Samuel Segev

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Samuel Segev (15 April 1926 - 9 August 2012) was an Israeli journalist and author. A long-term writer for Maariv, he also wrote for the Canadian Winnipeg Free Press, and was a visiting professor at Hofstra University.[1]

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  • The Iranian Triangle: The Untold Story of Israel’s Role in the Iran-Contra Affair, Free Press, 1988, on the Iran-Contra Affair
  • Crossing the Jordan, Israel's Hard Road to Peace, St. Martin's Press, 1998. ISBN 978-0312155063
  • The Moroccan Connection: The secret ties between Israel and Morocco, Matar Books, 2008 (in Hebrew).[2]
  • Eli Cohen, Alone in Damascus (2012), on Israeli spy Eli Cohen

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