November 10, 2012 · 0 Comments
The woman set to be Israel’s next prime minister started her career as an elite Mossad agent in Paris, the Times of London reports. Tzipi Livni was part of a covert cell in the city during the early ’80s, when it was a hotspot in the spy agency’s battle with Palestinian militants and with those helping Saddam Hussein get nuclear technology.
Livni—like any good spy—has stayed tight-lipped about her role with the agency, but sources say her job would have put her in mortal danger. Some experts believe she was part of a unit that poisoned an Iraqi nuclear scientist in 1983. A former director of Mossad said Livni had been a very promising agent and that her experience will prove invaluable in her new role.
The former Israeli foreign minister Tzipi Livni said she had been involved in several special operations during her work with Mossad which involved sexual relations with prominent personalities to extort information for the Israeli intelligence agency. Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth quoted Livni as telling Time magazine in an interview that she never minded having sex and committing murders to obtain intelligence to benefit her country.
She said she was prosecuted in a number of European countries for murders and sexual extortion but was able to get away due to her government’s influence.
Who can forget Tzipi Livni’s face? She was the most highlighted Israeli politician for years and years – even trumping the prime ministers she was serving.
Well, Tzipi Livni is back. And she’s coming loose.
It seems that Livni, being a former Mossad agent, had ways to extract information and blackmail people. And it wasn’t beneath her to use her womanly abilities to their full potential.
Livni is apparently the type of many Arab politicians with who she has had affairs in order to blackmail them later on with the threat of exposing the affair. It seems that Tzipi isn’t against using sex to get information which may benefit Israel. Her behavior was also approved by a rabbi who believes Israeli women should be permitted to use their bodies in order to help their state.
Livni’s statements came after a declaration of an advisory opinion from Rabbi Ari Shafat which is one of the largest and most famous rabbis of Israel, which has allowed Israeli women to have sex with the enemy in exchange for important information, claiming that Jewish law permits this type of action. A spokesperson for Tzipi Livni said that the newspaper took her words out of context.
Livni, however, hasn’t revealed any names – sadly. The question to be asked now is: How many Arab politicians gotten in her pants?
By Emma Brown