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Ex-Israeli spymaster, who helped capture Adolf Eichmann, releases video in support of German far-right party

Rafi Eitan, a former Israeli minister and head of the Mossad operation that led to the capture of Nazi fugitive Adolf Eichmann, has filmed a message of support for the German far-right party Alternative for Germany (AfD). The message, recorded in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day and posted to social media accounts by both AfD […]
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