Σάββατο, 19 Οκτωβρίου 2013

Former Mossad Head on Reports Turkey Burned Israeli Spies in Iran: “Who’s Going To Trust Them Now?”

Turkish officials, including the country’s prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and its intelligence chief Hakan Fidan, deliberately burned “up to 10 Iranians who had been meeting inside Turkey with their [Israeli] Mossad case officers” by alerting Iran of their existence,according to an expose published late last night by the Washington Post‘s David Ignatius. The Washington Post cited “knowledgeable sources” as describing “significant” damage to Israeli intelligence.
Former Mossad head Maj. Gen. (res) Danny Yatom, speaking on an afternoon conference call organized by The Israel Project, predicted that friendly intelligence agencies would limit their cooperation with Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization in the future, saying that the betrayal of trust was “unheard of” in the intelligence community:
“Who is going now to trust them? Who is going now to cooperate with them? Who is going now to share sensitive information with them?” Yatom said on a conference call organized by the Israel Project on Thursday. “I think what we will see in the very near future is the deterioration in intelligence relations between the MIT and all its, until today, friendly parallel organizations.”
Read more http://www.thetower.org/former-mossad-head-on-reports-turkey-burned-israeli-spies-in-iran-whos-going-to-trust-them-now/

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