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Envoyé spécial du 12 mai 2016 La ruse la haine et la traitrise incarnée par cet agent du mossad

17.5.2016, 1:46
Author: La Haine
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Envoyé spécial du 12 mai 2016 La ruse la haine et la traitrise incarnée par cet agent du mossad

Evil Israeli Zionist Jews Did 911 Proven Part 20/80. Media Reporter Are Mossad & MI6 Agents

6.6.2016, 4:55
Author: Maggie Thompson
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Evil Israeli Zionist Jews Did 911 Proven Part 20/80. Media Reporter Are Mossad & MI6 Agents
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Nairobi Airport Fire Investigation: FBI and Mossad agents reportedly join Kenyan investigation

4.4.2016, 2:17
Author: Rand Sanford
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Nairobi Airport Fire Investigation: FBI and Mossad agents reportedly join Kenyan investigation

Cet ancien officier SS devenu agent du Mossad

31.3.2016, 21:19
Author: i24news
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Duration: 00:02:13
Le Journal du Soir avec Jean-Charles Banoun - 31/03/2016

Mossad Israeli agent in Pakistan

20.11.2015, 12:55
Author: PAKTune
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Duration: 00:01:18
Mossad Israeli agent in Pakistan

Qaim Ali Shah Raw Mossad Taliban Ke Agent Hain..Faisal Raza abidi

23.8.2015, 20:40
Author: azam
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Duration: 00:00:48

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  • NCIS - intox US CIA FBI MOSSAD en France

    12.2.2011, 1:04
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    NCIS - intox US CIA FBI MOSSAD en France

    Did Mossad Do Charlie Hebdo

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    Did Mossad Do Charlie Hebdo

    Frère Nathanaël : Les empreintes du mossad sur les attentats de Paris

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    AIDE POUR LA VIDÉO : TSA - Transport Security Agency DHS - Department of Homeland Security Chertoff - Ancien Secrétaire à la Sécurité intérieure des États-Unis Lieberman - fondateur et dirigeant du parti d'extrême droite Israelien Beytenou

    4/4 - Le prédicateur Omar Bakri, Taupe du Mossad - Lié à Woolwich

    29.6.2013, 18:17
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    SOURCES: http://web.archive.org/web/20030210204900/http://www.the-week.com/20feb06/events2.htm http://911falseflagarchive.blogspot.fr/2011/03/january-12-2000-eleven-israeli.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Week_%28Indian_magazine%29 Traduction texte de l'anglais: Lee Mat Vidéo: Lee Mat

    WilldaBeast/ Beyonce - Formation

    10.2.2016, 19:38
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    Duration: 00:07:24
    Музыка: Beyonce - Formation Хореография: WilldaBeast Adams Танцоры: China Taylor, Willdabeast Adams, Jade Chynoweth, Stevie Dore, Jamie Hauptmann, Sean Lew, Will Simmons, Josh Price, Kaycee Rice, Tati McQuay, Tahani Anderson #dance
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    " Visited: 19026 Duration: 00:07:24 Muzyka: Beyonce - Formation KHoreografija: WilldaBeast Adams Tancory: China Taylor, Willdabeast Adams, Jade Chynoweth, Stevie Dore, Jamie Hauptmann, Sean Lew, Will Simmons, Josh Price, Kaycee Rice, Tati McQuay, Tahani Anderson #dance "

    ПРЕМЬЕРА!!! Beyonce - Formation (eyoncé Let's get in Formation! www.Beyonce.com 2016) "PREMERA!!! Beyonce - Formation (eyoncé Let's get in Formation! www.Beyonce.com 2016)"

    7.2.2016, 11:05
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    ПРЕМЬЕРА КЛИПА 2016!!! Beyonce - Formation (eyoncé Let's get in Formation! www.Beyonce.com 2016) смотреть клип в оригинале (http://www.beyonce.com/#) (http://www.beyonce.com/#)
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    " Visited: 5184 Duration: 00:04:50 PREMERA KLIPA 2016!!! Beyonce - Formation (eyoncé Let's get in Formation! www.Beyonce.com 2016) smotret klip v originale (http://www.beyonce.com/#) (http://www.beyonce.com/#)"

    Lia Kim/ Formation - Beyonce

    19.2.2016, 1:27
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    Хореография: Lia Kim Музыка: Formation - Beyonce #dance
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    " Visited: 3159 Duration: 00:04:06 KHoreografija: Lia Kim Muzyka: Formation - Beyonce #dance "

    YANIS MARSHALL/ HIGH HEELS/ BEYONCE - FORMATION

    19.3.2016, 21:12
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    Музыка: BEYONCE - FORMATION Хореография: YANIS MARSHALL Мастеркласс в Рио-де-Жанейро #dance
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    " Visited: 1952 Duration: 00:05:54 Muzyka: BEYONCE - FORMATION KHoreografija: YANIS MARSHALL Masterklass v Rio-de-ZHanejjro #dance "

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  • Israel Faces Bill After Mossad Agents Get Stuck in the Mud

    8.3.2016, 9:10
    Israel Faces Bill After Mossad Agents Get Stuck in the Mud
    Author: Euronews English
    Published: 2016-3-8 09:10:37
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    Duration: 00:00:50
    A muddy mishap by two Mossad agents on an overseas mission is set to cost Israel’s secret service. The unfortunate pair were operating in German mayor Klaus Langer’s northern municipality of Quarnbeck when their car got stuck in the mud – requiring a rescue operation with a price tag of 1,263 euros. Amid reports that firearms were found in the stricken vehicle, Langer demanded answers over why a foreign country is allowed to behave in this way, with machine guns that might frighten people.

    Israel's Prisoner X

    17.2.2013, 19:05
    Israel's Prisoner X
    Author: Real News Network
    Published: 2013-2-17 19:05:13
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    Duration: 00:07:53
    Shir Hever on the death of a supposed Mossad agent while in Israeli prison

    A Familiar Face Returns to 'Covert Affairs'

    12.11.2011, 11:18
    A Familiar Face Returns to 'Covert Affairs'
    Author: TheInsider.com
    Published: 2011-11-12 11:18:17
    Visited: 8680
    Duration: 00:01:42
    Fireworks are pretty much guaranteed any time Annie Walker crosses paths with Mossad agent Eyal Lavine, so fans should get excited that this Tuesday's episode -- titled A Girl Like You -- not only features the sparks of insane chemistry these two share, but also a hail of bullets and at least one exploding automobile. But before we get to the gun play, watch an exclusive sneak peek from Tuesday's episode to find out exactly how Eyal comes back into Annie's life!

    The Debt - Jessica Chastain Interview

    17.10.2010, 13:36
    The Debt - Jessica Chastain Interview
    Author: CHIC.TV Fashion
    Published: 2010-10-17 13:36:01
    Visited: 30120
    Duration: 00:01:24
    In 1965, three young Israeli Mossad agents on a secret mission capture and kill a notorious Nazi war criminal. Now, thirty years later, a man claiming to be the Nazi has surfaced in Ukraine and one of the former agents must go back undercover to seek out the truth. Watch one of the stars of the movie, Jessica Chastain, talk about 'The Debt'.

    Sam Worthington and Helen Mirren Have 'The Debt'

    1.8.2010, 14:09
    Sam Worthington and Helen Mirren Have 'The Debt'
    Author: Hollyscoop
    Published: 2010-8-1 14:09:06
    Visited: 6901
    Duration: 00:02:28
    In 1965, three young Israeli Mossad agents on a secret mission capture and kill a notorious Nazi war criminal. Now, thirty years later, a man claiming to be the Nazi has surfaced in Ukraine and one of the former agents must go back undercover to seek out the truth.

    Israel Names New Head of Mossad Intelligence Agency

    8.12.2015, 21:06
    Israel Names New Head of Mossad Intelligence Agency
    Author: Euronews English
    Published: 2015-12-8 21:06:20
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    Duration: 00:00:20
    Yossi Cohen will be the next head of Israel’s secretive Mossad intelligence agency. Fifty four year old Cohen, a former Mossad operative, has been Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s top security adviser for the past two years.

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  • Israeli and Romanian ammunition captured from ISIS

    17.6.2016, 15:00
    RED CROSS
    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2016/06/16/israeli-and-romanian-ammunition-captured-from-isis/ Smuggled via Turkey hidden in food sacks - a deadly version of 'humanitarian aid' The Syrian army and popular forces captured a number of terrorists in the Eastern parts of Sweida province who were transporting Israeli-made ammunition to the ISIS and Al-Nusra forces. Romania has been a major supplier of ISIS, flying ammunition from the US airbase outside Constanta from day one. The same planes that delivered this ammunition (which was loaded into food bags at a US airbase under US noses) also carried TOW missiles to ISIS & Al-Nusra; this is another part of that secret war between the Obama White House and the rogue Bush-era Neocons that still run the CIA. These are the people who are working with the Turks and Saudis to destabilise Europe, to take down the EU and replace it with the sort of facist regime that we have seen arise in Kiev, Warsaw and Riga. As for Israel, in this case, they are just an arms supplier, as always, we remind people to think beyond the usual 'the Jews did it' mindset and realise that this is a far bigger game with more players in play. An inability to see past that point has plagued many so-called experts who ply their dubious trade on the interwebs. Invariably, the most clumsy and obvious critics of Israel are backed by a Mossad or Shin Bet operation or they are blindly steered by handlers placed around them. Broadcaster Jeff Rense discovered his long-time companion was a Mossad agent. It isn't just Tel-Aviv's number one cheerleader Alex Jones but others like Richie Allen, Stew Webb, Pete Santilli, Michael Rivero, Christopher Bollyn and the queen of them all, David Icke. Nor the publications, not just InfoWars , but Counterpunch, Russia Insider, Moscow Times, Russia Behind The Headlines, Globalresearch.ca and at one time, Press TV in Iran too.

