On the night of October 5, satellite images showed that the Arab army gathered many tanks and infantry near the Golan Plateau and on the west bank of the Suez Canal. The air defense system used by Soviet-made surface-to-air missiles (SAM) is also in a ready position to fight. However, the Jewish central government still has no reaction. On the afternoon of October 5, Zamir received an urgent call from a veteran spy who confirmed that Egypt and Syria would attack Israel, although it was unclear what specific date and time. Horse live like someone left the gate open poster and canvas prints. The Mossad director immediately flew to Europe to directly verify the news. At 3:45 am on the morning of October 6, Zamir called the newspaper “the war will take place at sunset” – a mistake by Cairo and Damascus decided to attack a few hours earlier than this landmark.
Either way, Tel Aviv can’t keep up. Near the afternoon of October 6, the order to mobilize the reserve force was released. The Jewish cabinet argued vehemently about how to react to the invasion of Egypt and Syria. Finally, the female Prime Minister Golda Meir approved the positive counter-attack plan proposed by Defense Minister Moshe Dayan. Mr Dayan argued that Arabs should be blamed by bringing troops into their territory.