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    • zionist forever
    • 17.02.13 | 06:11 (IST)

    At the end of the day no matter who was told other than his family doesn't matter the fact is the idea like he is some person hidden away like some sort of man in the iron mask is a myth. His true identity might have been kept secret in Israel but people knew he was there. What is wrong with voulenteering to work for Mossad sure the work he did might of been illgeal but Mossad but recruiting him was not illegal or undemocratic. As for using Australian passports, how do you think intelligence agents go into foreign countries if they don't want everybody to know who they really are? They use either legitimate but modified or forged passports. The Australian intelligence services will also do that same thing so if Israel is undemocratic because it uses Australian passports illegally then Australia is just as undemocratic as Israel. We live in a world where countries spy on others getting into the country through illegal means or occasionally they will do things like asasinate people if its in the interests of national security. Israel might carry our things like assasinations more often than others but countries but even countries like the US & UK will have done that sort of things in the past or refuse to do it in the future. I imagine the Australian intelligence service would be willing to bump off a terrorist if it was in the national interest. Intelligence agents break laws of foreign countries its all part of the job.

    from the article: Israel's dark deeds
    First published 04:41 14.02.13 | Last updated 04:41 14.02.13
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