    Otto Skorzeny: The Nazi SS commander who later killed german scientists for the MOSSAD and accused Egypt

    5.4.2016, 18:20
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    Otto Skorzeny meets with Hitler in 1943 after leading the daring rescue of the German leader's friend and ally, Benito Mussolini.On September 11, 1962, a German scientist vanished. The basic facts were simple: Heinz Krug had been at his office, and he never came home. The only other salient detail known to police in Munich was that Krug commuted to Cairo frequently. He was one of dozens of Nazi rocket experts who had been hired by Egypt to develop advanced weapons for that country. HaBoker, a now defunct Israeli newspaper, surprisingly claimed to have the explanation: The Egyptians kidnapped Krug to prevent him from doing business with Israel. But that somewhat clumsy leak was an attempt by Israel to divert investigators from digging too deeply into the case - not that they ever would have found the 49-year-old scientist. We can now report - based on interviews with former Mossad officers and with Israelis who have access to the Mossad's archived secrets from half a century ago - that Krug was murdered as part of an Israeli espionage plot to intimidate the German scientists working for Egypt. Moreover, the most astounding revelation is the Mossad agent who fired the fatal gunshots: Otto Skorzeny, one of the Israeli spy agency's most valuable assets, was a former lieutenant colonel in Nazi Germany's Waffen-SS and one of Adolf Hitler's personal favorites among the party's commando leaders. The F"uhrer, in fact, awarded Skorzeny the army's most prestigious medal, the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross, for leading the rescue operation that plucked his friend Benito Mussolini out from the hands of his captors. But that was then. By 1962, according to our sources - who spoke only on the promise that they not be identified - Skorzeny had a different employer. The story of how that came to be is one of the most important untold tales in the archives of the Mossad, the agency whose full name, translated from Hebrew, is "The Institute for Intelligence and Special Missions." Key to understanding the story is that the Mossad had made stopping German scientists then working on Egypt's rocket program one of its top priorities. For several months before his death, in fact, Krug, along with other Germans who were working in Egypt's rocket-building industry, had received threatening messages. When in Germany, they got phone calls in the middle of the night, telling them to quit the Egyptian program. When in Egypt, some were sent letter bombs - and several people were injured by the explosions. Krug, as it happens, was near the top of the Mossad's target list. During the war that ended 17 years earlier, Krug was part of a team of superstars at Peenem"unde, the military test range on the coast of the Baltic Sea, where top German scientists toiled in the service of Hitler and the Third Reich. The team, led by Wernher von Braun, was proud to have engineered the rockets for the Blitz that nearly defeated England. Its wider ambitions included missiles that could fly a lot farther, with greater accuracy and more destructive power. According to Mossad research, a decade after the war ended, von Braun invited Krug and other former colleagues to join him in America. Von Braun, his war record practically expunged, was leading a missile development program for the United States. He even became one of the fathers of the NASA space exploration program. Krug opted for another, seemingly more lucrative option: joining other scientists from the Peenem"unde group - led by the German professor Wolfgang Pilz, whom he greatly admired - in Egypt. They would set up a secret strategic missile program for that Arab country. In the Israelis' view, Krug had to know that Israel, the country where so many Holocaust survivors had found refuge, was the intended target of his new masters' military capabilities. A committed Nazi would see this as an opportunity to continue the ghastly mission of exterminating the Jewish people. The threatening notes and phone calls, however, were driving Krug crazy. He and his colleagues knew that the threats were from Israelis. It was obvious. In 1960, Israeli agents had kidnapped Adolf Eichmann, one of the chief administrators of the Holocaust, in far-off Argentina. The Israelis astonishingly smuggled the Nazi to Jerusalem, where he was put on trial. Eichmann was hanged on May 31, 1962. It was reasonable for Krug to feel that a Mossad noose might be tightening around his neck, too. That was why he summoned help: a Nazi hero who was considered the best of the best in Hitler's heyday. One of the Mossad's top priorities was stopping German scientists from working on Egypt's rocket program. On the day he vanished, according to our new information from reliable sources, Krug left his office to meet Skorzeny, the man he felt would be his savior. Skorzeny, then 54 years old, was quite simply a legend. A dashing, innovative military man who grew up in Austria - famous for a long scar on the left side of his face, the result of his overly exuberant swordplay while fencing as a youth- he rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel in Nazi Germany's Waffen-SS. Thanks to Skorzeny's exploits as a guerrilla commander, Hitler recognized that he had a man who would go above and beyond, and stop at nothing, to complete a mission. The colonel's feats during the war inspired Germans and the grudging respect of Germany's enemies. American and British military intelligence labeled Skorzeny "the most dangerous man in Europe." Krug contacted Skorzeny in the hope that the great hero - then living in Spain - could create a strategy to keep the scientists safe. The two men were in Krug's white Mercedes, driving north out of Munich, and Skorzeny said that as a first step he had arranged for three bodyguards. He said they were in a car directly behind and would accompany them to a safe place in a forest for a chat. Krug was murdered, then and there, without so much as a formal indictment or death sentence. The man who pulled the trigger was none other than the famous Nazi war hero. Israel's espionage agency had managed to turn Otto Skorzeny into a secret agent for the Jewish state. After Krug was shot, the three Israelis poured acid on his body, waited awhile and then buried what was left in a hole they had dug beforehand. They covered the makeshift grave with lime, so that search dogs - and wild animals - would never pick up the scent of human remains. The troika that coordinated this extrajudicial execution was led by a future prime minister of Israel, Yitzhak Shamir, who was then head of the Mossad's special operations unit. One of the others was Zvi "Peter" Malkin, who had tackled Eichmann in Argentina and in later life would enter the art world as a New York-based painter. Supervising from a distance was Yosef "Joe" Raanan, who was the secret agency's senior officer in Germany. All three had lost large numbers of family members among the 6 million Jews murdered by the cruel, continent-wide genocide that Eichmann had managed. Israel's motivation in working with a man such as Skorzeny was clear: to get as close as possible to Nazis who were helping Egypt plot a new Holocaust. The Mossad's playbook for protecting Israel and the Jewish people has no preordained rules or limits. The agency's spies have evaded the legal systems in a host of countries for the purpose of liquidating Israel's enemies: Palestinian terrorists, Iranian scientists, and even a Canadian arms inventor named Gerald Bull, who worked for Saddam Hussein until bullets ended his career in Brussels in 1990. Mossad agents in Lillehammer, Norway, even killed a Moroccan waiter in the mistaken belief that he was the mastermind behind the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre of 11 Israeli athletes by the terrorist group known as Black September. Ahmed Bouchikhi was shot down in 1973 as he left a movie theatre with his pregnant wife. The Israeli government later paid compensation to her without officially admitting wrongdoing. The botched mission delayed further Mossad assassinations, but it did not end them. To get to unexpected places on these improbable missions, the Mossad has sometimes found itself working with unsavory partners. When short-term alliances could help, the Israelis were willing to dance with the proverbial devil, if that is what seemed necessary. But why did Skorzeny work with the Mossad? Comment: Those are also traits that many psychopaths seem to have. A psychopath would also have no trouble switching alliances, like from Nazis to Mossad, if he saw that it benefit him. He joined Austria's branch of the Nazi Party in 1931, when he was 23, served in its armed militia, the SA, and enthusiastically worshipped Hitler. The f"uhrer was elected chancellor of Germany in 1933 and then seized Austria in 1938. When Hitler invaded Poland in 1939 and World War II broke out, Skorzeny left his construction firm and volunteered - not for the regular army, the Wehrmacht, but for the Leibstandarte SS Panzer division that served as Hitler's personal bodyguard force. Skorzeny, in a memoir written after the war was over, told of his years of SS service as though they were almost bloodless travels in occupied Poland, Holland and France. His activities could not have been as innocuous as his book made them seem. He took part in battles in Russia and Poland, and certainly the Israelis believed it was very likely that he was involved in exterminating Jews. The Waffen-SS, after all, was not the regular army; it was the military arm of the Nazi Party and its genocidal plan. His most famous and daring mission was in September 1943: leading commandos who flew engineless gliders to reach an Italian mountaintop resort to rescue Hitler's friend and ally, the recently ousted Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini and spirit him away under harrowing conditions. This was the escapade that earned Skorzeny his promotion to lieutenant colonel - and operational control of Hitler's SS Special Forces. Hitler also rewarded him with several hours of face-to-face conversation, along with the coveted Knight's Cross. But it was far from his only coup. In September 1944, when Hungary's dictator, Admiral Miklos Horthy, a Nazi ally, was on the verge of suing for peace with Russia as Axis fortunes plunged, Skorzeny led a contingent of Special Forces into Budapest to kidnap Horthy and replace his government with the more hard-line Fascist Arrow Cross regime. That regime, in turn, went on to kill or to deport to concentration camps tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews who had managed to survive the war up to that point. Also in 1944, Skorzeny handpicked 150 soldiers, including some who spoke fair to excellent English in a bold plan to fend off the Allies after they landed in Normandy on D-Day in June. With the Allies advancing through France, Skorzeny dressed his men in captured U.S. uniforms, and procured captured American tanks for them to use in attacking and confusing Allied troops from behind their own lines. Skorzeny's Special Missions: The Autobiography of Hitler's Commando Ace," published by Greenhill Books. He spun some tall-tale hyperbole in the books, and definitely downplayed his contacts with the most bloodthirsty Nazi leaders. When telling of his many conversations with Hitler, he described the dictator as a caring and attentive military strategist. There was much that Skorzeny did not reveal, including how he escaped from the American military authorities who held him for a third year after his acquittal. Prosecutors were considering more charges against him in the Nuremberg tribunals, but during one transfer he was able to escape - reputedly with the help of former SS soldiers wearing American military police uniforms. Skorzeny's escape was also rumored to have been assisted by the CIA's predecessor agency, the Office of Special Services, for which he did some work after the war. It is certainly notable that he was allowed to settle in Spain - a paradise for Nazi war veterans, with protection from the pro-Western Fascist, Generalissimo Francisco Franco. In the years that followed he did some advisory work for President Juan Peron in Argentina and for Egypt's government. It was during this period that Skorzeny became friendly with the Egyptian officers who were running the missile program and employing German experts. In Israel, a Mossad planning team started to work on where it could be best to find and kill Skorzeny. But the head of the agency, Isser Harel, had a bolder plan: Instead of killing him, snare him. Mossad officials had known for some time that to target the German scientists, they needed an inside man in the target group. In effect, the Mossad needed a Nazi. The Israelis would never find a Nazi they could trust, but they saw a Nazi they could count on: someone thorough and determined, with a record of success in executing innovative plans, and skilled at keeping secrets. The seemingly bizarre decision to recruit Skorzeny came with some personal pain, because the task was entrusted to Raanan, who was also born in Vienna and had barely escaped the Holocaust. As an Austrian Jew, his name was originally Kurt Weisman. After the Nazis took over in 1938, he was sent - at age 16 - to British-ruled Palestine. His mother and younger brother stayed in Europe and perished. Like many Jews in Palestine, Kurt Weisman joined the British military looking for a chance to strike back at Germany. He served in the Royal Air Force. After the creation of Israel in 1948, he followed the trend of taking on a Hebrew name, and as Joe Raanan he was among the first pilots in the new nation's tiny air force. The young man rapidly became an airbase commander and later the air force's intelligence chief. Raanan's unique r'esum'e, including some work he did for the RAF in psychological warfare, attracted the attention of Harel, who signed him up for the Mossad in 1957. A few years later, Raanan was sent to Germany to direct the secret agency's operations there - with a special focus on the German scientists in Egypt. Thus it was Raanan who had to devise and command an operation to establish contact with Skorzeny, the famous Nazi commando. The Israeli spy found it difficult to get over his reluctance, but when ordered, he assembled a team that traveled to Spain for "pre-action intelligence." Its members observed Skorzeny, his home, his workplace and his daily routines. The team included a German woman in her late 20s who was not a trained, full-time Mossad agent but a "helper." Known by the Hebrew label " saayanit " (or " saayan " if a male), this team member was like an extra in a grandly theatrical movie, playing whatever role might be required. A saayanit would often pose as the girlfriend of an undercover Mossad combatant. Internal Mossad reports later gave her name as Anke and described her as pretty, vivacious and truly flirtatious. That would be perfect for the job at hand - a couples game. One evening in the early months of 1962, the affluent and ruggedly handsome - though scarred - Skorzeny was in a luxurious bar in Madrid with his significantly younger wife, Ilse von Finckenstein. Her own Nazi credentials were impeccable; she was the niece of Hjalmar Schacht, Hitler's talented finance minister. They had a few cocktails and were relaxing, when the bartender introduced them to a German-speaking couple he had been serving. The woman was pretty and in her late 20s, and her escort was a well-dressed man of around 40. They were German tourists, they said, but they also told a distressing story: that they had just survived a harrowing street robbery. They spoke perfect German, of course, the man with a bit of an Austrian accent, like Skorzeny's. They gave their false names, but in reality they were, respectively, a Mossad agent whose name must still be kept secret and his "helper," Anke. There were more drinks, then somewhat flamboyant flirting, and soon Skorzeny's wife invited the young couple, who had lost everything - money, passports and luggage - to stay the night at their sumptuous villa. There was just something irresistible about the newcomers. A sense of sexual intimacy between the two couples was in the air. After the four entered the house, however, at a crucial moment when the playful flirting reached the point where it seemed time to pair off, Skorzeny - the charming host - pulled a gun on the young couple and declared: "I know who you are, and I know why you're here. You are Mossad, and you've come to kill me." The young couple did not even flinch. The man said: "You are half-right. We are from Mossad, but if we had come to kill you, you would have been dead weeks ago." "Or maybe," Skorzeny said, "I would rather just kill you." Anke spoke up. "If you kill us, the ones who come next won't bother to have a drink with you, You won't even see their faces before they blow out your brains. Our offer to you is just for you to help us." After a long minute that felt like an hour, Skorzeny did not lower his gun, but he asked: "What kind of help? You need something done?" The Mossad officer - who even now is not being named by colleagues - told Skorzeny that Israel needed information and would pay him handsomely. Hitler's favorite commando paused for a few moments to think, and then surprised the Israeli by saying: "Money doesn't interest me. I have enough." The Mossad man was further surprised to hear Skorzeny name something that he did want: "I need for Wiesenthal to remove my name from his list." Simon Wiesenthal, the famous Vienna-based Nazi-hunter, had Skorzeny listed as a war criminal, but now the accused was insisting he had not committed any crimes. The Israeli did not believe any senior Nazi officer's claim of innocence, but recruiting an agent for an espionage mission calls for well-timed lies and deception. "Okay," he said, "that will be done. We'll take care of that." Skorzeny finally lowered his weapon, and the two men shook hands. The Mossad man concealed his disgust. "I knew that the whole story about you being robbed was bogus," Skorzeny said, with the boastful smile of a fellow intelligence professional. "Just a cover story." The next step to draw him in was to bring him to Israel. His Mossad handler, Raanan, secretly arranged a flight to Tel Aviv, where Skorzeny was introduced to Harel. The Nazi was questioned and also received more specific instructions and guidelines. During this visit, Skorzeny was taken to Yad Vashem, the museum in Jerusalem dedicated to the memory of the 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust. The Nazi was silent and seemed respectful. There was a strange moment there when a war survivor pointed to Skorzeny and singled him out by name as "a war criminal." Raanan, as skilled an actor as any spy must be, smiled at the Jewish man and softly said: "No, you're mistaken. He's a relative of mine and himself is a Holocaust survivor." Naturally, many in Israeli intelligence wondered if the famous soldier for Germany had genuinely - and so easily - been recruited. Did he really care so much about his image that he demanded to be removed from a list of war criminals? Skorzeny indicated that being on the list meant he was a target for assassination. By cooperating with the Mossad, he was buying life insurance. The new agent seemed to prove his full reliability. As requested by the Israelis, he flew to Egypt and compiled a detailed list of German scientists and their addresses. Skorzeny also provided the names of many front companies in Europe that were procuring and shipping components for Egypt's military projects. These included Heinz Krug's company, Intra, in Munich. Raanan continued to be the project manager of the whole operation aimed against the German scientists. But he assigned the task of staying in contact with Skorzeny to two of his most effective operatives: Rafi Eitan and Avraham Ahituv. Eitan was one of the most amazing characters in Israeli intelligence. He earned the nickname "Mr. Kidnap" for his role in abducting Eichmann and other men wanted by Israeli security agencies. Eitan also helped Israel acquire materials for its secret nuclear program. He would go on to earn infamy in the 1980s by running Jonathan Pollard as an American Jewish spy in the United States government. Surprisingly flamboyant after a life in the shadows, in 2006, at age 79, Eitan became a Member of Parliament as head of a political party representing senior citizens. "Yes, I met and ran Skorzeny," Eitan confirmed to us recently. Like other Mossad veterans, he refused to go on the record with more details. Ahituv, who was born in Germany in 1930, was similarly involved in a wide array of Israeli clandestine operations all around the globe. From 1974 to 1980 he was head of the domestic security service, Shin Bet, which also guarded many secrets and often conducted joint projects with the Mossad. The Mossad agents did try to persuade Wiesenthal to remove Skorzeny from his list of war criminals, but the Nazi hunter refused. The Mossad, with typical chutzpah, instead forged a letter - supposedly to Skorzeny from Wiesenthal- declaring that his name had been cleared. Skorzeny continued to surprise the Israelis with his level of cooperation. During a trip to Egypt, he even mailed exploding packages; one Israeli-made bomb killed five Egyptians in the military rocket site Factory 333, where German scientists worked. The campaign of intimidation was largely successful, with most of the Germans leaving Egypt. Israel stopped the violence and threats, however, when one team was arrested in Switzerland while putting verbal pressure on a scientist's family. A Mossad man and an Austrian scientist who was working for Israel were put on trial. Luckily, the Swiss judge sympathized with Israel's fear of Egypt's rocket program. The two men were convicted of making threats, but they were immediately set free. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, however, concluded that all of this being out in public was disastrous to Israel's image - and specifically could upset a deal he had arranged with West Germany to sell weapons to Israel. Harel submitted a letter of resignation, and to his shock, Ben-Gurion accepted it. The new Mossad director, commander of military intelligence Gen. Meir Amit, moved the agency away from chasing or intimidating Nazis. Amit did activate Skorzeny at least once more, however. The spymaster wanted to explore the possibility of secret peace negotiations, so he asked Israel's on-the-payroll Nazi to arrange a meeting with a senior Egyptian official. Nothing ever came of it. Skorzeny never explained his precise reasons for helping Israel. His autobiography does not contain the word "Israel," or even "Jew." It is true that he sought and got the life insurance. The Mossad did not assassinate him. He also had a very strong streak of adventurism, and the notion of doing secret work with fascinating spies - even if they were Jewish - must have been a magnet for the man whose innovative escapades had earned him the Iron Cross medal from Hitler. Skorzeny was the kind of man who would feel most youthful and alive through killing and fear. It is possible that regret and atonement also played a role. The Mossad's psychological analysts doubted it, but Skorzeny may have genuinely felt sorry for his actions during World War II. He may have been motivated by a combination of all these factors, and perhaps even others. But Otto Skorzeny took this secret to his grave. He died of cancer, at age 67, in Madrid in July 1975. He had two funerals, one in a chapel in Spain's capital and the other to bury his cremated remains in the Skorzeny family plot in Vienna. Both services were attended by dozens of German military veterans and wives, who did not hesitate to give the one-armed Nazi salute and sing some of Hitler's favorite songs. Fourteen of Skorzeny's medals, many featuring a boldly black swastika, were prominently paraded in the funeral processions. There was one man at the service in Madrid who was known to no one in the crowd, but out of habit he still made sure to hide his face as much as he could. That was Joe Raanan, who by then had become a successful businessman in Israel. The Mossad did not send Raanan to Skorzeny's funeral; he decided to attend on his own, and at his own expense. This was a personal tribute from one Austrian-born warrior to another, and from an old spy handler to the best, but most loathsome, agent he ever ran.

