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3/24/2013 @ 9:19PM |5,149 views

Did Anonymous Hack Israel’s Mossad Spy Agency?

The hackivists at Anonymous, along with Turkish and other hackers, are claiming they hacked into Israel‘s Mossad spy agency. More specifically, Turkish group Red Hack claims to have stolen the names, locations, phone numbers and email addresses of 30,000 Mossad agents, while Sector 404 launched a distributed denial of service (DDOS) to paralyze Mossad’s Web site. The leaked documents can be found here.

As of Sunday evening, Mossad’s Web site (or at least the English-language page) appears to be functioning. Naturally, the Israeli government is denying that any vital information was compromised. But one doesn’t have to be a master spy like George Smiley  to note a few inconsistencies in the claims of Anonymous.

First, if you look at the list of leaked names (some are translated from Hebrew into English), most have Israeli email addresses and live in Israeli towns. It appears a tad unlikely that a deep-cover Mossad agent in Tehran sends cute Persian cat photos on his Israeli email account. And as an analyst pointed out to the Times of Israel, some of the listings are for Israeli businesses such as auto parts stores or food companies, thus suggesting that at least some of the names are just plain old government contractors. I did Google some of the email addresses, and in one case, I found that the owner was listed as a participant in a conference in Israel of international Jewish activists. Not exactly a subtle cover for Shlomo Bond, Double-Oy-Seven.

 

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The six men interviewed have decades of blood on their hands. Reflection perhaps seeks redemption. 

 

by Stephen Lendman

“The Gatekeepers” is an exploration of Israel’s Shin Bet security agency, guided by all six living domestic intelligence chiefs.

 

Dror Moreh is one of Israel’s leading cinematographers. Last October, his documentary featuring candid dialogues with former Shin Bet heads debuted in New York.

 

Extremist settlers reflect much about Israel’s dark side. Messianic interlopers have no place in civil society.

 

Perhaps fears of Israel’s demise motivated them to speak. Doing so may help save the country, they likely feel. Gillon said “We are making the lives of millions miserable.”

 

Outspoken Israeli intellectual Yeshayahu Leibowitz (1903 – 1994) warned that governing occupied “foreigners” would transform Israel into “a Shin Bet state.”

 

Zionists can’t admit that indigenous Palestinians lived in today’s Israel for centuries. Calling them “foreigners” demeans their longstanding ties to land rightfully theirs.

 

Israel stole it. Who in a current or past position of power dares say so?

 

Shin Bet heads are assassins. The six men interviewed have decades of blood on their hands. Reflection perhaps seeks redemption. 

 

It’s much too late to matter. Atonement isn’t in Israel’s vocabulary. It’s hard imagining they’re comments will influence current policy. It’s worse now than ever.

 

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