World’s most dangerous intelligence agency Mossad of Israel

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Israeli Mossad is probing the death of Syrian scientist Aziz Asbar (Representational image)
Israeli Mossad is probing the death of Syrian scientist Aziz Asbar (Representational image)

New Delhi : Israel, a Middle Eastern country is best known for its impenetrable nation’s security. And, the credit goes to its robust intelligence agency, Mossad, which is considered as the world’s most dangerous intelligence agency. It is one of the main units in the the country’s intelligence community, along with Aman known for military intelligence and Shin Bet for internal security.

Mossad has its people in different nook and corner of the world and can counter tourism at ease. The Israeli agents undertake their task secretly and their names or works are never published. The director of the agency has direct connection with the Prime Minister of the country. The dangerous working style and major exploits have led the world to afraid of its name.

Mossad in Israel was formed way back on December 13, 1949, as the Central Institute for Coordination at the recommendation of Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion to Reuven Shiloah. Today the agency has earned immense resources in terms of man power and technicalities. Its employees work under a variety of covers, including diplomatic and unofficial. They are responsible for covert operations and their powers are exempted from the constitutional law of Israel.

For now, a serior official from the intelligence agency told The New York Times that the Israeli Mossad is probing the death of Syrian scientist Aziz Asbar, who was killed by a car bomb on August 4, 2018. The dangerous team is behind the scope of secret assassinations of the Syria’s rocket scientist and will possibly dig out the fact very soon.