stanak a écritce fut un travail de longue haleine, et pas un acte irréfléchi. Ce fut un commun accord. Toute sa famille adoptée par Israël et un travail à vie.
Merci pour ce lien.
Le récit de cette affaire est tout bonnement passionnant.
J'adore ce passage :
Munir Redfa's mind was made up. Mordecai Hod, the commander of the Israeli Air Force, met him and went over the escape plan with him. He would fly a zig-zag route to Israel to avoid Iraqi and Jordanian radar. IAF commander Hod told him: "'You know how dangerous this is going to be. The flight is 900 kilometers. If your own colleagues guess what you're up to they may send planes to blow you out of the skies. If they don't succeed, the Jordanians may try. Your only hope is to remain calm and follow this route. They do not know it, we do.'" Hod continued; "If you lose your nerve you are a dead man. Once you have left your ordinary flight path there is no turning back." Redfa seemed aware of this and responded simply; "'I will bring you the plane.'"
Du pur 007.