The Shin Bet and its international counterpart, the Mossad, set up a Valentine's Day date in a mock text conversation posted on the Shin Bet's Instagram account on Tuesday.
The conversation begins with the Shin Bet asking the Mossad out on a Valentine's Day date. Planning the date, however, proves complicated.
The Shin Bet suggests the pair go see a film, but the Mossad wisely points out, "no, we are always in the film." This, of course, is a reference to the myriad of films and television shows based on the covert operations of Mossad agents like Fauda and Mossad 101.
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Costumes and surveillance
The Mossad then recommends the two see a play, but the Shin Bet again references their reputation for spy activity and rejects the idea, saying "we can't be bothered - we are always in costumes." They then say "we would suggest a restaurant, but you've already eaten," implying that they've been surveilling their Valentine's Day date.
Finally, the two agree to meet at command headquarters, ending the conversation with the typical Israeli "yalla!"