    New Mossad wanted ad quizzes would-be cyberspies

    14.5.2016, 15:25
    aydeo
    HEX code in newspaper ad leads to webpage where potential recruits are invited to take part in a digital game of hide and seek - Israel's spy agency published a wanted ad this week containing a coded message for would-be secret agents. Mossad's ad, run on several media outlets, featured a photo of a screen showing computer code with two parts highlighted: the combination "82 d3 54 aa" and the words "Are you ready for a challenge? The combination was written in HEX code. When converted from Hexadecimal to decimal code, it gives the number "130 211 84 170" - an IP address. The address leads to a page titled "Challenge #1" The text beneath reads: "Good morning Agent C! We require your skills for an urgent search & rescue mission. One of your colleagues has been taken hostage by an unidentified group, and is being held in a previously unknown holding facility. Our SIGINT squad has been successful in geo-locating the facility and found indications of an electronic lock mechanism in the main entrance. The rescue team needs your help in opening this mechanism so they can enter and search the premises." The next page asks the user to browse a file from their PC to be used as a security token. Dr. Tal Pearl, a cyber expert, told the Hebrew language website NRG that the recruitment method chosen by Mossad is often used by cyber and hi tech companies. "There are a few benefits to this," Pearl said. "First of all it is a very strong filter that leaves in the end only the experts who succeeded in solving all the challenges. This way you don't just get flooded with CVs but only get those from the people who really fit you." "In addition," Pearl told NRG, "when you publish a challenge like this you show potential recruits that you are serious and you only the draw the best candidates. This way you brand yourself as a serious, sophisticated organization worth working for. In this sense this ad by Mossad is very appropriate."

