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Thursday, February 17, 2005

Fingerprints of the Mossad (an aberration of nature)

Fingerprints, as with snowflakes, as the saying goes; there are never two exactly alike. It seems the creator decided in her infinite wisdom to give each human being a unique set of fingerprints that would distinguish them from all others. These specific markers that the PTB would one day use to their full advantage for identifying, classifying and marginalizing certain "dissidents" who were brave (or foolish) enough to stand up to Bush's creeping fascism in the early days of the 21st century.

There is one shadowy group operating on the world stage at present that seems to defy this very obvious fact of nature, because no matter where they go, or which agents are involved in their subterfuge, the fingerprints they leave behind are almost always exactly the same.

The group I am referring to is the Israeli secret service, otherwise known as the Mossad. This group operates for the most part under the radar of government and media, specializing in assassinations, false-flag operations and other covert deceptions with operatives based around the world. Because they are so successful in their clandestine operations, much of what is known about Mossad comes to us via the courageous work of Victor Ostrovsky, a former Mossad agent who detailed his adventures in two books entitled By Way of Deception and The Other Side of Deception. Both of these titles are unfortunately no longer in print, but used copies are still available on

Now, the motto of this particular organization is aptly named - "by way of deception, thou shalt do war", and goes a long way in describing how the calling card or "fingerprint" of the Mossad can be recognized. In essence, the Mossad excels at carrying out false-flag attacks and deceptively arranges it so that their enemies are the ones who take the blame. It's a purely Machiavellian strategy, whose successful two-pronged approach, seeks to embroil both one's foes by making it appear that one has openly attacked the other. Not only does this incite tension and hostility between both enemies, making them weaker overall, it also serves to effectively deflect attention away from the real perpetrators.

They have been using this strategy with great success for many many years, and although a few times have been "caught in the act" so to speak, for the most part always seem to emerge from the resulting chaos unscathed and smelling like a rose.

It seems likely that many of the suicide bombings that exact a huge toll in Iraq these days are a result of this sort of action, whereby agents of the Mossad arrange for sympathetic "agents" who are programmed to attack and kill Iraqi civilians whereby the bombings are then automatically blamed on so-called "insurgents". Two of the more flagrant examples of this type of Mossad operation can be found by looking into the facts of September 11, 2001, as well as the notorious Lavon Affair from 1954.

The most recent and glaringly obvious example of the ubiquitous Mossad fingerprint can be found on the recent assasination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri. Looking objectively at the facts surrounding this cold-blooded murder of a much loved and respected Middle eastern statesman, and which parties benefit the most from his death, the picture becomes painfully clear. This well-financed and intricately planned attack has all the hallmarks of a Mossad false-flag operation. The massive amount of explosives, the precise timing of the blast and resultant backlash against Israeli arch-enemy Syria are all important clues that point in one obvious direction.

Who benefits?

Well, take a look at this short summary of stories from mainstream and alternative press over the last week, and then decide for yourself who was mostly likely behind this cowardly and heartless act...

First from the World Socialist Website:

Mossad, the CIA and Lebanon
The assassination of Rafiq Hariri: who benefited?

By Bill Van Auken
17 February 2005

[...] the Syrian regime is being "framed" for a crime it did not commit...

[...] The powers that most clearly stood to advance their strategic aims by having Hariri assassinated and blaming the crime on Syria are the US and Israel. Among those who play the game of speculating who organized the car bombing in Beirut, the smart money is undoubtedly on Washington and Tel Aviv.

[...] Washington was prepared in advance to seize upon Hariri's death as a pretext for escalating its threats against Damascus.

[...] The timing of the assassination, barely a week after Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas announced their truce in Egypt, is noteworthy. It is quite possible that any limited concessions the Israeli regime may agree to make as part of the "peace process" with the Palestinians will be repaid by Washington giving the green light for Israeli provocations and military actions against Syria.

[...] If one asks the question, "Who benefits?" the answer is clear. The destabilization of Lebanon, the mobilization of the US-backed opposition to the pro-Syrian government in Beirut, and the vilification of Damascus all serve to advance US and Israeli strategic plans long in the making.

It is not just a question of motive, however. Israel has a long history of utilizing assassination as an instrument of state policy. The Israeli regime has not infrequently carried out acts of terror and blamed them on its enemies.

[...] Car bomb killings in Beirut are a regular part of Mossad's repertoire.

Then this from Al-Jazeera:

Who killed Rafiq al-Hariri?

