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> Date: Mon, 1 Mar 2010 23:25:29 EST
> To: Robert Millegan <ramille...@aol.com>
> Cc: <ema...@aol.com>, <j...@aol.com>, <jim6...@cwnet.com>
> Subject: How 'unwitting' were the 'dual nationals' whose passports were used
> by Mossad?

>>  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sayanim
>> Sayanim (plural; singular Sayan; Hebrew
>> <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hebrew_(language)> : "helpers," "assistants")
>> refers to  [non-Israeli] Jews who provide assistance to the  Mossad
>> <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mossad> .
>> Generally-speaking, these <Zionist> volunteers are  asked to engage in
>> <technically> legal activities that will not bring  them into trouble with
>> the authorities.  There are exceptions, however  -- as for example in the
>> case of Jonathan Pollard <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_Pollard> ,
>> the U.S. Naval intelligence  employee who engaged in espionage on behalf of
>> Israel's intelligence agencies  and whose exposure by the FBI
>> <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FBI>  strained relations between the U.S. and
>> Israel.
>> Victor Ostrovsky <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Ostrovsky> , a former
>> Mossad katsa <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katsa>  turned author, has written
>> extensively  about the activities of  sayanim, as has Gordon Thomas.
>> According to Ostrovsky and Thomas, sayanim provide [tactical  support
>> services]  to Mossad officers operating abroad in  their countries.  This
>> support can include facilitating medical  care, money, logistics, and even
>> overt intelligence gathering.  They [are  usually chosen from among] Judges,
>> Court Clerks, Expert Witnesses, Child  Protective Service Workers, Assistant
>> District Attorneys, Police Officers, or  anyone with sufficient power [to
>> intervene] in other people's  lives, and [in that role] they [are sworn to]
>> do anything for the State of Israel
>> <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/State_of_Israel>  against its enemies or  those
>> perceived to be unfavorable to Israeli policy.   Sayanim are supposedly not
>> directly involved in intelligence  operations, and are only paid for their
>> expenses.
>> Sayanim must be 100% Jewish.  They live abroad  and are not Israeli citizens
>> <although granted dual citizenship>, but  many are reached through their
>> relatives in Israel.  Katsas <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katsa>  are [the
>> case officers] in charge of the  sayanim, and most active sayanim will be
>> visited by a katsa  once every three months or so, which for the katsa means
>> two to four  face-to-face meetings a day, along with numerous conversations
>> by  telephone.  
>> The sayanim system allows the Mossad to work with a  skeleton crew.  That's
>> why, for example, a CIA station would employ about  100 people while a
>> comparable Mossad station would need only six or  seven.  The existence of so
>> many 'volunteers' allows intelligence to be  gathered cheaply.
>> http://theinfounderground.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=5384
>> <http://theinfounderground.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=5384>
>>            Hundreds of Thousands of 'Sayanim' in the United  States
>> Israel has one million sayanim worldwide,  according to Gordon Thomas who
>> wrote "Gideon's Spies, The Secret History  of the Mossad" (the Israeli
>> intelligence service.)  Mr Thomas has also  written books on the CIA and MI5
>> and MI6.  The word sayanim  comes from the Hebrew word "to help."  In an
>> interview Gordon Thomas said  these one million "helpers" were recruited by
>> the Mossad primarily to gather  information around the world.  Mr Thomas said
>> they feed information daily  to their nearest Israeli consulate.  Israel has
>> an army of translators  who translate information which is then assembled by
>> the Mossad.   
>> The Mossad only has 1,500 agents, They  could not operate without their
>> million sayanim or helpers.
>> If  we assume that one-third of all Jews in the world live in America, we
>> could  reasonably infer that there are approximately 350,000 sayanim, or
>> Mossad agents, in the United States.
>> In a previous interview  published at Jeff Rense's website Gordon Thomas said
>> there were 15,000  sayanim in America with military training who were called
>> upon by  former Mossad Operations Director Rafael (Rafi) Eitan during an
>> alert on the  anniversary of 9-11 in 2003.  Mr Thomas said many of these men
>> had  police duties and hence powers in either federal or local  agencies.   I
>> would conclude that the 15,000  sayanim in America only refers to armed
>> agents with military training. The  other 335,000, not part of the domestic
>> Zionist paramilitary  force, are just SPIES.
> ================ 
> How 'unwitting' were the British Israelis?
> The dual nationals linked to Al Mabhouh's assassination aren't necessarily as
> innocent as people think they are ...
> * By Linda S. Heard
> * Gulf News, March 2, 2010
> * 
> http://gulfnews.com/opinions/columnists/how-unwitting-were-the-british-israeli
> s-1.590561
> At last, a team of detectives from Britain's Serious Organised Crimes Agency
> is in Israel with the intent of interviewing British-Israeli dual nationals
> whose passports were cloned by Mahmoud Al Mabhouh's assassins.
