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Monday, February 23, 2015

The Mossad's 'true assessment' of Iran's nuclear program?

@BarakRavid reports that Al-Jazeera and Al-Guardian have documents which they claim reflect the Mossad's 'true assessment' of Iran's nuclear program.

Let's go to the videotape. More after the video.

The source of the documents is apparently the South African State Security Agency.
Spanning a period from 2006 until December 2014, they include detailed briefings and internal analyses written by operatives of South Africa's State Security Agency (SSA). They also reveal the South Africans' secret correspondence with the US intelligence agency, the CIA, Britain's MI6, Israel's Mossad, Russia's FSB and Iran's operatives, as well as dozens of other services from Asia to the Middle East and Africa.
The files unveil details of how, as the post-apartheid South African state grappled with the challenges of forging new security services, the country became vulnerable to foreign espionage and inundated with warnings related to the US "War on Terror".
Color me skeptical. Given Israel's generally poor relations with post-apartheid South Africa, I find it hard to believe that the Mossad would have shared meaningful assessments regarding Iran's nuclear program with that country. 

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