2/16/2005 1:00:00 PM GMT

[...] Israel stands to gain the most from his death as did the U.S.

[...] The U.S. and Israel were first of the block and quick to point the finger of blame at Syria - tantamount to convicting themselves as they're the only two countries that stand to gain from unrest being created in Lebanon.

[...] the blast had all the earmarks of the bombing that was carried out by Israel against former Palestinian leaders in Beirut in the past.

[...] It should also be remembered that the one man who wanted Lebanon destroyed, and who led the attack that Beirut on the brink of destruction was none other than one Ariel Sharon, Israel's current prime minister.

Sharon has set up a special group of dark ops in Israel who are allowed to kill anyone deemed to be a threat to Israel in any land in the world-clearly a violation of International Law.

Continuing on with this story from the Tehran Times:

Mossad behind Hariri assassination

Tehran Times Opinion Column, MNA
Feb. 16, By Hassan Hanizadeh

[...] The explosion destroyed a number of public buildings and vehicles, showing that the complicated terrorist act was carried out by a well equipped organization.

[...] regional and trans-regional powers such as the United States and the Zionist regime are trying to steer Lebanon toward a crisis, aiming to extend their military and political presence in some parts of the Middle East and the Mediterranean.

[...] if Syrian forces withdraw from Lebanese territory, it would surely pave the way for the political and military machinations of the United States and Israel.

[...] Now, the question is: Who benefited from the assassination of Hariri, a man who played a constructive role in the reestablishment of security in Lebanon?

All the evidence indicates that the Israeli intelligence service Mossad killed Hariri, since it had previously plotted to assassinate important Lebanese politicians.

The Mossad is trying to help the Zionist army claw its way back into Lebanon, since history has shown that the stability of Lebanon is not to the advantage of Israel.

The there's this from the Islamic Republic News Agency:

Late Hariri's consultant: Hariri's assassination by Mossad aimed at creating tension in Lebanon


[...] "Assassination Hariri is the Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad`s job, aimed at creating political tension in Lebanon."

[...] "Israel seeks the continuation of its existence in creation of constant tension in the region, and that was the reason why Tel Aviv imposed many years on civil war, and over a decade of occupation and instability against our nation."

And this from Islam Online:

State Agencies Behind Hariri Killing: Expert

Additional Reporting by Hamdy Al Husseini,
IOL Correspondent
February 15/05

[...] Syrian Vice President Abdel Halim Khaddam arrived in Beirut Tuesday to pay his last respects to Hariri, and held Israel accountable for Hariri's grisly murder.

[...] "The magnitude of the blast indicates that it was the work of state security agencies and not just militant groups surfacing every now and then,"

[...] He stressed that the claim of the massive attack by a previously unknown group was a bid to distract attention away from the real perpetrators.

"The Group for Advocacy and Holy War in the Levant, which claimed responsibility for Hariri killing, was an invention of the parties behind the horrendous crime.

[...] He said that Lebanon is not a hotbed of the activities of Saudi militant groups as the country is an open arena for the Arab, Israeli and American intelligence and security agencies, which restrict the movement of such groups.

"Israel is the only country that benefits from Hariri assassination...

[...] Speaking to reporters upon his arrival, Khaddam accused Israel of assassinating Hariri, Al-Arabiya news channel reported.

State-run Syrian newspapers also accused Israel Tuesday of being responsible for the killing.

"Israel has adopted a hostile position to the Arab role in Lebanon since the end of its occupation of the south (in May 2000),"

[...] "This murder has unveiled a plot aimed at the entire region which has struck Lebanon and Syria in the heart."

Add to this from Channel News Asia:

Syria diverts blame onto Israel after 'odious' Hariri killing

16 February 2005 0156 hrs - AFP

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was among the first leaders to condemn the massive Beirut bomb blast that killed Hariri and another 14 people on Monday...

[...] the official Damascus media in turn pointed a finger at Israel without even reporting the accusations against Syria.

Israel "continues to work to sabotage Lebanon's achievements to try to bring anarchy to the country and to be able to continue its occupation of the Shebaa Farms", a disputed strip of land along the Israeli border, said Tishrin.

Several Arab analysts stressed that Syria itself was also targeted by Hariri's assassination.

"Syria certainly did not need to complicate the situation, just when it is already in the firing line"

[...] Political scientist Gamal Salama, also in Cairo, ruled out any Syrian link because the killing could not serve the interests of Damascus.

It could signal "the prelude to action against Syria", said Salama. "Something has been in the pipeline against Syria for a long time. "Nobody knows what or when, but something is being cooked up to target Damascus."

