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The "Where are they now?" Dept: Libya.
Posted by: Rob (IP Logged)
Date: July 18, 2003 04:25PM


However may grains of salt you take this with, it's a helluva story.

Re: The "Where are they now?" Dept: Libya.
Posted by: mike (IP Logged)
Date: July 21, 2003 04:30AM

Looks like you might not need to take too many grains of salt with it in fact ....

The text its taken from the book 'The Other Side of Deception: A Rogue Agent Exposes the Mossad's Secret Agenda' by Victor Ostrovsky. One of the many revelations this book makes regarding the Mossad's activities - one regarding the assassination of a German political leader - later proved to be spot on (see []). Also, given that the Mossad has publicly stated it wants to assassinate him its safe to assume theres some truth to what hes saying.

What interests me is how it all ties in to Sept. 11th. The Mossad framing of Libya, and the Mossad foreknowledge of the attack on the Marine barracks in Lebanon (killing 200-odd US marines) which the book also reveals (Mossad deliberately withheld the information from the US, knowing the attacks would promote Arab-US animosity), provide ominous precedents for Sept 11th, given that the Mossad were spying on a number of the hijackers involved shortly before the attacks (take the FOX story on the issue, which of course had a very short life but can still be found mirrored on the internet - []).

Definately a lot of stuff worth looking into in any case. Thanks for the link.

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