    BLACK CUBE ISRAELIAN AGENTS ARRESTED IN ROMANIA FOR SPYING

    7.4.2016, 12:36
    Ardeal73
    Four Israeli citizens are investigated in Romania for allegedly spying and trying to discredit the National Anticorruption Directorate - DNA's chief prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi. Two of the suspects, Dan Zorella and Avi Yanus, are former Israeli secret service officers. They are the co-founders and executive directors of the Israeli private investigation firm Black Cube. The Israeli secret service Mossad's former director Meir Dagan worked with this firm in the past and was the firm's honorary president until March this year when he died. According to the Romanian prosecutors, Dan Zorella and Avi Yanus together with several Black Cube employees, including Ron Weiner and David Geclowicz, have set up an organized crime group that harassed and carried cyber-attacks on Romania's chief anticorruption prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi. Weiner and Geclowicz have already been arrested in Romania. The investigation is still in a preliminary phase, and the Romanian prosecutors are trying to determine who hired Black Cube to start this operation against Kovesi, according to the chief prosecutor of the Directorate for Combatting Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT).

    "Our woman in Beirut"- Israeli Mossad agent

    6.9.2015, 9:02
    TrueISR
    It's hard to imagine, but this attractive young woman was one of the boldest Mossad agents to ever serve the agency, taking part in several major operations, and earning the Chief of Staff's commendation. She was young, beautiful, and one of the Mossad's most daring operatives. No one knows what she looks like today as current photographs of her are classified, but in a new book, Yael sheds light on the shadowy, legendary work of the Mossad. On April 9, 1973, at 7pm, Yael met an Israeli man named Eviatar for dinner. They sat in a genteel restaurant in Beirut's Phoenicia Hotel. She wore a chic, elegant sports jacket, with a green scarf draped on her neck. They drank wine, enjoyed the food, and talked. An eavesdropper would have had no idea that these were two operatives in the Mossad's Caesarea unit, the secret agency's operative arm - or that Yael was meeting her boyfriend for a secret mission. He asked her about her neighborhood, about the view in her apartment. "And what about the neighbors who live across from you?" He wondered. The names remained unuttered, but they knew what he meant. Two months earlier, Yael had rented an apartment across the street from the apartments of several interesting figures: Kamal Adwan, a high-ranking member of the Black September terror organization; Mohammed Yousef al-Najjar, the head of the PLO's branch in Lebanon; and Kamal Nasser, the PLO's spokesman. Yael monitored the men from her windows. "They're home today, all three," Yael told Eviatar. Silence fell, but only momentarily. "He told me to go straight to my apartment and stay in the back, far from the windows," Yael remembers years later. "'We'll meet in the next few days,' he told me.'I'll let you know where and when'. I naively thought he worried too much about me." Yael didn't know that just then, while she was eating her dinner, IDF troops were already out in the sea, waiting for approval to come ashore in Beirut. And she didn't know that her statement about the three men being home would be the opening shot of Operation "Spring of Youth," considered one of the most audacious operations in the history of Israel's security services, in which elite IDF units and the Mossad killed the three senior Palestinian terrorists, who were among those responsible for the murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics. I met Yael this week at her apartment in central Israel. At 79, and despite poor health, she is still an impressive woman. A new book, "Yael -the Mossad's Warrior in Beirut", was written by Efrat Mas after speaking to Yael and her colleagues over the course of two years. Of course, Yael is her undercover name given by the Mossad; her identity is still under wraps. What happened to you that night, after you separated from your partner in the operation, Eviatar? "I wandered around Beirut's downtown for a bit. I was in a good mood. I was so happy to meet someone from the office and feel at home for a moment. He said he would meet me again in a couple of days and that misled me, so I was completely calm. I arrived at the apartment at around 9pm. I checked, like I always did, if anyone had entered while I was gone, and then I went to the window to see if 'the three objectives' were still in their apartments. "Mohammed Najarr and Kamal Adwan lived in two apartments on the sixth floor right across from me. Kamal Nasser lived n the building adjacent to theirs, on the third floor. The lights were on in the three apartments. I heard the sound of cars coming and going. I was satisfied that the information I had passed on at 7pm was still up-to-date, and went to sleep." A few hours later, she heard gunshots. "I crawled on the floor and peeped outside to see what was happening," she recalls. "Three large vehicles were parked on the street. The shots got louder, there were screams, and the lights in the three apartments turned on. Everything happened quickly and suddenly I heard 'come here, come here', in Hebrew. When I heard Hebrew in the heart of Beirut, I knew that was it, there was an operation underway, and I connected what was happening with the information I had given to Eviatar a few hours earlier. After all, I wasn't quite that na"ive. I remember saying to myself, "I am just doing my job'. I did what they told me to do, that's all." And were you scared? "I was afraid they might shoot me by mistake, as only a narrow road separated my window from their apartments. The Israeli fighters didn't know I was there, they know there was real-time intelligence but they didn't know exactly who, where, and how. Many years after that, when we lived in Caesarea, Major General )Ret.) Amiram Levin was our neighbor. One day we got to talking. He took part in the operation; he was a Major, and acted as deputy to the mission commander Ehud Barak. He told me that they knew their had to be a Mossad agent present in order to convey the real time intelligence, and that he always asked himself where this person was, The seeing but unseen, and how he could prevent accidentally hitting them. I was that person. I stood by the window and everything happened very quickly, and then there was a sudden silence for a few minutes, until the police and army forces began arriving on the scene." So then what did you do? "I sat by my writing desk, which was situated right under my window, and I wrote to my contact at headquarters about the night's events, under the pretext of a love letter. Among other things I wrote: 'Emil my dear, I am still shaking from last night's events, I woke up suddenly in the middle of the night from the sound of explosions. I ran to the window and saw a battle taking place in the street. It was awful, I ran back to the other window, where I thought I would be protected from an errant bullet, after a few hours the quiet returned, and to my surprise I fell asleep. When I woke up I thought it was all just a bad dream. But no, it was reality; those awful Israelis were really here. I think I might take a vacation and visit you during the Easter holiday. Lovingly yours, Reeba, your nun in Lebanon.' In the writing I hid the sentence: 'It was a great show last night. Well done!" In the book you say that it was precisely on the night of the operation that you in fact thought about your parents back in the US. "Yes, it was when I returned from a meeting with Eviatar. It was free time for me. I was relaxed, I had a great evening, and I didn't feel responsible for anything at that moment. I snuggled up on the couch in my room, and suddenly I began thinking about my parents, on my path from the US to Beirut. I thought to myself that if my parents would have known where I was now, they would have been shocked, and wouldn't have understood what happened to their soft and innocent daughter." Drafting The meeting with Mike Harari Nothing in Yael's previous life could have hinted at her participation in one of the boldest operations ever conducted by the Israeli security apparatus. She was born in Canada and grew up in New Jersey, in a warm and supporting household. Her father held a doctorate in physics, and her mother was a housewife. The family only had coincidental ties to Judaism. "In our neighborhood there were only three Jewish families," she says, "so we didn't really know a lot about Judaism. We weren't a Zionist or Jewish household. We had a Christmas tree at home. My dad didn't pay much importance to religion. Science and scientific thinking were his whole world. I remember running into anti-Semitism just once as a child. It happened when a kid was walking behind me, and said 'move dirty Jew.' I turned around and told him, 'I'm a Jew but I'm not dirty.' But besides that moment, I didn't have a Jewish or Zionist experience. Despite that you made aliyah. "The main reason was that I was in a bad marriage, and I wanted to get far away from my husband. We fought a lot, and I though I would go for a year. Later on more reasons piled up which pushed me towards Israel, mainly the fear that abounded before the breakout of the six day war that Israel's existence was in jeopardy. I always identified with the underdog, and unlike the might of the US, Israel looked like someone who needed a hug." How was your first meeting with Israel? "I had family here who I met while they where emissaries in the US, and they helped me with the first steps. I went to ulpan, but because I didn't really plan on staying for that long I didn't learn Hebrew. In fact, I was never really settled in Israel. I worked as a computer systems analyst, I was lonely, and then, in the beginning of 1971, three years after arriving in Israel, I had a relationship with an Israeli man, and he told me he worked as a body guard in the Mossad. It will surely sound weird, but I heard the word Mossad and something happened to me. Something almost mystical. I felt like it was my destiny, that this is what I was meant to do with my life. I asked my friend to put me in touch with the Mossad, and tell them that I wanted to join. He did so, and for a few weeks no one called." "A few months later I received a call. The man on the other side of the line did not identify himself. He only said to me: 'Do you want to do something for the country?' I answered yes. We scheduled a meeting at a caf'e. There were two men there, and they asked me all kinds of questions, but what I remember most was that at the end of the meeting I asked if either one of them needed a ride home. One of them did, and we started walking towards my car, and I forgot where I parked. It took us a while until we found it. When I got home I thought 'that's it' they will never recruit me to the Mossad, they will never take someone who can't find their car. But after two days I got another call and I was invited to a meeting, that's when I met Mike Harari"(commander of the Mossad's "Caesarea" unit). What happened in that meeting with Mike? "We met on a Saturday afternoon in an empty office building in Tel Aviv. Mike had a deep voice, and spoke slowly, with a glance that changed from soft to stern. I was in suspense. I told him my life story; he asked a lot of questions about my decision to come specifically to Israel, and my feelings about being here. At a certain point I told him I decided to join the Mossad because 'I want to be worth something, I want to do something worthwhile.' In hindsight I know they were on the fence about me. Years later Mike told me that during that meeting he felt that I was very na"ive, not knowing whether this would be to my benefit in lowering people's guards', or a weakness. He debated whether I was strong enough to confront the stress of covert work. He saw that I needed a supportive surrounding, and asked himself whether I could act alone in hostile environments, and whether my 'femininity, softness and beauty,' as he put it, where a strength or weakness. One month later I was invited to meet with the head of the Mossad, Zvi Zamir, and even he, I know in hindsight, had similar questions about the naivety I was broadcasting. At the end of the process they decided to accept me, and I started my training." And in hindsight, your Naivety and femininity helped you in your work? "I think it helped. With the years I learned to use my naive look. I used it as a sort of manipulation. I was truly naive at first. You can see it in my response to operation Spring of Youth, where I didn't really pick up on all the signs that the operation was set to begin. But slowly, with the years and the operations I took part in, I became less na"ive, and I understood that things aren't always what they seem, but I kept using my na"ive persona, which often resulted in me looking helpless. It helped me in the target countries I visited during my service. Every where I went people asked how they could help me, like I was a little girl, especially the men in the Arab world. Something in my frail appearance didn't raise suspicions. Arab men trusted me. I used it knowingly." Lebanon "I looked for a cover story" A short while after finishing her training in Israel, Yael received her first assignment. She was tasked with blending in with the locals in Brussels, the capitol of Belgium. She had an apartment, a job, and a well rounded social life. Three months after arriving in Brussels, she embarked on her first mission, in which she had to collect intelligence in Beirut. During the next two years she entered and departed Lebanon a number of times. At that point her handlers began preparing her for a longer stay in Lebanon. Did they explain why? "They told me it was part of a bigger effort against terror cells. It was after the Munich Olympics massacre, during a period fraught with terror. There still wasn't a plan of aciton, but I also didn't ask questions about something that didn't have to do with my job. I focused on what I had to do, and I looked for a cover story which would allow me to stay in Beirut for a longer period of time, where I could be free to enter and leave." What was your cover story? "We found that the role of an American novelist writing a screenplay for a movie set to be filmed in Lebanon answered all the criteria. I didn't know how to 'be a novelist.' So I flew to Israel to undergo a shortened writing 'course', and 'how to look like a novelist.' "The course took place at the home of the novelist and biographer Shabtai Teveth, who was Mike Harari's good friend. Teveth knew why I came to him, he seemed very professional and full of charm. He told me that 'you cannot teach someone to be a novelist, but you can learn to look the part.' He showed me his working rooms, his writing table full of papers, and how to organize a working table to look like a novelist. How to scatter drafts, pens, and books. He explained the different stages of writing, from the idea stage to the full text. I was there for a few days, and I really liked the intellectual atmosphere in his house. After Teveth's instruction, I returned to Brussels, and looked for a topic for my screenplay. I wanted to focus on a woman who had ties to Lebanon and Beirut. I went to the library and looked for a woman that fit the profile. On one of the days I visited the Victoria and Albert museum in London. It was in the archives their that I learned of the Lady Hester Stanhope. I read about her and learned that she was perfect for me." Lady Hester Stanhope what can you tell me about her? "She was born in 1776 to a noble family in England. She inherited a large sum of money and began travelling throughout Syria and Lebanon, something no other woman had done before, earning her the nickname 'Queen of the East.' She settled down in a crumbling monastery near Sidon, and turned it into a luxurious castle. Her persona charmed me, and without much if any skill I began writing the screenplay." Yael arrived in Beirut with the screenplay in hand. At first she lived in a hotel while looking for an apartment which would allow her to observe the three targets - Kamal Adwan, Mohamed Yousef