And another from AlJazeera:

Syria accuses Israel of killing Al Hariri

2/15/2005 7:00:00 PM GMT

[...] "What happened was an attempt to shatter national unity in Lebanon, to sow anarchy and divisions which lead to a climate of civil war," said government newspaper Tishrin.

Israel "continues to work to sabotage Lebanon's achievements to try to bring anarchy to the country and to be able to continue its occupation of the Shebaa Farms", a disputed strip of land along the Israeli border, the newspaper added.

Meanwhile, several Arab analysts say that Syria itself was also targeted by Hariri's assassination.

"Syria certainly did not need to complicate the situation, just when it is already in the firing line" over UN Resolution 1559, Rauf Ghoneim, a former Egyptian deputy foreign minister, said

[...] Meanwhile, Iran said Israel is the only state that has the resources to carry out such attack. According to initial reports, the bomb which killed Hariri had the explosive power of 300 kg of dynamite.

"An organised terrorist entity like that of the Zionist regime has the capability to carry out such operations and it targets breaking unity and solidarity in Lebanon," a state-owned Iranian newspaper quoted the foreign ministry as saying.

And there's this from Asia Times:

From Baghdad to Beirut

By Pepe Escobar
Feb 17, 2005

[...] Without a shred of evidence - or perhaps profiting from "intelligence" amassed by the Pentagon, the Israeli Mossad, or both - the Bush administration immediately blamed Syria for the bombing that killed "Mr Beirut", former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri.

[...] it is well known in the Middle East that Palestinians working for the Israeli Mossad have been captured before and posed as members of a fake al-Qaeda cell in Gaza.

[...] Only Israel appears to benefit from Hariri's assassination.

[...] An array of Arab Middle East analysts, as well as the Lebanese government, point out that the blast was eerily similar to previous Israeli-orchestrated bombings against former Palestinian leaders.

[...] The iron-clad certainty, on both sides, is that these have been perpetrated not by "terrorists" as the US claims, but rather by Israeli black ops or Central Intelligence Agency-connected American mercenaries, with the intent of fueling sectarian tensions and advancing the prospect of civil war.

And this excellent essay by Jim Lobe printed on IPS:

Hariri Killing Sure to Bolster U.S. Hawks

Analysis by Jim Lobe
Feb 15/05 (IPS)

[...] the car-bombing is sure to strengthen forces inside the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush who have long argued for "regime change" in Damascus.

[...] He said Washington's precipitous recalling of its ambassador signals a "decision to really put the screws to the Syrians".

[...] The hawks, centred primarily in the Pentagon's civilian leadership and Vice President Dick Cheney's office, have long favoured a "regime change" policy for Damascus anyway.

One of Cheney's top Middle East advisors, David Wurmser and Undersecretary of Defense Douglas Feith -- both with strong ties to Israel's settler movement -- contributed to papers in the 1990s that urged Israel and the United States to arm and finance groups in both Lebanon and Syria to force Damascus' withdrawal from Lebanon and destabilise the Baathist regime.

Since Washington's invasion of Iraq in March 2003, they have argued Damascus' alleged failure to fully cooperate with the occupation justified a more aggressive policy, including military strikes.

And considering that France is America's #1 allied enemy-du-jour, this piece from Expatica is most interesting:

Hariri murder seen as a 'Syrian message' to France

PARIS, Feb 15 (AFP)

[...] The assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafiq Hariri was a deliberate blow to France, whose president Jacques Chirac was a personal friend and has sponsored UN moves to end the Syrian occupation.

[...] "I am convinced this attack - the most significant since the end of Lebanon's war - was a message directed at Chirac, who was a personal friend of Rafiq Hariri," said Antoine Sfeir, director of the Cahiers de l'Orient newsletter.

[...] Syria has condemned the assassination. According to its supporters, the fact that suspicion automatically fell on Damascus suggests that another agent was responsible and calculated that Syria would be blamed.

And lastly, I will leave you with a well articulated summary of the real perpetrators and their motives written as an eassay by the editors at Signs of the Times:

Mossad Murders Former Lebanese PM in Carbon Copy of 1979 Assassination


As we noted yesterday:

Three Mossad agents who could pass for Arabs crossed into Lebanon and entered the city. One rented a car. The second wired a series of bombs into its chasis, roof, and door panels. The third agent parked the car along the route the "Red Prince" traveled to his office every morning. Using precise timing Rafi Eitan had provided, the car was set to explode as PLO chief Salameh passed. It did, blowing him to pieces.

