By Uri Dromi, March 25, 2010
What did Jews used to do whenever big tsures (troubles) came their way? They told jokes.
So today I am reminded of the Mossad agent who was sent on a mission to London, where he was supposed to meet his local contact, a certain Cohen.
The codeword for identifying each other was "White Rose". However, upon reaching the address, the Mossadnik realized that there were six Cohens living in the building. He punched the intercom of the first one and said "White Rose".
"Oh, you're looking for Cohen the spy," came the reply. "He lives on the fourth floor."