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Guest Post: Strange bedfellows in the Middle East? Will Israel strike Iran alone?

This is another guest post by Brian Goldfarb, with additional notes by Anne: Y’know, there are, just occasionally, moments that really warm the cockles of a Zionist’s heart, and this might, just might, be one of them. Especially as these … Continue reading

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Going Cold Turkey

As reported earlier this week, Turkey’s hostility to Israel is currently so poisonous that they committed the ultimate sin in espionage circles by “burning” an allied country’s (Israel’s) spy ring – i.e. blowing their cover – of an allied state … Continue reading

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So much for that apology – Turkey blows the cover of Israeli spy ring in Iran

David Ignatius at The Washington Post has reported on shocking news about a massive Israeli intelligence failure, courtesy of our “friends” the Turks. It appears that last year, Turkey, under PM Erdogan’s leadership, blew the cover of an Israeli spy … Continue reading

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Jonathan Pollard spied on Arabs and Soviets, not on the US

Contrary to all the reports and rumours over the decades, it now appears that Jonathan Pollard, the Israeli spy imprisoned in America for life, never spied on American activities at all  and was never asked to by Israel.  Rather, he … Continue reading

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Syrian diplomat reportedly passing military intel to Israel and US

Like something out of spy fiction, The Times of Israel reports that a serving Syrian diplomat is reportedly passing military intelligence to Israel and the US: A serving Syrian diplomat, trusted by the Assad regime, has been passing intelligence material … Continue reading

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Who is behind the unrest in Egypt?

As I said in my previous post, there have been so many reports, analyses and interviews about the situation in Egypt that it’s hard to wade through them. Certainly I have no new insights to offer into this uprising. You … Continue reading

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