> Reports in the international media widely assume that the 12 Britons named
> unwittingly handed over their British passports to Israeli airport immigration
> authorities. The general belief is that the dual-nationals concerned are
> innocent victims of those behind the plot to kill the Hamas commander. They
> may well be. However, given certain anomalies, I can only trust that their
> "interviews" will be more than a softly-softly chat over tea and cucumber
> sandwiches.
> Firstly, Philip Carr whose name appears on the second list of six British
> dual-nationals issued by Dubai Police has confirmed a point I mentioned in
> last week's column; that Israeli citizens must enter and depart Israel on
> their Israeli passports. "I don't think I ever presented the passport to
> anyone in Israel because I left and came back to Israel on my Israeli passport
> in accordance with Israeli law," Carr said. In that case, Carr would have
> certainly remembered being asked by Israeli immigration to hand over his
> British travel documents. Alternatively, Carr could be attempting to get
> Israeli immigration off the hook. Carr says the whole matter is "more
> interesting than annoying".
> The main mystery is: how did an intelligence agency gain sight of Carr's
> passport along with all the others? If they had been stolen, then that would
> have been reported. There is the possibility that they could have been
> intercepted by Israeli postal authorities or had been requested by Israeli
> government agencies for whatever purpose. These are questions that are, no
> doubt, being asked by British police.
> Secondly, the British police should profile the dual-nationals and try to
> discover a pattern. What is it that they have in common, if anything?
> About those named on the second list, little is known. Most have either gone
> to ground or have refused newspaper interviews. An Israeli news site, Ynet,
> reports that one female Israeli resident named denies holding a foreign
> passport, while within hours of the new list's publication "the names of
> Œsuspects' Philip Carr and Daniel Marc Schnur Œmagically' disappeared from the
> 144 phone directory website".
> There is, however, a smattering of information about the six whose names were
> initially revealed. At least three live and work on kibbutzim. These are:
> Paul John Keeley, a convert to Judaism who has lived on Kibbutz Nahsholim for
> 15 years and says he hasn't left Israel since 2008 when he visited Turkey on a
> trip organised by his kibbutz.
> Michael Lawrence Barney, who immigrated to Israel in the 1970s to work on the
> kibbutz of Beit HaEmek; he was followed by his brother during the 1973
> Arab-Israeli War. A kibbutz spokesperson has revealed that in the early days
> the kibbutz was home to people connected with security, who used to regularly
> disappear for a week or more. Today, young Beit HaEmek kibbutzniks voluntarily
> add a year to their mandatory national service. The name of Barney's daughter
> Gabriella, who lives on the same kibbutz, appears on the second list.
> James Leonard Clarke moved to Israel several years ago when he worked for the
> Israeli military as a bomb disposal expert. He is now a resident of a kibbutz
> called Givat HaShlosha that once hid weapons caches for the Haganah, a Jewish
> terrorist network which became the core of the Israeli army in 1948.
> The others originally named are:
> Stephen Daniel Hodes, who moved to Israel a decade ago followed by his
> parents. Today he works as a physiotherapist for the Hadassah Hospital in
> Occupied Jerusalem that was founded by the Women's Zionist Organisation of
> America.
> Melvyn Adam Mildiner, who immigrated to Israel on September 11, 2001, and who
> says he feels more at home there than anywhere else.
> Jonathan Lewis Graham, who immigrated to Israel with his parents and family
> three years ago; all said to be "devoutly religious and community-minded".
> The message I'm getting is that all six are Zionist and/or religious
> ideologues. Moreover, a named Australian dual-national, Joshua Daniel Bruce,
> is in Israel to study Judaism, while Michael Bodenheimer, whose name appears
> on a forged German passport, lives in the ultra-orthodox city of Bnei Brak and
> studies in a yeshiva (Jewish seminary).
> None of them, as far as I can divine, has lashed out at the Israeli government
> or at the Mossad for placing them in peril. ŒCoincidentally', none of the 12
> Britons named was outside Israel at the time of the hit.
> Most ordinary young Israelis, today, are not ideologues, so it may be that
> these people were specifically chosen for their patriotic fervour. It's not
> therefore inconceivable that they willingly handed over their passports to
> Mossad agents and agreed not to travel during a specified period. That's for
> British investigators to find out. I only hope that they are backed by enough
> political will to launch a vigorous probe befitting the seriousness of this
> crime.
> Concurrently, the US should investigate Payoneer, the New-York based company
> that distributed credit cards to several of the assassins.  Payoneer's founder
> and CEO Yuval Tal is a former member of Israel's Special Forces.
> But don't hold your breath!
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