al-Najjar, and Kamal Nasser. "I found an apartment which belonged to a man named Fuad Abud. He lived with his sisters in a building he owned, where he also rented out a few of the apartments. On the fourth floor there was an apartment which looked directly towards the two buildings in which the targets lived. I rented the apartment, and of course told the landlord about my screenplay." "The first thing I did was to put a large working table under the window, making sure to spread the books drafts and pens the way Teveth taught me to. It was a great observation post. I didn't even need binoculars to see into the three target apartments. I was asked to report to headquarters when: the men were home, and when they were not, who was entering the apartment, their families, the guards, and generally the happenings near the building." Did you feel afraid, lonely? "I lived alone in New York before, which isn't easy, so living in Beirut wasn't scary for me. Generally speaking, I felt protected as a member of 'Caesarea.' Even when I was alone they made me feel like I wasn't lonely. I felt like we were all working towards the same purpose. Additionally, my neighbors in Lebanon, and my landlord were very warm and generous to me." The Operation "It scares me that I wasn't afraid" The information that Yael and the others in Lebanon passed on was collected by "Caesarea's" intelligence officer, and led the unit's commanders to decide that a mission against the three targets was possible. Zamir, Harari, and the "Ceasera" intelligence officer came to the Chief of Staff David (Dado) Elazar with the information they had collected. According to Harari's recollection in the book, the decision was made to green light the operation in Dado's office. They also decided that commandos from the: Sayeret Matkal, paratroopers Special Forces, and the Navy's Shayetet 13 would be the ones to carry out the operation. "Caesarea" agents working with Mossad intelligence would be responsible for collecting the intelligence needed beforehand. The plan called for "Caesarea" agents to act as drivers, and lead the attacking forces through the streets of Beirut to and from their targets. According to the book, Dado held a conversation in his office with high ranking Mossad officials saying: "I'm ready to go for it under the condition that there will be real time intelligence, in order to avert a situation where the complicated operation is initiated, and the soldiers arrive at an empty apartment." Harari, in response, promised to organize the live intelligence source. That was Yael's job. "Without Yael, who took upon herself the central position of real time intelligence collection, the operation would not have happened," Harari wrote in his preface to the book. A short while after the meeting with the Chief of Staff, Hariri met with Yael in Brussels and passed on her instructions. She remembers that meeting very well. "Mike told me to collect real time intelligence on the targets during the day and night. The word 'operation' was never used during the discussion. We talked about means of communication, and the reactions to the possible scenarios. He told me: 'Yael, at the very end you will be there alone with the knowledge and the experience that you gained, and with who you are, put it all together and do it your way. I trust you.' I told him: 'Mike, I will report on what I see and find in real time.' That was our language, we didn't need many words." "At the time I didn't think that Mike was giving me instructions before an operation," Yael emphasized. "I returned to Beirut thinking I was observing these three individuals, who were the planners of several terrorist attacks, including the Munich massacre. I knew that there was an intention to launch an operation against them - not as revenge, but as a way of showing them that we can reach them anywhere in the world, but I never heard the words 'mission' or 'operation'. I also didn't ask about things that were not in my job's purview or about other people in general. I focused on what I had to do." Three weeks after the conversation with Harari, Yael met with Eviatar in Beirut. "I knew Eviatar from a previous mission we conducted together a few months earlier, where I took photos of sensitive compounds in Beirut, but we acted like total strangers." The two ran into each other completely by chance at the luxurious Intercontinental hotel Bar. "Didn't I meet you in Paris at the Louvre?" She asked him. In a conversation between the two she updated him with current information on the targets. Two days later, on the 9th of April, they met again, in a meeting that would mark the launch of "Spring of Youth." Yael says she has never felt anger or frustration over her handlers not telling her the exact time of the operation. "That's how we work and its one of the essential elements for anyone working in covert activities," she clarifies. "I think that knowing only my task, made me feel less concerned, I was to act normally." "Later on, after I had returned to Israel, I met with Mike and told him that I never raised the thought that a mission would be launched without me knowing beforehand. Mike explained to me why it was important to compartmentalize me from the rest of the operators. He also said that the naivety with which I accepted the happenings around me protected me and assured that I would act naturally and trustingly. " Yael remained in Beirut for five days after the operation. She was alone, in a hostile environment, while the local authorities were conducting a manhunt to find anyone responsible for helping the Israelis. Documents which later fell into her hands show that from the onset of the planning stages, she was to be obscured from IDF forces, so that she would not need to be evacuated, lest an emergency, and would leave Lebanon in a normal manner at the first possible window. Did you know you were left alone, that the others had left? "I didn't know about the others, because I was instructed to cut ties with headquarters so as not to risk my safety. I had final instructions which I received from 'Caesarea' headquarters after the operation, and at first I tried to stick with them. I was told to leave my apartment immediately, and go to a hotel, telling the landlord that I am too afraid to stay in an apartment in a neighborhood where things like this happen, and that I should fly to Belgium after a week for a vacation. But when I approached my landlord, with whom I had a good relationship, and told him that I was afraid and wanted to leave, he looked frightened and told me that It was a terrible idea, that every sudden departure would raise suspicions. He told me I could live with him and his family until things calmed down. He brought one of his friends, whom I knew, in order to convince me. He too repeated that leaving suddenly would make me look suspicious, because they were looking for Americans." So what did you do? "I was in a dilemma; whether to follow instructions or go with what I thought was right at the time, so I decided to act according to the advice of my Lebanese friends. Zvi Zamir later told me that I was the only agent to ever ignore his instructions, and with his typical smile added: 'But the outcome was good.'" How was the atmosphere in Beirut after the operation? "It was really tense and people were very suspicious. People filled the street and chanted outside, people who looked like high ranking officials. Most of the stores in the area were closed. I remember getting dressed and going downstairs to send the letter I had written. From their, I went to the library and the salon, I tried to keep up my normal appearances." Where you afraid? "Not really. Now when I think back, it seems scary. It scares me that I wasn't afraid. Maybe the fact that I was American, that I didn't grow up like the Israelis - fearing the Arab street, it made me immune at the time. I was also stuck in my routine, doing everything to maintain the trust. When I told the landlord I was flying to Belgium, he told me he wanted to drive me to the airport so he could protect me." Do you remember the feeling of taking off from Beirut? "Alongside the huge relief that I felt, I thought about the nice landlord, and my Lebanese friends who asked to protect me, and rejected any suspicion. They were all nice to my cover story, the filmmaker, but what if they knew my true identity, things would probably be different. Even now with the book set to be published, I think about the nice people living on Al Waleed Street in Lebanon, and how they would take the news, they would probably be furious. Did them leaving you in Beirut raise any questions for you? "It was specifically Mike, who knew me better than I know myself, who raised the issue in a conversation we had after I got back. He said he was the one who made the call to leave me in Beirut and asked me what I thought about it. I told him I thought it was a good decision. But he insisted on explaining the reasons and judgments he reached after rigorous staff work, and after seeking advice from the head of the Mossad, before they made the decision. What worried them was my personal safety, maintaining my cover story, and the possibility of retaining my cover so I could continue my missions. They believed that in order to maintain my ability to operate out of Arab countries, it was best for me to leave the scene in a relaxed and normal fashion. They left me so I wouldn't 'burn cover,' so I could continue my job as a fighter. In hindsight that was the right thing to do because it worked. I didn't burn my cover, and participated in other operations. With that said, today and I understand that I took a big risk." The Secret "I didn't speak about it for many years" The idea for the book came from Mike Harari. Efrat Mes, who wrote the book "With Open Eyes," with Zvi Zamir, contacted Harari during the writing process. After Zamir's book was published, Harari asked Efrat if she was willing to write about "Spring of Youth" and the role Yael played in it. The book, "Yael- female Mossad warrior in Beirut" came about as a result. Yael is unwilling to speak about the other operations she took part in. The book only mentions that these were bold operations, one of which earned Yael the Chief of Staff's commendation. But Yael does talk about meeting Prime Minister Golda Meir a month after the operation in Beirut. "Zamir and Mike took me to Golda, in order to show her what a female fighter looked like," Yael says. "She thought that everyone in the Mossad was some muscular hero. She was stunned when I entered the room, and said: 'This little girl did all of that?' We spoke in English. She sat me down next to her on the sofa, and when we left she hugged and kissed me." Only a few months after you came back to Israel your dad came to visit. "He obviously didn't know anything about it. This secret, which sat between me and my parents, is one of the things I struggled with most. My father came to Israel right after the Beirut operation, and I was really worried that someone would recognize me in the street. He wanted to travel with me to a bunch of places all over Israel, but I couldn't. The office didn't want someone who happened to be in Beirut to recognize me. I assume I was acting strangely in his eyes, and I believe he knew something was up, intuitively, but he never asked any questions. The office took him to visit military bases, and a submarine. My cover at the time was that I worked in the computer division of the Defense Ministry. I didn't see my parents a lot during those years, and I kind of felt like I was missing out in that I couldn't share my life with them. I often asked myself if they would be proud of me. Lately, before the book release, I spoke with family members who told me that if my parent would have known, they would have been very proud. It was good to hear that, but the question will continue to haunt me to the end of my days." Was it hard to keep such a main part of your life secret for so many years? "The fact that you can't share your life with others is one of the hardest things about being a Mossad agent. It takes a certain personality. During all those years I never had a best friend. After finishing my service I wrote a diary. Efrat Mes was the first person I spoke to openly, and who became a friend." What made you decide to write the book? "It was Mike Harari's idea. I had mixed feelings about it, I still feel like I'm doing something that is not allowed. I didn't speak about these things for many years, even with other agents, and it also goes against policy. But Mike wanted to. It was important for him to explain "Caesarea's" role in this big operation." As someone who grew up on Mata Hari and similar stories, its difficult not to ask how much is expected of female agents in terms of using their femininity for operation purposes. "I used my femininity on several occasions, but I never used my body in order to be accepted or gain trust in the places I worked. I felt like maintaining boundaries was one of the strong points of being a woman and that was also the message I got from my superiors. I was never expected to sleep with someone on the job, the opposite was true - and even more so, that was the policy. In one instance I wanted to eat in a hotel's dining room, and I was asked if I was alone. When I answered yes, they told me that they do not serve unaccompanied women. They feared that prostitutes would start coming into the hotel. But my femininity usually got me where I wanted to go. When I walked pass the houses of three of the targets, the guards asked me what I was doing there. I told them I lived there. They said 'alright,' and left me alone. They never asked me again, even in the following days, when I went to the vegetable store which was adjacent to their building. People like pretty women. This held true for the landlord in Beirut as well, but he never crossed the line, I always got very gentleman like treatment from him." In the collective memory of Operation Spring of Youth, most people remember Sayeret Matkal's mission commander Ehud Barak dressing up as a woman. Does it bother you that the Mossad's role was minimized? "We weren't expecting any credit; we were used to being out of sight. Personally I felt ok with it. I lived peacefully with the fact that we worked in the shadows, I wasn't looking for public acknowledgment. It was my mission and I accomplished it. But sometimes I did ask myself why they didn't mention us more. Mike passed away while the book was being written. He was on his deathbed when he asked Zvi Zamir to help move the book along. That's how important it was to him." Do you every regret devoting your life to the Mossad? For the personal cost you had to pay. "No. I was an active operative for 14 years, and I would have stayed longer, but I was getting physically weaker, and I had to stop. I was very proud of what I had done. I would want to do more." Regardless, from the book we can understand that you paid a price, realistically giving up on intimate and romantic relationships. "Truthfully, I wasn't all that interested in getting married. My first marriage was very difficult, and I was afraid that would happen again. But it is truth that during my years of service I never gave relationships a chance to grow. After "Spring of Youth", I fell in love with a man I met in Brussels, and I never even thought about letting the relationship grow without Mike's advice. I took him to meet with Mike, and Mike told me "follow your heart," and I went - but I quickly ended that relationship too." Can you be an agent with a husband and kids? "I wouldn't have been able too. As a matter of fact, I only met my current husband, Johnny, a short while before I retired from the Mossad. It's not by chance that this happened after I finished my role as a field agent, it was only then that I was ready for it. We met during one of my attempts to learn Hebrew in an ulpan. He was a teacher there and he "ruined" my Hebrew studies. But in all the years before, I never felt like I was missing out, quite the opposite. Those years gave my life meaning. That's exactly what I told Mike in our first meeting: 'I want to be worth something. I want to do something worthwhile' - and that I have accomplished." http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4697778,00.html

