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Former Mossad Deputy Denies Turkey Busted a Mossad Spy Ring


A former Mossad deputy director threw cold water on Turkey’s claim it broke up an Israeli spy ring targeting Palestinians in the country. The chairman of the powerful Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee on Saturday said none of the 15 men arrested in Turkey earlier this week were Mossad agents, as alleged by Turkish media reports MK Ram Ben-Barak, a former deputy director of the Mossad intelligence agency, also suggested the Turkish government is eager to show its intelligence “achievements,” resulting in the occasional publication of false information. “None of the published names were [of] Israeli spies and therefore,…

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