The Quest for the Red Prince: Israel's Relentless Manhunt for One of the World's Deadliest and Most Wanted Arab Terrorists

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Globe Pequot Press, Sep 1, 2002 - History - 256 pages
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Review: The Quest for the Red Prince: Israel's Relentless Manhunt for One of the World's Deadliest and Most Wanted Arab Terrorists

User Review  - Patty Hope - Goodreads

Very detailed study of the Mossad's hunt and assassination of Ali Hassan Salameh which I found more detailed ad yet conflicting with the account given by the author of Vengeance, George Jonas. Read full review

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User Review  - Jason - Goodreads

Good book, but dragged on a little. Read full review

About the author (2002)

MICHAEL BAR-ZOHAR is a writer, public speaker, and former lawmaker. Author of many novels and nonfiction books, he was a member of the Knesset and envoy to the Council of Europe. A former advisor to General Moshe Dayan, Dr. Bar-Zohar also has served as a professor at Haifa University in Israel and at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. He is one of Israel's foremost experts on espionage and the official biographer of David Ben-Gurion and Shimon Peres. He also wrote the biography of Isser Harel, the legendary director of the Mossad, and coauthored The Quest for the Red Prince, which dealt with the bloody war between the Mossad and Black September. Bar-Zohar's books have been translated into eighteen languages.

Haber is an Israeli journalist.

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