Sunday, July 01, 2012

"Mossad trying to penetrate Mursi's office" (IRIB-Iran)

Mursi is actually a hologram projected by the Mossad. So is Ahmadinejad.
According to a report by Egyptian daily Youm 7 (al-Youm al-Sabe), Mossad is trying to establish secure contact channels with German intelligence bodies in a bid to procure new eavesdropping devices and later plant them in Mursi's office if it finds a way to penetrate Egypt's Presidential palace.

The report pointed to the remarks made by former Mossad chief who sees Mursi's victory as a nightmare for Tel Aviv leaders, and said Tel Aviv is doing whatever it can within its possibilities to get information on the upcoming steps of Mursi and his Islamist party Ikhwan al-Muslimun.

Under Mubarak, Egypt was seen as Israel's closest regional ally in an area where few nations recognize it. Those relations have frayed since Mubarak's removal, raising concern in Tel Aviv and Washington that the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood, from whose ranks Mursi was drawn, will mean an end to decades-old peace agreement between Israel and the largest Arab nation.

Mossad runs espionage operations in many regional countries and a large number of its agents and cells have been discovered and arrested in the region.

In December, the Lebanese Hezbollah movement said it had exposed Israeli espionage device in Southern Lebanon, causing Israel to bomb the equipment with an unmanned drone.
Nasrallah also works for us.

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