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This is an article from 2015 that I thought would be interesting to share. It appears that even South Africa gets its fair share of false flags and meddling.
-South African and Israeli spies deeply dislike and distrust one another, according to leaked intelligence files in which South African agents describe a Mossad operative as “extremely arrogant” and “prone to be manipulated”.
-Secret cables obtained by Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit reveal that South Africa’s State Security Agency (SSA) considers its Israeli counterpart, Mossad, to be a “difficult and insistent service”. The South Africans even accuse Mossad of staging a bombing “to attract more attention to safety at the Israeli Embassy and other Israeli Companies”.
-Tensions between the two countries at a governmental level are hardly surprising, given the longstanding support by the South Africa’s ruling party for the Palestinian cause, and the history of collaboration between the Israeli state and South Africa’s erstwhile white-minority regime. The papers provide further evidence that the apartheid regime had collaborated in Israel’s development of nuclear weapons.
-One South African document complains of the “personal likes and dislikes, selective memory and personal antagonism” of some agents towards Israel’s secret service, which “interfere with the professional approach required in the intricate game of liaison.”
-The Spy Cables tell how the head of Mossad’s Africa service had previously “managed to see the Director General” of South Africa’s intelligence agency “under false pretenses” by claiming that he was the head of Mossad and was passing through South Africa, “which proved not to be true.”
-The South African officer wrote that the Mossad agent “boasted he is in daily contact with President and Heads of Services in Africa”. She noted that the Israeli was prone to boasting, and that “it was very easy to get him to talk about himself”.
-She writes that the Israeli operative’s “remarks that he deals with President’s and DG’s all over Africa confirm his need to be very important,” deducing that these characteristics leave him “prone to be manipulated and exploited”.
-A different cable reveals a South African agent suggesting that Israel may have staged false flag operations in order to make the case for greater protection of its embassy and Israeli companies by South African authorities.
-A briefing on relations between South African and Israeli intelligence discussed a petrol-bomb attack at an Israeli company in South Africa in June 2001, saying another “pipe bomb” had also been found and disabled.
-The South African agent authoring the report questions whether the event was all that is seemed, asking “did he actually walk-in at the Israeli Embassy or was this staged to ensure more protection,” and, “was the bombing incident also staged to attract more attention to safety at the Israeli Embassy and other Israeli Companies?”
Another secret assessment of Israel’s intelligence outlines an angry meeting in 2007, which ended abruptly when a Mossad agent “stormed out.”
The Israeli secret service had tipped off South African intelligence to the activities of someone they believed was an al-Qaeda operative, “with the hope that the information would benefit South Africa.”
“They expected that [South African intelligence] would share information with them on what are finding of their monitoring and investigation.”
However the South African spy “bluntly told” his Israeli counterpart “that he was prevented by management to share information”.
The Israeli agent, the report says, “could not understand” why South Africa would not reveal the details of their investigation, grew angry and “stormed out of the meeting.”
https://www .aljazeera .com/indepth/features/2015/02/israeli-spy-infuriates-south-africa-intelligence-spy-cables-150224133658973.html
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