March 19, 2012 in Featured
Israel’s intelligence services agree with American intelligence assessments that there is not enough proof to determine whether Iran is building a nuclear bomb, according to a report published Sunday in the New York Times. The newspaper said that senior American officials believe there is little disagreement between the Mossad and U.S. intelligence agencies over Iran’s nuclear program, despite the fact that Israeli political leaders have been pushing for quick action to block Iran from becoming what they describe as an existential threat.
November 26, 2011 in News
Senior Iranian parliamentary officials announced that the country has arrested 12 agents of the American Central Intelligence Agency. Member of the Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Parviz Sorouri said that the agents had been operating in coordination with Israel’s Mossad and other regional agencies, and targeted the country’s military and its nuclear program. “The US and Zionist regime’s espionage apparatuses were trying to damage Iran both from inside and outside with a heavy blow, using regional intelligence services,” Sorouri told the Islamic republic news agency on Wednesday.
November 14, 2011 in Featured
In public Sunday, President Obama was at a summit unsuccessfully leaning on Russia and China to back diplomatic efforts to curb Iran’s nuke program. In private Sunday, there was more evidence of an efficient and brutal covert operation that continues to degrade Iran’s military capabilities. Iranian officials revealed that one of the 17 men killed in a huge explosion at a munitions depot was a key Revolutionary Guard commander who headed Iran’s missile program. And the IRNA state news agency reported that scientists had discovered a new computer virus in their systems, a more sophisticated version of the Stuxnet worm deployed last year to foul up Iran’s centrifuges.
December 28, 2010 in News
The United States declined a request from the United Arab Emirates to assist an investigation into the assassination of a top Hamas commander. Dubai suspects Israel’s Mossad agency to have been behind the murder of Mahmoud al-Mabhoh in a Dubai hotel in January 2010. Israel has neither confirmed nor denied a role in the killing. The U.S. last year denied reports that it had received a request for assistance from Dubai, but a recently released WikiLeaks cable proves otherwise.
August 15, 2010 in Headline
This undated photo released by the Dubai Ruler’s Media Office on Monday, Feb. 15, 2010, is claimed by Dubai’s Police Chief to show a man named Michael Bodenheimer of German nationality, who has been identified as Uri Brodsky, one of eleven suspects wanted in connection with the killing of a Hamas [...]
March 2, 2010 in United Arab Emirates
Maps of travel routes of the 26 Mossad Assassins who killed Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai on January 19, 2010.
February 22, 2010 in News
The hit squad that killed a senior Hamas official in Dubai may have entered the country using diplomatic passports, officials in the Emirates said yesterday as they called on Britain and other European countries whose documents were forged to launch a full inquiry.
February 17, 2010 in News
Israel’s foreign minister has stopped short of denying his country’s involvement in the assassination of a Palestinian militant commander in Dubai. Dubai authorities are seeking 11 people with European passports who are believed to have been involved in the assassination of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh. Mabhouh, who was found dead in his hotel room, is reported to have been in Dubai to source weapons for the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas. Israel’s policy is to neither confirm nor deny allegations that its spy agency, Mossad, has been involved in assassinations. Israeli foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman says there is no evidence Mossad was behind Mabhouh’s murder.