A study by the Tzomet Institute released this week called, “Forbidden sexual relations for the sake of national security” ruled that female Mossad agents are permitted to have sex with the enemy in cases where national security benefits from the encounter. Rabbi Ari Shvat explains:
"There are occasional, lone cases in which female agents in our secret service initiate seduction in order to protect our nation's security. The question is: Is it permissible for the state to initiate and use forbidden sexual relations in rare and extreme cases, if that is the fastest and most efficient solution for getting necessary information or stop an act that endangers national security?"
He adds that seduction is “an efficient weapon” and gives examples where its use was employed to bring down "the most righteous amongst the righteous (King David), the wisest amongst the wise (King Solomon) and the strongest of the strong (Samson)."
Now, female Mossad agents don’t need prior approval from a rabbinical court before sexing up the enemy; the one vague caveat being that seduction isn’t kosher if its use leads to saving only “one” or “a few” lives. I’m guessing the cut-off is ten lives saved before God is cool with you fucking a terrorist.
But while seduction may now be Kosher, Rabbi Shvat recommends that only the already slutty among them need apply, stating that the job should “be given to a woman who in any event is promiscuous.”