8 edition of Shula, code name the Pearl found in the catalog.
|Statement||Aviezer Golan & Danny Pinkas.|
|Contributions||Pinkas, Danny, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||DS126.6.K57 G64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||345 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||345|
|LC Control Number||79023315|
May Shula Cohen Shula Cohen became one of Israel’s most famous spies spy in in Beruit where her wealthy husband and her acceptance in Lebanese-Syrian social circles gave her unprecedented access to secret intelligence information. Her Code Name was Pearl. Shula Cohen was honored by Mrs. Navon at the President’s house for. If you have not read the book “Shula: Code Name The Pearl,” by Aviezer Golan and Danny Pinkas, it is my recommendation that you do so. Shula was born in and while sixteen, Mademoiselle Marie Kishak and Monsieur Joseph Kishak came to visit during her last Passover at : Yedidim of Israel.
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Shula has lived in Israel ever since, and still volunteers at schools and IDF bases, despite her advanced age. Two of her sons have high-ranking roles in the Israeli government. A book about her story has been published, called “Shula: Code Name The Pearl”.I had the privilege of attending the funeral. Though he does not figure largely in the novella’s plot, the doctor is an important character in The Pearl because he represents the colonial attitudes that oppress Kino’s people. The doctor symbolizes and embodies the colonists’ arrogance, greed, and condescension toward the natives, whom the colonists do not even try to understand.
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Shula, code name the Pearl Item Preview remove-circle Kishak-Cohen, Shula, Spies, Espionage, Israeli Publisher New York: Delacorte Press Collection Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by res on J SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Get this from a library.
Shula, code name the Pearl. [Aviezer Golan; Danny Pinkas] -- The story of an Israeli woman who passed military information to Israel and smuggled Jewish refugees through Lebanon, becoming a powerful and feared Israeli agent.
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This biography of Shulamit Kishak-Cohen, an Israeli spy known as ""the Mata Hari of the Middle East,"" has its surprises and will have its admirers—what is a Mata Hari, after all, without a few men in her life.
Born in Shula, Shula was raised with her twelve siblings in Jerusalem (and, briefly Buenos Aires) where her father, successful abroad, had trouble supporting the family.
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Shula has lived in Israel ever since, and still volunteers at schools and IDF bases, despite her advanced age. Two of her sons have high-ranking roles in the Israeli government.
A book about her story has been published, called Shula: Code Name The Pearl. UPDATE: Sadly, Shula Cohen passed away in May of Words of the Week. Shula Kishak-Cohen, a most extraordinary Israeli spy, passed away quietly this past Sunday in Jerusalem.
Her gripping biography "Shula: Code Name The Pearl", tells the story of a young girl who was married off in an arranged marriage at age 16 to Lebanese wholesale trader Joseph Kishak-Cohen with whom she had 7 children. In their book (available in English), “Shula: Code Name the Pearl,” authors Aviezer Golan and Danny Pinkas wrote that Kishik-Cohen went by the code name The Pearl (“hapnina” in Hebrew), all the while posing as a housewife raising her seven children.
First published in the U.S.A as 'Shula: Code Name The Pearl', Delacorte Press, It is "the true and untold story of Shula Cohen, the Middle East's own Mata Hari, who spied for Israel in Lebanon for twelve years before she was caught and sentenced to death " Contents include: Prelims., 21 chapters, Afterword.
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In their book (available in English), “Shula: Code Name the Pearl,” authors Aviezer Golan and Danny Pinkas wrote that Kishik-Cohen went by the code name The Pearl (“hapnina” in Hebrew), all the while posing as a housewife raising her seven children.
One of those children, Itzhak Levanon, ultimately became Israel’s ambassador to Cairo Author: Ofer Aderet. The name Pearl is a girl's name of Latin origin meaning "pearl". Pearl, like Ruby, has begun to be polished up for a new generation of fashionable children after a century of jewelry box storage.
The birthstone for the month of June, Pearl could also make a fresher middle name alternative to. The World's Only Winston Churchill Bookshop. CHURCHILL IN HIBERNATION, WEEK Our auction with Sotheby’s has done the trick.The Pearl is a novella by the American author John story, first published infollows a pearl diver, Kino, and explores man's nature as well as greed, defiance of societal norms, and eck's inspiration was a Mexican folk tale from La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, which he had heard in a visit to the formerly pearl-rich region in Author: John Steinbeck.
Shula has lived in Israel ever since, and still volunteers at schools and IDF bases, despite her advanced age.
Two of her sons have high-ranking roles in the Israeli government. A book about her story has been published, called “Shula: Code Name The Pearl”.I had the privilege of Author: Cosmic X.