In other cases, the Israeli security services may offer inducements. “Israel controls most people’s lives, including their ability to work and move around. Between 30 and 40 per cent of adults are unemployed. That gives Israel the leverage it needs to recruit collaborators.”Read more . . .
Lebanese in Shock Over Arrest of an Accused Spy By ROBERT F. WORTH The New York Times, February 18, 2009 http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/international/countriesandterritories/lebanon/index.html?inline=nyt-geo MARAJ, Lebanon — For 25 years, Ali al-Jarrah managed to live on both sides of the bitterest divide running … Read more . . .
Israel official: We struck in Sudan Official quoted by TIME Magazine confirms strike, says ‘it’s not our first time there.’ Al-Jazeera says Palestinian, Iranian killed in Tuesday’s bombing, later changes its report. Sudanese FM: We’ll complain to UN Elior Levy, … Read more . . .
Mossad – The World’s Most Efficient Killing MachineBy Gordon ThomasDecember 9, 2002 [The following account by Gordon Thomas defies credibility. For that reason, the webmaster searched for Gordon Thomas’ credentials. The following wikipedia entry provides information about this author, whose books … Read more . . .
May 5, 2004 The Guardian (UK) http://www.guardian.co.uk/comment/story/0,3604,1209555,00.html This torture started at the very top By Ahdaf Soueif The media in this country is politely shocked at photos of Iraqis being tortured and humiliated by US and British soldiers. A BBC1 news presenter says the … Read more . . .
Mossad does interrogations in Iraqi jails: human rights group People’s Daily Online(China), 23 May 2010 The Arab Organization for Human Rights (AOHR) said on Saturday that Israel’s intelligence agency Mossad is interrogating Arab prisoners in Iraqi jails.“I received calls from … Read more . . .
Israel trains US assassination squads in Iraq Julian Borger in Washington Tuesday December 9, 2003 Guardian Israeli advisers are helping train US special forces in aggressive counter-insurgency operations in Iraq, including the use of assassination squads against guerrilla leaders, US … Read more . . .
British Cops trained in Israel"Operation Kratos": London Met Police Special Operations Unit "Shoot to Kill" See: Michel Chossudovsky … Read more . . .
Israel’s bombing of the USS Liberty in June 8, 1967 These web sites are dedicated to the memory of thirty-four fine young men who gave their lives on June 8, 1967, defending the USS Liberty against a sustained air and … Read more . . .
Norway reopens Mossad case of mistaken identity Patrick Cockburn, Norway reopens Mossad case of mistaken identity. Independent, 11-26-1997, pp 12. Almost a quarter of a century ago, Israel’s intelligence agency killed a Moroccan waiter in Norway in the belief that … Read more . . .
Mossad’s Blunders Yossi Melman What is a spy to do when the world around him has changed? It’s time to re-invent intelligence workLos Angeles Times, 10-12-1997, pp M-1. TEL AVIV–Gen. Danny Yatom’s days as head of the Mossad, Israel’s foreign-espionage … Read more . . .
Israel’s Darkest Secrets (The New York Times OP-ED, Wednesday, 25 March 1998, page A23. Written by Yossi Melman, who covers intelligence issues for the Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz): Tel Aviv ? In televised remarks last week, Ariel Sharon, a … Read more . . .
U.S. Army Officers Say: ‘Mossad May Blame Arabs’ Sometimes “the most likely suspect” in an act of terrorism is actually a “false flag” working for-or otherwise “framed” by- those who are responsible. Exclusive To American Free Press By Michael Collins … Read more . . .