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Saturday, September 04, 2004

Dar Al Hayat - Ayoon wa Azan (Definite Accusation!)

Dar Al Hayat: "Ayoon wa Azan (Definite Accusation!)
Jihad Al Khazen Al-Hayat 2004/09/4

All neo-conservatives are spies for Israel; the only difference between them is whether or not one would be exposed.

"Neo" means Jewish-American Sharonian Likudnik, whereas "con" means conservative. But this description is erroneous, as the sweeping majority of Jewish-Americans are moderate Liberals, and the minority are extremist Likudniks, who are non-conservative in the first place, as they shift from the Democrat to the Republican Party for the service of Israel. They are loyal to Israel only; this is why talk about a "dual" loyalty is erroneous, just like it is to consider Israel's spies within the Bush administration, its agents, and its apologists, to be conservatives. The real conservatives write in The American Conservative, which is run by Pat Buchanan, Taki Theodoracopulos, and Scott McConnell.

An investigation is underway with Pentagon Policy Analyst on Iran Laurence A. Franklin, who is accused of leaking sensitive documents about the American policy vis-à-vis Iran, to two of the members of The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the official Jewish lobby that supports Israel.

The investigation is accompanied by a chaos, as the accused are Israelis with American citizenship, no more and no less. Franklin works with Deputy Under Secretary William J. Luti, who works for Douglas Feith, who works with Paul Wolfowitz. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld is an old Rightist, but he is not a member of the cabal. As for AIPAC, it supports any Israeli government in office, and equates between Isaac Rabin and Ariel Sharon; it has gradually shifted to the Israeli Right since the 1980s, and has become the representative of the Likud's ideology, more than any other party's.

Richard Perle and Paul Wolfowitz started with Democratic Senator Henry (Scoop) Jackson. Seymour Hersh, one of the most prominent American investigative reporters and writers said that in 1970, an FBI wiretap recorded Perle discussing classified information with an Israeli Embassy official in Washington. In 1978, CIA director Admiral Stansfield Turner, asked Senator Jackson to fire Perle because he found out about secret information that he was not allowed to see.

Stephen Green, who is as professionally renowned as Hersh, said that Wolfowitz, who used to work in the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency in 1978, was subject to inquiry when it was found out that he provided a classified document to an Israeli Government official through an AIPAC contact. Another investigation showed that in 1990, when Wolfowitz was Dick Cheney's Under Secretary for Policy, he encouraged selling missiles to Israel within the Department of Defense (DoD).

From Wolfowitz to Franklin, 26 years later, and extremists are active within the administration and around it. My Friend Michael Saba found out in 1978 that Steven Brian, then head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in Congress and U.S. DoD Aid for International Security, was showing an Israeli delegation secret Pentagon documents. Steven was suspended from work, but Richard Perle, then Under Secretary at the U.S. DoD, appointed him as his assistant, where the former would be exposed to more secret documents.

Green narrates how Michael Ledeen was hired as a consultant on terrorism by the DOD in 1983; his immediate superior, Assistant Secretary of Defense Noel Koch, told Green that Ledeen had somehow obtained classified information that he should not have been allowed to see. Koch then informed his executive assistant that Ledeen was to be denied classified materials in the future.

All of them are part of the extremist cabal that works for the best interest of Israel. Richard Perle used his authority in order for Wolfowitz to work in the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; he also helped Douglas Feith in entering the DoD in 1982, and added to him Stephen Bryen. In 2001, Wolfowitz brought Feith back to the DoD, as Undersecretary of Defense for Policy; in his turn, Feith helped Perle become the chairman of the Defense Policy Board. But the latter resigned from this position, and then from the membership, under the pressure of the scandals of power and commissions.

Feith was the supervisor of the Office of Special Plans (OSP), which invented information about Iraq's weapons, after the traditional intelligence services did not find any, in order to push the country towards a war which sacrificed young Americans for the service of Israel. Since Feith first came to the scene, he worked and dealt with Israel alone. One story is enough; renowned investigative reporter Jim Lobe recounted that Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, Near East/South Asia and Special Plans, Air Force Lt Col Karen Kwiatkowski, once helped escort a group of half a dozen Israelis, including several generals, from the first floor reception area to Feith's office. ''We just followed them, because they knew exactly where they were going and moving fast''. When the group arrived, she noted the book which all visitors are required to sign under special regulations that took effect after 9/11. ''I asked his secretary, 'Do you want these guys to sign in'? She said, 'No, these guys don't have to sign in' ''. It occurred to her, she said, that the office may have deliberately not wanted to maintain a record of the meeting.

All of these are Israel's spies, and all of them sacrificed America's youth for the protection of Israel, while in fact Iraq was not a threat to it, but rather an easy target with the presence of Saddam Hussein; these people planned for Iran to be the next target, followed by Syria, and who knows when the turn of Saudi Arabia and Egypt would come.

The reader knows Jonathan Pollard who was caught selling top secret U.S. intelligence to the Israelis; but there are tens of Israel's spies like him still active within the administration, without being arrested, not to say tried and convicted. The New York Times itself published an article for David K. Shipler on 22 December 1985, saying that the F.B.I. knew of at least a dozen incidents in which American officials transferred classified information to the Israelis, and referred them to the Justice Department, which did not prosecute them. Former chief of the Justice Department's internal security section John Davitt acknowledged this, and said that "The Israeli intelligence service, when I was in the Justice Department, [1950-1980] was the second most active in the United States, to the Soviets."

Israel denied the accusations every time, and denied them this time; I read in the Israeli newspapers yesterday, and prior to that, expressions such as "heavily denied" and "have no essence at all," which confirm the accusation that does not need confirmation in the first place."


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