Mossad runs ISIS


TEHRAN (FNA)- Iraqi security and popular forces have caught an Israeli colonel from Golani Brigade along with a number of ISIL terrorists, a commander disclosed on Thursday.
“The security and popular forces have held captive an Israeli colonel,” a commander of Iraq’s popular mobilization forces said on Thursday.

“The Zionist officer is ranked colonel and had participated in the Takfiri ISIL group’s terrorist operations,” he added.

Noting that he was arrested along with a number of ISIL terrorists, the commander said, “The Israeli colonel’s name is Yusi Oulen Shahak and is ranked colonel in Golani Brigade of the Zionist regime’s army with the security and military code of Re34356578765az231434.”

He said that the relevant bodies are now interrogating the Israeli colonel to understand the reasons behind his fighting alongside the ISIL forces and the presence of other Zionist officers among ISIL terrorists.

The Iraqi security forces said the captured colonel has already made shocking confessions.

Several ISIL militants arrested in the last one year had already confessed that Israeli agents from Mossad and other Israeli espionage and intelligence bodies were present in the first wave of ISIL attacks on Iraq and capture of Mosul in Summer 2014, but no ranking Israeli agent had been arrested.

Political and military experts told FNA that the capture of the Israeli colonel will leave a grave impact on Iraq’s war strategy, including partnership with Israeli allies.

In a relevant development in July, Iraqi volunteer forces announced that they had shot down a drone that was spying on the Arab country’s security forces in the city of Fallujah, Western Iraq.

Iraq’s popular forces reported that they had brought down a hostile surveillance aircraft over the Southeastern Fallujah in Anbar Province.

They said that the wreckage of the ISIL’s spy drone carried ‘Israel-Made’ labels.

This was not the first Israeli-made drone downed in Iraq.

In August an Israeli Hermes drone was shot down in the vicinity of Baghdad Airport.

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4 Responses to Mossad runs ISIS

  1. higharka says:

    Where’s the “critique”? You reported the news, but didn’t say anything about it.

    1) Should Japan be deploying its SDF to protect itself from Zionist invasions?

    2) Has the Japanese financial structure already been infiltrated by Zionist agents (other than the “American” ones you already know about)?

    • “The Vulture of Critique” mostly means small-minded snark, non-constructive criticism, and petty disagreements. If you have substantial policy recommendations, you can start a blog called “The Vulture of Constructive Criticism.”

      As for question 1, I think Japan could simply tell the USA troops to go back home, and use the SDF to man the bases built by the USA on Japanese soil. They are a defense force, they don’t need to go outside Japanese borders.

      2) I don’t know about finance in Japan. Korean immigrants are probably good at infiltrating Japan, though.

      Somewhere I had a few dozen links about Japanese banking and bankers, but I don’t know where they are. They deserve to be posted as a page, not as a temporary blog post.

      • higharka says:

        Considering how Zionists used the “World Wars” to gain control of banking in almost the entire world, it’s highly likely that Japan’s financial system passed into Zionist control (via American subordinate policies) during the occupation. The Fed, the IMF, and the BIS still (obviously) exercise vast power over Japan, which means the Zionists are de facto running the show; what I’m uninformed about, though, is the degree to which the Japanese people themselves have been infiltrated, down to the level of smaller domestic-only banks.

    • has a lot of info about Japanese banking, but I would have to dig through it to find something useful.

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