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by Ari Ben-Menashe

Author: Ari Ben-Menashe
Subcategory: Military
Publisher: Allen & Unwin (October 23, 1992)
Pages: 450 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.7
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Ari Ben-Menashe (Hebrew: ארי בן מנשה; born Tehran, 4 December 1951) is an Iranian-born Israeli businessman, security consultant and author.

Ari Ben-Menashe (Hebrew: ארי בן מנשה; born Tehran, 4 December 1951) is an Iranian-born Israeli businessman, security consultant and author. He was previously an employee of Israel's Military Intelligence Directorate from 1977 to 1987 and an arms dealer. He now lives in Montreal, Canada, and runs an international commodity exporting firm, Traeger Resources and Logistics Inc.

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Ari Ben-Menashe, former member of the Israeli Military Intelligence Directorate and author of the book Profits of War, joins Sean to discuss the reality of American interests in the Middle East

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Read "Profits of War Inside the Secret . Ben-Menashe brokered secret Israeli arms sales on four continents and briefed George Bush on the vast arms network

Read "Profits of War Inside the Secret . Ben-Menashe brokered secret Israeli arms sales on four continents and briefed George Bush on the vast arms network. He saw Israel's own nuclear arsenal develop, and watched his masters sponsor monstrous terrorist acts in the name of a higher good. Then, as he questioned the immorality around him, he was cut off and set up.

In his book Profits of War Ben-Menashe said that he had later been Prime .

In his book Profits of War Ben-Menashe said that he had later been Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir's foreign intelligence advisor, from 1987 to 1989. Ben-Menashe first came to public prominence in 1989, when he was arrested in the US on 3 November for violating the Arms Export Control Act for trying to sell three Lockheed C-130 Hercules transport aircraft to Iran using false end-user certificates. According to Ben-Menashe, the Israeli government urged him to plead guilty, with officers of.

Ari Ben-Menashe spent most of 1991 in self-imposed exile in Australia. Hounded by the intelligence services of many countries - and also by the press - during this time he set down on record a book which sets out to re-write the history of the 1980s. "Profits of War" is his story. Ari Ben-Menashe spent over ten years in the innermost circles of Israel's clandestine services, for much of this time as a special advisor to Prime Minister Shamir. This book exposes the machinations of Israel, the US, the Eastern bloc and the major Middle East powers in a maze of arms deals which built up a slush fund of hundreds of millions of dollars. The deals were brokered by the late - murdered, claims Ben Menashe - Robert Maxwell. The pay-off to Iran of $52,000,000 for the release of the US hostages was just one way in which the slush fund was used. Ari Ben-Menashe tells how he was present at the "October Surprise" meeting in Paris, where George Bush and the Republicans negotiated the hostage deal behind President Carter's back. He tells how the US facilitated the sale of chemicals to Iraq right up to the start of the Gulf War. He reveals how a number of Palestinian terror attacks which have made headlines around the world were in fact Israeli orchestrated. In 1989 Ari Ben-Menashe was cut off by his former allies, set up by the CIA and imprisoned for nearly a year awaiting trial on trumped-up charges. He was acquitted on the basis of his evidence that both Israel and the US had approved of all his activities.