Iran, Syria and Hizbullah Fear Security Penetration

(Winnipeg Free Press-Canada) Samuel Segev - Iran, Syria and Hizbullah are more concerned about the penetration of their security systems by Israel and other intelligence services than they are about the outbreak of war. To their shock, a former Israeli intelligence source revealed this past weekend that Hizbullah chief Hassan Nasrallah's recent trip to Damascus was "totally monitored." "Israel could have eliminated Nasrallah on his way to Damascus, but it didn't want to," he said. No less embarrassing to Syria, Iran and Hizbullah was the revelation that former Hizbullah military chief Imad Mughniyeh's sudden death in a car bomb in Damascus in June 2008 was done with Jordanian intelligence assistance. In a posthumous video message posted on an al-Qaeda website last weekend, a Jordanian-Palestinian double agent who killed seven CIA operatives in Afghanistan a few months ago revealed that Jordan provided the intelligence for Mughniyeh's killing.

2010-03-03 07:49:19

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