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I'm on now as I said we need to get out to Israel where we understand that most sad the Israeli spy agency.
Is on a recruitment drives Cleveland's -- -- our correspondent is that.
-- and what's this all about what -- they need more people.
Well John and they say they need to enlarge the -- intelligence service I know of course -- you're a man of many -- have a question for you.
Could you create your own reality and play a central role.
I think I have created my own reality -- -- play a central role in it -- fact I'm the only person that matters in my reality.
Does that -- so I think Anaheim and now to Roland.
-- that that's what they say they say you can do that you're able to take short trips abroad which I know you take a lot of those and I don't nobody you can master few foreign languages you -- could join the world's most secretive and some say most effective intelligence service -- -- of course.
Is Israel's intelligence service that was created a number of years ago back started started in 1948 when the country of Israel started.
And they would say they are now trying to expand their service they have a new head who's coming.
You might remember that is the saudis -- in the news lately it was back when they had that alleged attack the alleged assassination of Hamas leader.
Back in Dubai get them aside caught a lot of -- -- a number of their agents were caught on videotape number of their alleged agents I guess you could say.
The other thing is they tried to -- and different Hamas leader in Jordan.
That failed they have this new chief Gainey says I want to broaden the scope purity used to -- it.
No one -- is really didn't mention the name them aside people would refer to it simply as the office but now they've put out essentially help wanted signs and said this is what we're looking for these -- the type of people we need it would you please -- you might -- even on foxnews.com.
We have ads for the Central Intelligence Agency says they are looking for certain types of people and it is now going.
A little bit more mainstream.
So it from those who don't already know most sad and perhaps can compare it best here to the CIA.
What are the similarities what are the differences -- You have to go with this the -- -- as much smaller it is much much more secretive the idea of you know.
And there's a sign as you had out of Washington DC -- -- CIA headquarters this exit that doesn't exist for them aside here in Israel.
It's a very secretive organization the other thing you have to understand the side.
It -- been involved in a number of real life assassination.
Issues they of course had the wrath of -- operation.
After the Munich Olympics where they went out in killed a number of the Palestinian.
Militants who were involved in the 1972.
Munich murders they've gone outing gone after Hamas terrorists and done targeted killings sometimes even in the streets of Paris and other places heavily involved in trying to prevent Iran in Iraq from getting a nuclear bomb it's a much more secretive operation it's a much more ruthless operation in fact.
There was a series on the History Channel or Discovery Channel a few years ago.
And they said the single toughest people in the world.
Are -- -- agents those are the people you really do not wind.
Out to get you in a number of people tell you that the -- not as much more resourceful where is the CIA is much better funded.
-- invent it and Jerusalem I'm glad to know that because of the voices in my head which tell me that I'm the central figure in my own reality I can be a Mossad agent what -- you by the way did you answer it correctly.
Well you know the one thing I don't have Jonathan is any voices in my -- fight.
But there's probably a place you could go -- decide to help you that I don't.
Don't know -- -- you probably don't have the same sense of self delusion that I have either they've been thanks very much for joining us from Jerusalem today.
Back to the panel the most -- is.
Really is probably the most effective spy agency in the world isn't.
Really an impressive.
Agency with -- you would approve of everything they do.
When they set -- to do -- they doing well.
Actually it's intriguing that they don't have a headquarters that's really intriguing to me that it's that secretive that they're so -- That's probably the key to their success yet -- and you wanna sign up well.
I don't see that I don't see -- Keith and Julie is uncertain how do you is there any papers I think that this -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And I wonder how they would deal with -- him.
Would -- to -- -- that.
It's necessary yeah.
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