How could one keep a public room under complete surveillance 24/7 without the 'spies' being detected? Well you could use lots of spies so that no one sat around under surveillance for too long. But then if the hand-offs could be checked against arrival photos of persons and their passports. . . And then against their appearance in the area under surveillance. . . Folks, the people who did this, and the agency which ran them made a fine attempt to confuse modern surveillance technology and flunked the exam. The failure was one, I suspect, of arrogance. The belief that no Arab could use modern technology as the British police do, and do it well. Surprise! The problem now is damage control. Which is a problem which involves MANY problems. The same technology has revealed Hamas agents and Fatah Agents. It seems to suggest cooperation between some in Hamas, some in Fatah and Mossad. The Netanyahu government seems paralyzed. The we must consider the fiasco when under Netanyahu. .
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