Tzipi Livni, former Israeli foreign minister, revealed that she practiced sex with several Arab personalities while working as an agent of Mossad, "in order to engage in sex scandals, to reveal and extract secret information and political concessions in favor of Israel." She even confessed to having committed murder in European countries, whose victims were Arab scholars, adding that the Israeli secret service agency Mossad intervened and saved the day.
In a recent meeting with the British newspaper "The Times", supported by Israeli and Arab press, Livni said she sees "no disadvantage" in using sex and murder for the sake of Israel ". She said she was "proud" of what she did, indicating that she would again resort to the same practices for Israel.
Confessions of Tzipi Livni came in the aftermath of a notice issued by the Chacham Israeli Ari Shaphat, which authorized Israelis "to use sexual practices with enemies in exchange for important information", claiming that "Jewish religion tolerates this."