By Christian Sorensen
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Rafi Eitan died Saturday in Tel Aviv at the age of 92. Eitan was most famous for his role in capturing the Nazi Adolf Eichmann in Argentina.
One of the founders of Israeli terrorism, Eitan helped refine Shin Bet’s operations and was an early proponent of deepening cooperation across Israeli civilian and military intelligence agencies.
In 1926 Eitan was born on a kibbutz in Palestine, which was then under British rule. Eitan’s parents were Russian. Eitan soon joined the Zionist terror group Palmach. These terrorists killed Brits and Palestinians alike. Eitan fought hard in the war of 1947-1948, and garnered many accolades for his contribution to the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.
His career in espionage demonstrates how Israel ultimately cares for Israel and only Israel.
In the 1960s, Eitan helped steal uranium from the Nuclear Materials & Equipment Corporation (NUMEC) in Pennsylvania. In the 1980s, Eitan played a role in the smuggling of nuclear triggers out of the United States.
In the same decade Eitan and Mossad units assisted the U.K. government in its onslaught against Irish self-determination, culminating in the murder of members of the Irish Republican Army. This…