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    Legionnaire77
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    Shireen Said
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    13.2.2015, 9:16
    aydeo
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After his conduct aroused the suspicion of Islamic State commanders, Musallam was quoted as saying he broke cover by phoning his father in East Jerusalem - leading to his capture. "When I saw his picture today I was shocked," Ahmad, Muhammad's brother, told Ynet. "I saw how he looks with a beard and hair, if you had seen him before you'd understand he looks completely different." According to Ahmad, his brother was an average 20-year-old that had no ties to Islam. "He served in the fire department in East Jerusalem and three months ago he told us he had a firefighting course and that's why he'll be gone from home for a few days," Ahmad said. "After many days in which he did not make contact with us and we were searching for him, we turned to the police and it was then we learned there was no course organized by the fire department and that he actually went to Turkey without telling us." The family didn't think much of Muhammad's trip to Turkey, thinking that he went on holiday, as he spent a week in Jordan recently, visiting with family there. "After we found out he went to Turkey, he contacted us and said he was in Syria. He said people took him on a trip from Turkey and that he didn't know where in Syria he was," Ahmad said. The last time Muhammad contacted the family was a month ago. "He contacted me through Facebook and told me he was in Syria, traveling, feeling good and that everything was okay," Ahmad said. Ahmad said that the police were the first to offer the possibility that his brother had joined the Islamic State. "My father and brother were questioned, but at first we didn't accept that theory. I know Muhammad, he would always post cartoons against Daesh," Ahmad said, using the Arab name for the radical Islamist group. A friend of his who spoke to Reuters, however, said Musallam had posted pro-Islamic State messages on social media, but no social media accounts could be found under Musallam's name. Eventually, the family realized Muhammad did indeed join the Islamic State, which caused his mother's health situation to deteriorate considerably, Ahmad said. "In one of the last conversations we had, he said his passports were taken and he has no way to come back. My father tried to transfer money to him so he could return but he hasn't spoken to us since," he said. The family, however, refuses to accept the claim Muhammad went to Syria as a spy and says he was kidnapped. "It can't be. He's a man that has no connections to these things," Ahmad said, but could not explain why his brother failed to inform the family he was going to Turkey and from there to Syria. An Israeli security official said Musallam traveled to Turkey on October 24 in order to fight for the Islamic State in Syria. "He went on his own initiative, without his family's knowledge," the official told Reuters. Asked whether his statement constituted a denial that Musallam was an Israeli spy, the official said: "You can understand it that way, yes." "Now that we've seen the images of horror with the Jordanian pilot, we don't know what to do. I don't think he'll return to us," Ahmad said. In recent weeks, the family tried to contact international organizations so they could help Muhammad in Syria. "They showed willingness to help and asked him to go to certain areas. We told him to do that but I guess he failed." ** Worried that members of its 20-percent Arab minority might travel to Syria or Iraq to join Islamist insurgent groups and then return radicalized and battle-ready, Israel has stepped up monitoring and prosecution of suspected would-be volunteers. Turkey draws many Arab holidaymakers from Israel. It is also a major conduit for foreigners who slip across the border to help insurgents trying to topple Syrian President Bashar Assad. In the first conviction of its kind, Israel in November jailed Ahmed Shurbaji, an Arab citizen who returned voluntarily after spending three months with the Islamic State in Syria. He received a relatively light term of 22 months in return for cooperation with security services that would likely "help the State of Israel defend itself against this organization in various ways," the court said, in a possible allusion to information he provided about Islamic State. A source in the Shin Bet, Israel's internal security agency, said Israeli Arabs returning from Syria were routinely questioned for intelligence on jihadi groups. Shurbaji had phoned an Israeli security official from Syria to broker a deal. The Shin Bet source said such communications with Israeli Arabs who wanted to return from Syria had sometimes been handled by Ayoob Kara, an Israeli Druze politician and former army officer close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Contacted by Reuters, Kara said he was aware of Musallam's case and did not believe he was a Mossad spy. While declining to discuss Musallam in detail, Kara said he knew of several young (Israeli) Arabs who had gone to Syria to aid refugees or for the thrill of available women or booty, only to be kidnapped and exploited by insurgents like the Islamic State group.

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    star53
    Saudi Arabian security forces have captured a vulture that was carrying a global positioning satellite (GPS) transmitter and a ring etched with the words "Tel Aviv University." They suspect the bird of spying for Israel, Maariv-NRG reported Tuesday. The GPS and ring were connected to the bird as part of an long-term project by Israeli scientists that follows vultures' location and altitude for research purposes. The arrest of the vulture - whose identification code is R65 - comes several weeks after an Egyptian official voiced the suspicion that a shark that attacked tourists off the Sinai shore was also acting on behalf of Mossad. The incidents may reflect a growing irrational hysteria among Arabs surrounding Israel's military prowess and the efficacy of its intelligence services, possibly fueled by the Stuxnet virus' success.. Maariv said that the R65 was caught near the home of a sheikh in the community of Hayel in Saudi Arabia. The words "Tel Aviv University" etched in English on a ring clasped to its leg, and especially the transmitter, caused the finders to suspect espionage and alert the security forces. Ohad Hatzofe, bird ecologist for the Nature and Parks Authority, said that the vulture story has been making the rounds in Arabic internet sites, including Al-Jazeera forums and Arabic military forums. "The subject is receiving great publicity and it is important that Saudi authorities understand that it is not true. There is also an international treaty of nature protection professionals, that forbids doing things like this," he added. The researchers said that seven vultures that were marked in Israel in the last few years reached Saudi Arabia. Transmissions from four of them have ceased and they are presumed dead. One vulture - beside R65 - is still alive and flying around Saudi Arabia, after spending the winter in Sudan.

