[Dr. Aaron Lerner - IMRA: The item FARS News Agency is citing is The Sunday
Times February 15, 2009 article "Looking for love: Livni the lonely spy."
While Livni has, during the course of her political career, let people have
the impression that she served as an agent for the Mossad, this was not
actually the case.
Israel Television correspondent Ayala Chason revealed on the 22 July 2008
Mabat Television News program that Tzipi Livni served as an apartment
sitter in Paris for the Mossad. Chason explained that it is standard
procedure for people to live in apartments used by the Mossad overseas so
that they have normal use (electricity, etc.) and thus don't get attention.
Chason noted that Livni took a Mossad course towards the end of her service
to become an agent, but she opted out of the course at the very end of it in
order to marry and then left the Mossad.
Chason observed that while she could not definitively say that Livni never
acted as an agent while in Paris that this would be in contravention of the
Mossad operating procedures that requires people to first complete the
Senior Iranian Rabbi Asks for Stoning Israeli Rabbi Ari Shvat to Death
News number: 9107117852 16:05 | 2012-11-08
TEHRAN (FNA)- After former Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni disclosed
personal details of her former career in Mossad, Rabbi Ari Shvat, one of the
most famous rabbis of Israel, allowed Israeli women to have sex with the
enemy in exchange for information, but Iran's Grand Rabbi Mashallah
Golestaninejad described adultery as forbidden in Judaism, and stressed that
Shvat should be stoned to death.
In an interview given 14 years ago but published in full for the first time
last Friday in a pro-Livni newspaper and then cited by the British Sunday
Times weekly, she described working undercover for Bayonet, Mossad's elite
hit squad, where she answered the question if she had ever had sex to get
"If I'd been asked to do it, I don't know what I'd have said. In the office
(Mossad's term for itself) there is a job tailored for everyone."
After the release of Livni's remarks, Rabbi Ari Shvat, one of the most
famous rabbis of Israel, allowed Israeli women to have sex with the enemy in
exchange for important information, claiming that Jewish law permits this
type of action.
His remarks created chaos in the Jewish world and the Rabbis from different
parts of the world reacted to Shvat's comments.
"The sources of Judaism have not allowed such a deed at all and it
(adultery) is forbidden in our religion and based on the explicit
instruction of the Ten Commandments, no one can embark on adultery at all,"
Iranian Grand Rabbi Mashallah Golestaninejad said.
In an interview with the Persian Daily, Javan, Rabbi Golestaninejad
condemned Rabbi Shvat for his remarks, and said, "He is nothing more than a
donkey and doesn't understand as much as a donkey… . Such a person with such
comments is a renegade, belligerent and a corruptor on earth and based on
the Torah instructions he should be stoned to death."
He further referred to Livni and said, "Ms. Livni is not a follower of any
faith at all. The thoughts and goals of Zionism run counter to the faith of
Judaism, and Zionists do not attach the least importance to the instructions
of the Torah. Hence, it would be normal for them to embark on prostitution
to attain their goals and objectives."
Noting that the Zionists using their own special Rabbis have created a fake
regime for themselves, he said that they commit their crimes and wrong deeds
under the name of Judaism but "they are the enemies of religion".
"A rabbi never approves of adultery and calls prostitution as a banned
activity; therefore, anyone doing or saying anything to the opposite is an
enemy of religion because a friend of religion is the one who considers God
and not material interests whenever he wants to do something," Rabbi