How Nazi SS commando became Mossad assassin

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(Israel National News) Help can come from the unlikeliest of places, particularly when spies and assassinations are involved.

In the 1960s a number of former Nazi scientists were assisting Egypt develop advanced rockets, which then-President Gamal Abdel Nasser threatened to use against Israel. There was even evidence that Israel’s strongest enemy was building 900 rockets and possibly planning to fit them with nuclear or chemical warheads.

The Mossad refused to accept the threat lying down. Instead, it began a campaign called Operation Damocles, targeting the German collaborators.

One, a 49-year-old CEO named Heinz Krug whose company provided military hardware, mysteriously disappeared from his Munich office without a trace. Wild theories have been proposed for what happened to him over the decades, but they pale in comparison to the newly-revealed truth.

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