    French Report ISIL Leader Mossad Agent

    15.9.2014, 22:45
    Letito
    Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, so-called "Caliph," the head of ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant is, according to sources reputed to originate from Edward Snowden, an actor named Elliot Shimon, a Mossad trained operative. Simon Elliot (Elliot Shimon) aka Al-Baghdadi was born of two Jewish parents and is a Mossad agent. We offer below three translations that want to assert that the Caliph Al-Baghdadi is a full Mossad agent and that he was born Jewish father and mother: The real name of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is "Simon Elliott." The so-called "Elliot" was recruited by the Israeli Mossad and was trained in espionage and psychological warfare against Arab and Islamic societies. This information was attributed to Edward Snowden and published by newspapers and other Web sites: the head of the "Islamic State" Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has cooperated with the U.S. Secret Service, British and Israel to create an organization capable of attracting terrorist extremists from around the world. Source: Radio ajyal.com Another source corroborates this statement, the site Egy-press: With photo support, a Iranian media discovers the true identity of the Emir Daash, a trained Zionist agent. Iranian intelligence discovered the true and full identity of the Emir Daash, which is known under the name Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi; his real name is Elliot Shimon. Its role in Mossad secret agent in the Zionist espionage. His false name: Ibrahim ibn Awad ibn Ibrahim Al Al Badri Arradoui Hoseini. The plan: get into the military and civilian heart of the countries that are declared as a threat to Israel in order to destroy to facilitate thereafter, the takeover by the Zionist state on the entire area of the Middle East in order to establish Greater Israel. Here are the borders of the Zionist project, the "Greater Israel" or "Eretz Israel" for short. These facts confirm the first that came out a few days ago, confirming that the Caliph Rolex is sent to Israel to sow chaos in neighboring countries the Zionist entity. Please note that EIIL announced it a few days ago that, to want to now take the "barbarians Jews", a reference to Zionists besiege Gaza. Practice! Having devastated the area of Israel, it will now allow the Americans and the Israelis to show the fingers as bloody terrorists to shoot at faster to defend the Zionist state, while the same let them proliferate and act with impunity for over two months now. Prepare a project they probably from the famous Arab Spring with the destabilization of Iraq, Sudan, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Syria and Mali (among others). Clever! Listen and listen again Bernard-Henri L'evy on these so-called Arab Spring: After gathering the most fanatical of the world in one place, a veritable army of the devil is formed, filled with bloodthirsty murderers without mercy for their victims, they murder with a vengeance and in cold blood, filming their atrocities and relaying on social networks. http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/08/04/french-report-isil-leader-mossad/

    Islamic State ISIS ran by Mossad Agent Simon Elliot (Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi)

    9.8.2014, 8:48
    Adolf_jr
    Simon Elliot, aka Al-Baghdadi, son of Jewish parents, Mossad agent. According to Edward Snowden, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the boss of ISIL (aka ISIS), is a Jewish actor named Simon Elliot. French Report ISIL Leader Mossad Agent / Simon Elliot, alias Al-Baghdadi, de p`ere et m`ere juifs Simon Elliot (aka Elliot Shimon aka Al-Baghdadi) has Jewish parents and is a Mossad agent. Simon Elliot, having been recruited by Mossad, was trained in espionage and psychological warfare. The best known examples of Jews running 'Moslem' terror organisations are Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri. http://aanirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/isis-run-by-simon-elliot-mossad-agent.html

    Mysterious life and death of Australian Mossad agent

    13.2.2013, 13:24
    GungHo2
    Mysterious life and death of Australian Mossad agent DEBKA file Special Report February 13, 2013, 12:30 PM (GMT+02:00) Ben Zygier, Australian citizen and Mossad agent, was not the first Prisoner X to be held secretly in an Israeli jail. Double agents caught after turning traitor or crossing the lines into crime for personal motives are the exception - but not unknown in most spy agencies. In the 1950s, Israeli agent Mordecai (Mottele) Kedar was secretly incarcerated for many years for betraying his mission. The Australian ABC went to great lengths to uncover the story of the Israeli-Australian double citizen, aka Ben Alon, who committed suicide on Dec. 15, 2010 at the age of 34 in a top-security cell of Ayalon Prison where he was held in solitary confinement. A former inmate of that cell is said to have been Yitzhak Rabin's assassin Yigal Amir. After a longstanding Israeli gag order, his name was finally released for publication Wednesday, Feb. 13. According to ABC, after his death, his body was flown to Melbourne, Australia, where his family, active in the local Jewish community, buried him one week later. The headstone on his grave bears his name and the dates of his birth and death. The ABC investigation disclosed that an autopsy was conducted by the Israeli Forensic Institute which issued a death certificate listing the cause of death as asphyxiation by hanging in the name of Ben Alon. Also found was a second Australian passport in the name of Ben Allen. An Israeli organization called ZAKA, religious volunteers known for recovering the remains of Jewish terrorism victims, arranged for the body to be flown to Melbourne. ABC reporters left no stone unturned to discover the reason for the extraordinary cover-up by the Israeli government. Was this a matter of national security? And what did the Australian authorities know? When Ben Zygier died in that prison what questions were asked by Australian diplomats and what were they told? And, finally, how did he manage to kill himself in a top-security cell under constant surveillance? A senior Israeli intelligence official, who remained anonymous, told Australian TV that if what Ben Zygier did and knew were made public, it would pose an immediate threat to Israel as a nation state. International protocols demand that when a foreign national is jailed or dies, their diplomatic mission must be informed. The Australian new investigators assumed that whatever crime or sin Ben Zygier committed, it must have involved espionage, possibly treachery, and very, very sensitive information endangering Israel. Still, despite their best professional efforts, ABC's reporters did not find a single lead to the mysterious story of Prisoner X or verify any wild conjectures. One tied him to various episodes in which Israeli Mossad undercover agents were found operating on Australian passports; another, to the Iranian defector, Gen. Ali Ashgari, who disappeared from his hotel in Istanbul with suitcases full of Iranian nuclear secrets. They were only able to establish that Ben Zygier was a lawyer by profession. One of the many questions still open is how was he able to commit suicide? Warren Reed, a former Australian secret service agent, disclosed that not only are cameras installed in this type of cell, but sensors which measure the inmate's heart, respiration and perspiration rates. How did his watchers fail to notice that he had stopped breathing and his heart was no longer beating? One possible answer is that in the Mossad training courses he underwent, he was taught how to take his own life under the noses of his captors, and used this method to kill himself. Early Wednesday, the Australian Foreign Ministry spokesman said that the minister, Bob Carr, had ordered a new investigation into Canberra's conduct in the affair, after it emerged that Israeli authorities had told a diplomat at the Australian Embassy in Tel Aviv about the arrest of Australian citizen Ben Zygier. But the diplomat never relayed the information to Canberra through the conventional channels, he said. DEBKAfile: "Conventional channels" is a term used in inter-governmental intelligence relations. Its use may indicate that the Tel Aviv embassy passed the Israeli notice to the Australian spy agency - not the "conventional channels" of the foreign ministry. This comment opens up more suggestive enigmas: Who was Ben Zygier, or Ben Allen, working for? Was it the Israeli Mossad or Australian intelligence - or both? In any case, the Australian authorities may have had their own reasons for cooperating in the tight information clampdown imposed by Israel on the Ben Zygier affair.

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    Obklopuje vás krásná příroda? Podělte se o zajímavé záběry z vaší domoviny a staňte se součástí týmu tvůrců upoutávek České televize. Vaše videa posílejte přes aplikaci iReportér. Každý den odvysílá Česká televize jednu upoutávku a to na programu ČT1 vždy před hlavním pořadem ve 20:00. Jak na to? Aplikace iReportér je k dispozici pro smartphony v AppStore nebo na Google Play. Příspěvky můžete posílat také přímo přes webové stránky České televize www.ceskatelevize.cz/ireporter. AppStore → http://apple.co/1XbGkIA Google Play → http://bit.ly/25NpPYy
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    iReportér Jiří Trunkat

    Česka televize 23.06.2016, 14:27

    Obklopuje vás krásná příroda? Podělte se o zajímavé záběry z vaší domoviny a staňte se součástí týmu tvůrců upoutávek České televize. Vaše videa posílejte přes aplikaci iReportér. Každý den odvysílá Česká televize jednu upoutávku a to na programu ČT1 vždy před hlavním pořadem ve 20:00. Jak na to? Aplikace iReportér je k dispozici pro smartphony v AppStore nebo na Google Play. Příspěvky můžete posílat také přímo přes webové stránky České televize www.ceskatelevize.cz/ireporter. AppStore → http://apple.co/1XbGkIA Google Play → http://bit.ly/25NpPYy
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    iReportér Marek Novák

    Česka televize 23.06.2016, 14:27

    Obklopuje vás krásná příroda? Podělte se o zajímavé záběry z vaší domoviny a staňte se součástí týmu tvůrců upoutávek České televize. Vaše videa posílejte přes aplikaci iReportér. Každý den odvysílá Česká televize jednu upoutávku a to na programu ČT1 vždy před hlavním pořadem ve 20:00. Jak na to? Aplikace iReportér je k dispozici pro smartphony v AppStore nebo na Google Play. Příspěvky můžete posílat také přímo přes webové stránky České televize www.ceskatelevize.cz/ireporter. AppStore → http://apple.co/1XbGkIA Google Play → http://bit.ly/25NpPYy
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    iReportér Daniel Pech

    Česka televize 23.06.2016, 14:27

    Obklopuje vás krásná příroda? Podělte se o zajímavé záběry z vaší domoviny a staňte se součástí týmu tvůrců upoutávek České televize. Vaše videa posílejte přes aplikaci iReportér. Každý den odvysílá Česká televize jednu upoutávku a to na programu ČT1 vždy před hlavním pořadem ve 20:00. Jak na to? Aplikace iReportér je k dispozici pro smartphony v AppStore nebo na Google Play. Příspěvky můžete posílat také přímo přes webové stránky České televize www.ceskatelevize.cz/ireporter. AppStore → http://apple.co/1XbGkIA Google Play → http://bit.ly/25NpPYy
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    iReportér Marie Špilauerová #3

