LABOUR PRIME MINISTER, G. MEIR.
Qualifications: Singularly unsuited for the job of Prime Minister of Israel. Neither a known terrorist or war criminal.
Golda Meir Interview: Fourth Prime Minister of Israel
Mosassad & P.M Golda Meir”s revenge -Mossad -Operation Bayoneta Operation Wrath of God.flv
Published on Jun 30, 2012
Operation Wrath of God (Hebrew: מבצע זעם האל, Mivtza Za’am Ha’el), also called Operation Bayonet, was a covert operation directed by Israel and the Mossad to assassinate individuals alleged to have been directly or indirectly involved in the 1972 Munich massacre.Their targets included members of the Palestinian terrorist group Black September, who were responsible for the Munich attack, and members of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) accused of being involved. Authorized by Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir in the autumn of 1972, the operation may have continued for more than 20 years.Covert Israeli assassination units killed dozens of terrorists and conspirators across Europe during this time, as well as mistakenly murdering an innocent waiter in Lillehammer, Norway, in what became known as the Lillehammer affair. An additional military assault was launched by Israeli commandos deep inside Lebanon to kill several high-profile Palestinian targets. This string of assassinations spurred retaliatory attacks by Black September against a variety of Israeli and Jewish targets around the world. It has also prompted criticism of Israel over its choice of targets, tactic of assassination, and overall effectiveness. Because of the secretive nature of the operation, some details are unverifiable beyond a single source, including the story of Yuval Aviv, who claims to have led an Israeli assassination squad. Some or all information about the operation might have been placed by the Mossad itself, to cover the tracks of its agents, and spread useful rumours (e.g., in the book upon which the feature Sword of Gideon was based, most Mossad agents involved in the operation get killed, possibly a cover to protect them from revenge).
The operation was depicted in the television film Sword of Gideon (1986), and Steven Spielberg’s Munich (2005).