Tag Archives: MOSSAD

One Year Ago — Former Mossad Chiefs : “Israel Will Think Twice Before Sharing Sensitive Information With U.S. Intel Agencies”

“We need to punish the Americans, it’s possible, so that we don’t put Trump in a position where he is again tempted, we need to abstain from transferring information to him, or to only give him partial information so that … Continue reading

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Remembering Gerald Vincent Bull (March 9, 1928 – March 22, 1990)

“The Iraqi don’t have air superiority over Israel. The solution they can have is the supergun. It has such long ranges, it’s going to hit strategic targets like Israel.” Former Israeli artillery chief Avraham Bar-David Gerald Vincent Bull was a Canadian … Continue reading

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MOSSAD — Test Your “SPY Knowledge” With Our Quiz! [2018]

“If a society crosses a certain line in its division and hatred, then it is a real possibility to see a phenomenon like a civil war.” Tamir Pardo — Mossad chief How much do you know about spy agencies? Take … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Former Mossad chief: “Mike Flynn was very experienced. Maybe, he has been thrown under the bus.”

“Maybe Flynn made a mistake even with no intention, but that can happen to anyone. I don’t think we need to worry that our intelligence will go to Russia.” Former MOSSAD Boss Danny Yatom February 19 2017 — Since the election … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Former MOSSAD Chief : “Israel’s Biggest Threat Is Potential Civil War, Not Iran.”

“If a society crosses a certain line in its division and hatred, then it is a real possibility to see a phenomenon like a civil war.” Tamir Pardo — Former Mossad chief February 1 2017 — The most pressing threat … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — ISIS, Israel, and Spymasters: A Reality Check

“If our presidents would have just gone to the beach and enjoyed the ocean and the sun, we would’ve been much better off in the Middle East, than all of this tremendous death, destruction, and you know, monetary loss.” Presidential … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Ex MOSSAD Boss: Cyber-attacks far more efficient than bombs

“President Obama’s approach has bought Israeli more time than any military strike [on Iranian nuclear facilities] ever could.” Meir Dagan — Former Director of the Mossad Meir Dagan (30 January 1945 – 17 March 2016)  initially served as a National Security … Continue reading

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INTEL TODAY DIARY — JUNE 15 2017

What Sessions did (and didn’t) tell us — Spy chief, a frequent guest at the White House, is MIA at headquarters — Saif al-Islam Gaddafi case: ICC calls for arrest of ex-Libya leader’s son — Israeli Mossad Forms Startup Investment Fund … Continue reading

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Israel’s Mer Group to represent Kabila’s interests in Washington

“The U.N. peacekeeping mission is mandated to partner with the government. In other words, the U.N. is aiding a government that is inflicting predatory behavior against its own people. We should have the decency and common sense to end this.” … Continue reading

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Former Mossad chiefs: “Israel will think twice before sharing sensitive info with US”

“We need to punish the Americans, it’s possible, so that we don’t put Trump in a position where he is again tempted, we need to abstain from transferring information to him, or to only give him partial information so that … Continue reading

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