Thursday, January 24, 2013

Another Mossad spy arrested in Lebanon
Lebanese intelligence agents have arrested a man who they say was working for Israel’s spy agency, Mossad. For more than two decades, Ali Taufiq Yari passed information about the Hizbullah resistance movement and the Lebanese army in return for payments totalling $600,000. Yari’s arrest was reported by Al-Manar television network on January 21.He formerly worked as a city counsellor in Baalbek and had reportedly been recruited by Mossad as far back as 1990 when Lebanon was infested with Israeli agents. Also, large swathes of Lebanese territory were still under Zionist control until they were driven out of the country by the heroic Hizbullah resistance. The Zionists still occupy Sheba Farms in the South as well as parts of the town of Kafr Kila where Zionist guns poke through concrete bunkers, literally into the faces of Lebanese school children. Lebanese intelligence discovered that Yari passed on the most sensitive information to Mossad during the war of aggression Israel launched against Lebanon in the summer of 2006. While the Zionists were roundly defeated, the information provided by Yari caused significant damage to South Lebanon as well as parts of Beirut. Sources also revealed that Yari had travelled to Occupied Palestinian territories using false Palestinian documents. His other visits included travel to countries in Europe and Asia to meet Mossad agents in order not to arouse suspicion. The fact that he evaded detection for so long clearly indicates that Yari had covered his tracks well.Since the expulsion of Zionist occupation forces from most of Lebanon, Hizbullah and the Lebanese intelligence agency have become more active in ferreting out Zionist agents inside the country. More than 100 people have been arrested in Lebanon so far on charges of collaborating with Mossad since April 2009, including members of the security forces and telecommunications employees. One of the most high profile cases was that of Ali al-Jarrah who worked as a school administrator and presented himself as an ardent supporter of the Palestinians but had been recruited by Israel as far back as 1983. For several decades he provided information on the Palestinians and Hizbullah. Jarrah would photograph sensitive areas and pass this information to the Zionists. Reporting on his arrest, the New York Times reported on February 19, 2009, “To Israel, he [Ali al-Jarrah] appears to have been a valued spy, sending reports and taking clandestine photographs of Palestinian groups and Hezbollah since 1983.”Lebanese investigators confirmed that he had confessed to a career of espionage for the Zionists. It was spectacular in its scope and longevity. His secret trips abroad and the unexplained cash that he obtained raised suspicions about his activities. How could a school administrator lead a life of such luxury and take frequent trips abroad. He also frequently visited Syria where he photographed roads and bridges. Part of his mission was to find out the routes used by Hizbullah to smuggle weapons into Lebanon to confront the Zionist occupation army.He spoke with his handlers by satellite phone, receiving “dead drops” of money, cameras and listening devices. Occasionally, on the pretext of a business trip, he traveled to Belgium and Italy, received an Israeli passport, and flew to Israel, where he was debriefed at length, Lebanese investigators say. His arrest came not at the hands of Lebanese intelligence; it was Hizbullah that closed in on him in July 2008 and handed him over to the Lebanese military together with his brother Yusuf who was also working for Mossad.The Jarrah family’s treachery will not be complete without mentioning Ziad al-Jarrah, one of the 19 alleged hijackers of 911. It has been widely speculated that Israeli Mossad was behind the 911 attacks. The presence of Ziad al-Jarrah among the hijackers gives the game away, especially in view of his family members in Lebanon acting as spies for the Zionists.When Mark Regev, a spokesman for Israel’s prime minister at the time, Ehud Olmert, was asked about the Jarrah family and arrest of the two brothers, he replied: “It is not our practice to publicly talk about any such allegations in this case or in any case.” The Israeli government spokesman may not wish to comment for obvious reasons but the fact is that the Zionists paid more than $300,000 to Jarrah for his services over the course of 26 years.
The Zionists got a very good deal. While $300,000 may be a lot of money in Lebanon, what the zionists got in return was worth billions of dollars.

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