"Expulsion from the palace" is the first Israeli book that tells the story of the turbulent life of Farouk, a king Egypt, who longed to be the leader of the Muslim world and was expelled from his country in disgraceFrom
his coronation at the age of sixteen until his abdication Sixteen years later, Farouk devoted only a little time to state affairs and indulged in his wild pleasures. He
let about five thousand women into his bed, took bribes, stole Rare valuables (including Winston Churchill's watch and the crown diamonds of the Iranian royal house ), gambled large sums, amassed a huge pornographic collection and deposited millions in secret bank accounts in Switzerland. In World War II he befriended Hitler and Mussolini and encouraged the anger of the British who actually ruled Egypt. Following the defeat of his army in the 1958 war, senior officers staged a coup and exiled him from Egypt.
The book , the result of three years of research, also brings their stories of Jewish spies from the Land of Israel, who tried to penetrate the king's palaces and reveal his secrets.