Hundreds of former agents of the notorious Israeli spying organization, Unit 8200, have attained positions of influence in many of the world’s biggest tech companies, including Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon. Big tech, in short, is in bed with Israel’s best-worst surveillance experts…
The American who betrayed the US for Israel
3-minute video about Jonathan Pollard, a Pentagon analyst who was convicted of giving top secret information to Israel that was extremely damaging to Americans… Israel partisans in the US successfully lobbied for his release, and Israel gave him a hero’s welcome…
Jonathan Pollard says Jews ‘will always have dual loyalty’ and would counsel young Jews to consider spying for Israel
The Jewish Telegraphic agency reports thatJonathan Pollard, the convicted spy for Israel, told Israeli media: “The bottom line on this charge of dual loyalty is, I’m sorry, we’re Jews, and if we’re Jews, we will always have dual loyalty.” Pollard was paroled from his life sentence in 2015. Sheldon Adelson, the late billionaire campaign donor, provided a private plane for Pollard to fly to Israel.
New Yorker: ‘Private Mossads for Hire’ use avatars to target pro-Palestine movement
Israeli private intelligence companies Psy-Group, Black Cube, etc specialize in fake online identities known as “avatars,” some work with the neocon group Foundation for Defense of Democracies – the aim is to “destabilize and disrupt anti-Israel movements from within…”
Bill Would Force NASA Cooperation with Israel Despite History of Israeli Espionage
A bill currently before Congress would bind NASA to cooperate with Israel’s Space Agency, despite the latter’s history of espionage against the United States.
Satterfield, who leaked classified info to AIPAC, named to highest diplomatic position for Middle East
David Satterfield, a pro-Israel diplomat who provided classified information to AIPAC that resulted in espionage charges, has been named assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern Affairs…
Electronic Intifada: Is Israel spying on your smartphone?
Mexican and UAE investigative journalists and human rights defenders have had their smartphones hacked by a secretive Israeli-made system. An infected phone gives the perpetrator access to movements and location, emails, WhatsApp messages, and passwords, and can even turn on the phone’s camera and microphone.