Again

One of the least known but most feared intelligence operations in the Middle East is a special branch of Mossad—the Israeli version of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, known familiarly as the "Institute"—which was organized in 1972 to conduct anti-terrorist campaigns against the Palestinian guerrillas. Last week there were indications that Mossad was on the offensive again. In Paris, possibly as a result of a Mossad tip, French counterespionage agents moved in on a sleepy-eyed, Spanish-speaking foreign visitor known only as "Carlos," who had in his possession forged Peruvian, Venezuelan and...

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