Let's face it, all of the hallmarks of a Mossad operation are there. As an article in today's Economist states:

Some detect the work of an intelligence service—if not Syria’s, some other foreign power’s—in the method of the attack. Certainly, the size and sophistication of the bomb suggest it was the work of a well-organised and experienced group, or a government. The blast was big enough to leave a huge crater and shatter windows hundreds of metres away. Moreover, it was sophisticated enough to defeat jamming mechanisms, which the billionaire Mr Hariri’s convoy always used while travelling, to forestall such remotely triggered attacks. Mr Hariri, who made his fortune in construction in Saudi Arabia, knew he had many enemies and took what countermeasures he could.

By all accounts, Hariri was one of the few "men of peace" left in the Middle East. In his two terms as Lebanese PM since 1990 he had brought Lebanon out of the carnage wrought by 15 years of civil war and set it well on the way to becoming once more the "Paris of the Middle East." As in the case of Iraq, Israel is determined to do whatever necessary to ensure that it remains all-powerful in the region and prevent any of its Arab neigbours from emerging as solid, unified Muslim democracies that it could not demonise as "terrorist states". By murdering Hariri and having the blame pinned on Syria, the Mossad have removed a stablising influence on recovering Lebanese society and the Middle East in general, and given the US government an excuse to further ratchet up the war rhetoric towards Damascus.

In this sense, Israel shares a common goal with the US and it is for this reason that Israel has always enjoyed the overwhelming support of successive US administrations. While the US and Israel both make much of their bogus "war on terrorism", both countries have long since realised that it is by fomenting "terrorism" and "terrorist" groups that their control of the Middle East can be assured. Yet, while both countries share a common goal, the reasons that each desires to achieve that goal are slightly different.

By controlling the extensive oil resources in the Middle East (and the countries that sit upon them), the US can ensure that it continues to top the heap of world superpowers. Israel too wishes to remain as a powerful world player, and its leaders realise that acting as a hired thug for the US in the region is the best way to do so. Yet it is more than mere power lust that is driving Israel's leaders to deliberately antagonise and provoke the entire Arab world. Israel's very presence in the Middle East is predicated on the Judaic notion of a "chosen people" and their very own homeland granted to them thousands of years ago by their mythical god, yahweh.

While it may be possible (if unlikely) to make a convincing geopolitical argument for the US government's Middle East policies over the years, to understand the thinking of people like Sharon and all those that act on his orders, one would have to first embrace as legitimate the idea that a group of human beings can constitute a "chosen people", one of their lives being worth more than 1,000 of the lives of the "lesser" people of the world. One would also have to accept that the "chosen people" are divinely entitled to a piece of land in the Middle East and that they are permitted therefore to act in any way necessary to achieve their goals of lebensraum. While the Israeli government is careful to distance itself from extreme Judaic beliefs, it is clear that it is just such beliefs that underpin its policies.

Religious and political incentives aside, one of the strongest indications of an Israeli involvement in the murder of Hariri is the fact that not ONE mainstream news source is even mentioning the possibility of Israeli involvement, when it is painfully clear that Israel has the most to gain from his death. But then again, we have become accustomed to the severe lack of intestinal fortitude or any real journalistic integrity on the part of the mainstream media. And also to the fact that much of the Western press is dominated by Israeli sympathisers and/or "Zionists".

So, it should be pretty clear by now that by the deliberate killing of Hariri, the Mossad did exactly what it had intended to do; that is destabilize Lebanon and further demonize Syria in the eyes of the west, giving Israel's staunch ally, the U.S. more ammunition with which to crank up the ant-Syrian rhetoric in preparation for the inevitable invasion of the next "axis-of evil" country on Uncle Sam's hit list.

The unique fingerprints of the Mosaad are all over this one, and that's why it's imperative that the truth of their involvement in this horrible crime get spread far and wide. I encourage all readers who are interested in the truth to disseminate links to this blog or any of the other articles mentioned so as to inform as many people as possible.

For further research please see the following pages...

Signs Feb 15/05

Signs Feb 16/05

Signs Feb 17/05

Signs Feb 18/05

and follow the links therein.

I'd like to end this essay by quoting from a Paul Simon Song at the end of his Graceland album called The Myth of the Fingerprints...

"I've seen them all and man they're all the same"

And although he was likely being his humourous poetic self, when it comes to the Israeli secret service, he may actually be on to something.



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