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Could Ukraine learn from the Mossad Nazi hunters?

Adolph Eichmann is flanked by Israeli police after being kidnapped by Mossad (photo: Getty)

Since the start of the war, many comparisons have been drawn between Israel and Ukraine, not least by President Zelensky. Last week, he said he wanted his country to become a ‘big Israel’ in terms of its focus on security in the years to come. And, of course, in terms of a plucky, advanced democracy thriving in the midst of a sea of hostility.

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Jake Wallis Simons
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Jake Wallis Simons

Jake Wallis Simons is editor of the Jewish Chronicle and author of Israelophobia: The newest version of the oldest hatred.

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