Jake Wallis Simons Jake Wallis Simons

Revealed: how Mossad eliminated Mohsen Fakhrizadeh

Iranian guards pray attend the coffin of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh (Getty images)

The Mossad is not known for its touchy-feely approach. Whether it was the kidnap of Adolf Eichmann in the sixties, hunting down and executing the Black September terrorists in the seventies and eighties, or dispatching a Hamas chief while disguised as tennis players in a Dubai hotel in 2010, the agency has built a reputation as the most feared secret service in the world.

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