Fiddler On The Roof Star Chaim Topol Was a Mossad Agent, Family Reveals After Actor's DeathChris Menahan
Apr. 15, 2023
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Fiddler on the Roof star Chaim Topol was secretly an Israeli Mossad intelligence agent who used his position as an award-winning actor to spy on Israel's enemies.
From The Daily Mail, "Israeli actor Chaim Topol lived a double life as a Mossad agent using his VIP status to gain entry to sensitive sites on daring missions around the world, his family reveals after his death aged 87"
Fiddler on the Roof star Chaim Topol was actually a Mossad agent who went on daring missions around the world, his family have revealed weeks after his death."At the height of his fame, Topol was in demand all over the world, including places that Israelis couldn't enter at the time, such as China and the Soviet bloc, which had severed relations with Israel after the 1967 Six-Day War," Haaretz reported. "As a VIP, however, all borders were open to Topol, a situation he exploited to bring in sensitive surveillance equipment. His family says he took the Minox camera and the recording gear on every trip."
"Topol remained a darling of the security establishment," Haaretz continued. "During the 1982 Lebanon war, he got to Beirut with Malkin, Dagan and Rafi Eitan, who was the prime minister's adviser on combating terrorism (and the agent who would recruit American spy Jonathan Pollard). This group -- some held official positions and some didn't -- wouldn't always follow procedures. They came up with ideas, some quite loony, for assassinating PLO leaders, including the use of car bombs. Fortunately most of their ideas were blocked by their superiors and the political leaders."
What other famous actors could secretly be Mossad agents?
The first that comes to my mind is Sacha Baron Cohen, the comedian-turned Anti-Defamation League partner and pro-censorship advocate not only helps to boost the Mossad's image by playing a Mossad agent on Netflix but also uses Mossad-like tactics to try and catch politicians like Ron Paul and Rudy Giuliani in compromising positions to take down their political careers.
Rather comically, Cohen tricked several Republican politicos into making fools out of themselves by posing as an Israeli terror expert and asking them to prove their loyalty to Israel (which they dutifully did).
Perhaps it's all just a coincidence -- or perhaps we'll learn in 30 or so years after Cohen's death that he too was operating as a foreign agent.
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