perry's claim that the mossad, acting as cia officers, recruited jundallah terrorists mostly in london is patently untrue. jundallah, a sunni radical group, is pakistani and their members live in pakistan. indeed, the terror attacks attributed to jundallah are in the nature of the usual terror attacks carried out by such terror groups, such as blowing up shia mosques, kidnapping iranian border guards, etc...israel would not be interested in such activities which would not harm iran's nuclear capabilities. other countries, who might have a broader interest in destabalising iran, might use jundallah, though this is not proven. perry specifically stated that there is no evidence whatever that mossad was involved in the sabotage and killings in iran of late. yet he still attempted to point the finger at israel. since perry admits that there is no evidence pointing to israel, he should retract his article. the question is whether mark perry acted on his sole initiative when he wrote this article in foreign policy magazine, or whether others had encouraged him to do so. this last question is the most important one. if perry acted alone, then he is a rogue operator. however, if perry was induced to write this article by third parties, then there is a larger conspiracy to undermine israel's national security and to besmirch her intelligence services.
Islamist militants attack African Union base in southern Somalia (Reuters)