Arabs controlled by Mossad
Reportedly his controller is Lt Col Aharon Goldbard. Syrian sources blame Siniora and Goldbard for the murder former Lebanese prime minister Rafiq Hariri.
(Damascus disinvites Siniora because he 'procrastinated' - Lebanese ... / Damascus Smears Lebanese PM Siniora as “Israeli agent”)
"My father was considered as a threat to them; he was among the first denouncing Israeli relationships with Portuguese nationals in Africa; he was the one who foiled Zionist plans Africa; he was also among the first Arab politicians raising the Palestinian case while calling it 'a nation liberation' case, rather than a religious war between Jewish and Muslims.
"Another reason making me believe that Mossad are implicated in the assassination of my father is that there had been cooperation between Morocco Intelligence and Mossad even before the assassination of Mehdi Ben Barka…
"the presence of Mossad in Morocco is a reality; the beginning was in early sixties with the beginning of Moroccan Jews migration to Israel."
The Lavon Affair - Operation Suzannah - 1954.
Operation Suzannah was the work of Colonel Benyamin Gibli, the chief of Israel's army intelligence.
Gibli wanted British and American properties in Egypt to be bombed. He wanted the Egyptian government to be blamed. He wanted the USA to hate Egypt.
In Egypt, Israeli intelligence officer Avram Dar recruited several Egyptians. Dar used the name John Darling and posed as a British citizen.
On 2 July1954, a post office in Alexandria was firebombed.
On July 14, the U.S. Information Agency libraries in Alexandria and Cairo, and a British-owned theatre, were bombed.
The plot was uncovered.
Israeli agent Robert Dassa had a bomb in his pocket which ignited by accident.
The Egyptian government arrested Dassa.
Dassa's apartment was searched. The names of accomplices were found. Several suspects were arrested, including Egyptian Jews and Israelis.
Another report states that one the Israeli spies was a double agent working for Colonel Osman Nouri, the chief of Egyptian counter-intelligence.
Israel's secretary of defense Pinchas Lavon denied any knowledge of the operation.
Israel's intelligence chief, Gibli, claimed that Lavon had given him verbal order to proceed with the plot.
Lavon blamed Shimon Peres, who was the secretary general of the defense ministry, and also blamed Gibli.
Supporters of Lavon also accused Israeli Chief of Staff Moshe Dayan of conspiring against Lavon and being the real culprit in the case.
Some Egyptian security experts and political analysts have claimed that Israel was behind the July 2005 bombings in Sharm e-Sheikh.
On Egypt's state-run television, retired army general Fuad Allam said that he was almost certain that Israel was behind the attacks at Sharm e-Sheikh and Taba.
According to Fuad, investigations have shown that the mastermind of the Taba attack was a Palestinian "apparently linked to Israel's security forces."
He added: "I'm almost certain that Israel was also behind this attack because they want to undermine our government and deal a severe blow to our economy. The only ones who benefit from these attacks are the Israelis and the Americans."
Al-Jazeera and Al-Arabiya interviewed commentators who claimed that Israel was behind the bombs in Egypt.
Dia Rashwan, an expert on Islamic terror groups, said in a phone interview with Al-Arabiya from Cairo: "Israel is the only country that benefits from this."
Majdi Birnawi, another security expert, told Al-Jazeera that "I believe that Mossad or some other (Israeli) security organization carried out this attack."
Birnawi said: "Everyone knows that there are no Israelis in Sharm e-Sheikh. There are only Western tourists there. That's why it's wrong to assume that the perpetrators were targeting Israelis."
The following is based on : Analysis: Hamas history tied to Israel: United Press International 06/18/02
According to several current and former U.S. intelligence officials, Israel gave money to Hamas over a period of years.
Israel "aided Hamas directly - the Israelis wanted to use it as a counterbalance to the PLO (Palestinian Liberation Organization)," said Tony Cordesman, Middle East analyst for the Center for Strategic Studies.
Israel's support for Hamas "was a direct attempt to divide and dilute support for a strong, secular PLO by using a competing religious alternative," said a former senior CIA official.
According to documents United Press International got from the Israel-based Institute for Counter Terrorism, Hamas evolved from Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood.
According to ICT papers, Hamas was legally registered in Israel in 1978 by Sheikh Ahmed Yassin.
According to U.S. administration officials, money for the movement came directly and indirectly from Israel.
"The thinking on the part of some of the right-wing Israeli establishment was that Hamas and the others, if they gained control, would refuse to have any part of the peace process and would torpedo any agreements put in place," said a U.S. government official who asked not to be named.
"Israel would still be the only democracy in the region for the United States to deal with," he said.
9. Saudi Arabia
Prince Bandar reportedly keeps in close touch with Mossad.
According to an article in Haaretz ( The head of the Mossad and the Saudi connection - Haaretz - Israel ...):
"Saudi Arabia, the guardian of the Islamic holy sites, is meticulous about maintaining a frosty attitude toward Israel in public and has never agreed to meetings between foreign ministers and senior diplomats. The unofficial liaison between Riyadh and Jerusalem was Prince Bandar, from his luxurious suburban Washington home in McLean, Virginia. Bandar's Israeli contact is Mossad head Meir Dagan, who discreetly reported on their meetings to Sharon. The connection was maintained when Bandar returned to Saudi Arabia, and according to Israeli sources became closer during the war in Lebanon."