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There are remarkable claims in a new memoir by Jack O’Connell, a retired CIA agent turned lawyer to Jordanian King Hussein; most notably, O’Connell claims that without authorization he told the king that Israel planned to pre-emptively strike the Arab forces massed in June 1967. Today in Tablet Magazine, staff writer Allison Hoffman examines how much we can assume is true. For my part, I am choosing to believe the part in which Hussein was tripping on acid.

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