    Česka televize 23.06.2016, 14:27

    Obklopuje vás krásná příroda? Podělte se o zajímavé záběry z vaší domoviny a staňte se součástí týmu tvůrců upoutávek České televize. Vaše videa posílejte přes aplikaci iReportér. Každý den odvysílá Česká televize jednu upoutávku a to na programu ČT1 vždy před hlavním pořadem ve 20:00. Jak na to? Aplikace iReportér je k dispozici pro smartphony v AppStore nebo na Google Play. Příspěvky můžete posílat také přímo přes webové stránky České televize www.ceskatelevize.cz/ireporter. AppStore → http://apple.co/1XbGkIA Google Play → http://bit.ly/25NpPYy
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    iReportér Hynek Chudarek

    Česka televize 23.06.2016, 14:27

    Obklopuje vás krásná příroda? Podělte se o zajímavé záběry z vaší domoviny a staňte se součástí týmu tvůrců upoutávek České televize. Vaše videa posílejte přes aplikaci iReportér. Každý den odvysílá Česká televize jednu upoutávku a to na programu ČT1 vždy před hlavním pořadem ve 20:00. Jak na to? Aplikace iReportér je k dispozici pro smartphony v AppStore nebo na Google Play. Příspěvky můžete posílat také přímo přes webové stránky České televize www.ceskatelevize.cz/ireporter. AppStore → http://apple.co/1XbGkIA Google Play → http://bit.ly/25NpPYy
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    iReportér David Tichý #2

    Česka televize 23.06.2016, 14:27

    Obklopuje vás krásná příroda? Podělte se o zajímavé záběry z vaší domoviny a staňte se součástí týmu tvůrců upoutávek České televize. Vaše videa posílejte přes aplikaci iReportér. Každý den odvysílá Česká televize jednu upoutávku a to na programu ČT1 vždy před hlavním pořadem ve 20:00. Jak na to? Aplikace iReportér je k dispozici pro smartphony v AppStore nebo na Google Play. Příspěvky můžete posílat také přímo přes webové stránky České televize www.ceskatelevize.cz/ireporter. AppStore → http://apple.co/1XbGkIA Google Play → http://bit.ly/25NpPYy
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    Žijeme Riem: Emil Zátopek, TV spot

    Česka televize 20.06.2016, 14:16

    Emil Zátopek říkal: „Když nemůžeš, přidej!“ Žijeme Riem a fandíme českým sportovců na Letních olympijských hrách 2016!
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    iReportér Marie Špilauerová #2

    Česka televize 09.06.2016, 10:50

    Obklopuje vás krásná příroda? Podělte se o zajímavé záběry z vaší domoviny a staňte se součástí týmu tvůrců upoutávek České televize. Vaše videa posílejte přes aplikaci iReportér. Každý den odvysílá Česká televize jednu upoutávku a to na programu ČT1 vždy před hlavním pořadem ve 20:00. Jak na to? Aplikace iReportér je k dispozici pro smartphony v AppStore nebo na Google Play. Příspěvky můžete posílat také přímo přes webové stránky České televize www.ceskatelevize.cz/ireporter. AppStore → http://apple.co/1XbGkIA Google Play → http://bit.ly/25NpPYy
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    iReportér David Tichý

    Česka televize 09.06.2016, 10:50

    Obklopuje vás krásná příroda? Podělte se o zajímavé záběry z vaší domoviny a staňte se součástí týmu tvůrců upoutávek České televize. Vaše videa posílejte přes aplikaci iReportér. Každý den odvysílá Česká televize jednu upoutávku a to na programu ČT1 vždy před hlavním pořadem ve 20:00. Jak na to? Aplikace iReportér je k dispozici pro smartphony v AppStore nebo na Google Play. Příspěvky můžete posílat také přímo přes webové stránky České televize www.ceskatelevize.cz/ireporter. AppStore → http://apple.co/1XbGkIA Google Play → http://bit.ly/25NpPYy
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    25.06.2016, 04:59

    ROZHOVOR Předseda SPD a poslanec Tomio Okamura říká, že migranti z kulturně nepřátelských zemí tady nemají co dělat. Nemá smysl ani zvažovat jejich nějakou integraci – je nemožná – v západní Evropě není ani po desítkách let jediná země, kde by došlo k přijatelné integraci muslimů do majoritní společnosti. Sobotkova a Babišova vláda podle něj vynakládá na rozeštvávání občanů, na šíření nenávisti k těm, kdo mají oponentní názor, miliony korun místo toho, aby propagovala správné názory: vlastenectví, pracovitost či rodinné hodnoty. Nynější vláda je podle něj neuvěřitelně škodlivá.
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    Petr Robejšek: Méně Evropy, hlasovali Britové. EU není žádný oltář. Když to elity nepochopí, přijde následující scénář...

    24.06.2016, 20:03

    ROZHOVOR Má největší radost z brexitu Moskva? Jak odchod Spojeného království ovlivní vývoj na kontinentu? Nejen na tyto otázky odpovídá v reakci na vyhlášení výsledků britského referenda politolog a expert na mezinárodní otázky Petr Robejšek. Podle něho Britové odchod zvládnou a zvládne to i britská ekonomika. Stejně jako bychom to podle něho zvládli my.
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    Největší průšvih EU má jméno Juncker. O tento kopanec jsme si dlouho koledovali. Cyril Svoboda to v rádiu rozbalil opravdu nečekaně

    24.06.2016, 18:03

    Hostem dnešního Speciálu Českého rozhlasu Radiožurnálu byl diplomat Cyril Svoboda, který vyjádřil svůj názor k horkému tématu dne – k vystoupení Velké Británie z Evropské unie. V pořadu promluvili také europoslanci Luděk Niedermayer (TOP 09) a předseda Strany svobodných občanů Petr Mach.
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    Miroslav Kalousek vypeskoval své vrstevníky v Británii: To jste dětem připravili pěknou budoucnost. Teď to populisté budou zkoušet všude. Libra padá, Moskva slaví

    24.06.2016, 19:43

    ROZHOVOR Nic pozitivního nevidí předseda TOP 09 Miroslav Kalousek na odchodu Velké Británie z Evropské unie, protože rozhodnutí většiny Britů podle něj poškodí Velkou Británii i Evropskou unii. „Když se podíváme na to, že Velká Británie je v té evropské rodině naprosto zásadním odpůrcem zrušení sankcí a vůči Rusku nejvíc ze všech trvala na dodržování mezinárodního práva, a podíváme-li se na akciové trhy, můžeme to shrnout do jedné lapidární věty: Libra padá, Moskva slaví,“ řekl v rozhovoru pro ParlamentníListy. cz.
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    Sbohem, zkrachovalý Davide. Opravdu tvrdé zúčtování s premiérem, který se balí

    24.06.2016, 19:35

    Politický komentátor deníku The Independent John Rentoul má o politické budoucnosti premiéra Davida Camerona zcela jasno. Podle Rentoula skončila politická kariéra Camerona neúspěchem a šéf konzervativců by měl odstoupit.
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    Radim Lhoták 24.06.2016, 22:30

    Všichni lidé dobré mysli mohou slavit. BREXIT je naděje, nikoliv však vítězství. Nevěřil jsem, že britské referendum bude úspěšné. Zdálo se, že globální moc banksterů odchod Británie z EU nedopustí. Opak se stal skutečností. To o něčem vypovídá. Minimálně o tom, že sionistické finanční elity ztrácejí půdu pod nohama.
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    Vladimír Stwora 24.06.2016, 11:12

    Přiznám se, že jsem to nečekal. Většinou se ve svých odhadech nemýlím, stačí být jen dostatečně pesimisticky a ono se to vyplňuje s železnou pravidelností. Tentokrát výjimka potvrdila pravidlo. Britské referendum rozhodlo o odchodu Británie z Evropské unie. Je to první krok správným směrem. Po vyzkoušení všech špatných. Jak je to možné? Kde udělali soudruzi z Británie chybu? Aktualizace 13hod.
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    Autor neuveden 24.06.2016, 01:10

    V celé knize Víza pro Al-Kajdu: Podklady CIA, které otřásly světem (Visas for Al Qaeda: CIA Handouts That Rocked The World) jsme viděli, jak americká vláda, která stále více připomíná teroristickou organizaci, spolupracovala s extremisty, včetně svého tehdejšího aktiva Osamy bin Ladina, na destabilizaci a následně zničení Srbska.
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    Autor neuveden 23.06.2016, 01:20

    USA nejsou ochotny zastavit válku proti Sýrii a vyřešit věc u vyjednávacího stolu. Chtějí splnit 100% svých požadavků, rozpustit syrskou vládu a stát a dosadit v Sýrii americkou loutkovou správu.
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    John Helmer 22.06.2016, 01:10

    Nejdříve došlo k oznámení o červené čáře. V pátek 27. květnaq v Aténách přišlo prohlášení o hledáčku. V říjnu, měsíc před americkými prezidentskými volbami, bude prst na spoušti. USA a spojenci z NATO jdou do války s Ruskem a urychlují nevyhnutelné – že Rusko udeří v sebeobraně. Právě předtím první a druhé prohlášení prezidenta Vladimira Putina varovalo. Až dojde na prst na spoušti, žádné prohlášení již nebude.
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    Eric Zuesse 21.06.2016, 01:10

    V úterý, 14. června, NATO oznámilo, že pokud se členská země NATO stane obětí kybernetického útoku ze strany osob ze země mimo NATO, jako Ruska a Číny, pak článek 5 NATO o „kolektivní obraně“ vyžaduje, aby se každá členská země NATO připojila k oné členské zemi, pokud ta se rozhodne v odvetu napadnout útočící zemi. Předběžné opatření pro tento postup bylo zajištěno před dvěma lety poté, co Krym opustil Ukrajinu a opětovně se připojil k Rusku, jehož byl součástí do doby, než byl nedobrovolně převeden Ukrajině sovětským diktátorem (kukuruznikem – p.p.) Nikitou Chruščovem. Toto rozhodnutí NATO bylo učiněno v předjímání toho, že Ukrajina se konečně stane členem NATO, což se stále nestalo. Nicméně až nyní NATO prohlašuje, že kybernetická válka bude zahrnuta do skutečné „války“ podle ustanovení NATO o „kolektivní obraně“.
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    Vladimír Stwora 20.06.2016, 01:27

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