Mista’aravim – The Israeli terrorists
October 23, 2009 · Leave a Comment
“We should prepare to go over to the offensive. Our aim is to smash Lebanon, Trans-Jordan, and Syria. The Weak point is Lebanon, for the Muslim regime is artificial and easy for us to undermine. We shall establish a Christian state there, and then we will smash the Arab legion, eliminate Trans-Jordan, and Syria will fall to us,” – David Ben-Gurion, the first prime minister of the Zionist entity – quoted in ‘Ben-Gurion, a Biography’ by Michael Ben-Zohar, 1948.
On October 13, Israeli legal group for the protection of country’s non-Jewish minorities, Adalah (Justic in Arabic) sent an open letter to the interior ministry complaining that Israeli undercover police officers, faking as Arabs, have been terrorising 1.3 million Arab Muslim and Christian minority under Tel Aviv’s rule.
Israeli Zionist thugs have used every trick in the crime world to create many False-Flag Operations – for which they blamed Muslims with the help of their controlled mass-media. The Israel Occupation Force (IOF) have several military intelligence and sabator cells attacked to it. The most deadly among them is Sayeret Mat’kal (The Unit), which has been involved in the assassination of anti-Zionist regime leadership both inside and outside the occupied Palestine. This unit was created in 1957 and one of its specialty is its agents work in disguise by donning Arab garbs (known in Hebrew as Mista’aravim). The former Israeli prime minister and current defense minister Ehud Barak joined the group in 1959 and became its second chief by replacing Lt. Meir Har-Zion. In 1973, Israel’s “Spring of Youth Operation” conducted by the IOF, Ehud Barak dressed as an Arab woman conducting death squad hits. Mista’aravim provocateurs camouflaged as Palestinians are still used in the West Bank and Iraq. Jane’s Foreign Report said Mossad’s Gen. Meir Dagan had advised US officials in September 2002 on how Israeli special ops could help the US war effort in Iraq. Mista’aravim methods were exemplified in Basra where British SAS troops dressed as Arabs in a vehicle loaded with explosives were seized before detonating a car bomb. According to Israeli intelligence expert Ephraim Kahana, Sayaret Matkal is modeled on Britain’s SAS. The group was involved in the assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafiq Hariri and unsuccessful attempt on Hizb’Allah leader Sheikh Nasrallah.
These Jewish saboteurs usualy infiltrate into peaceful protest rallies and incite some protesters to become violent. They played this trick during Palestinian protest at Bilin village. When some protesters started throwing rocks at the IOF soldiers – these saboteurs turned around and started shooting at the protestors. They joined the anti-Opposition (lead by Hizb’Allah) election rallies in Lebanon and were spotted at Tehran’s Green Revolution rallies against Dr. Ahmadinejad’s landslide victory in June 2009 election.
When it comes to Zionist-regime’s interests – the Israeli terrorists have not spared the American, whose government has shielded the Zionist entity for the last 60 years – pumping more than 3,000 billion dollars into Israeli bottomless pit. On December 13, 2001 – the Executive Intelligence Review reported that there is a growing suspicion among US government law and intelligencies that Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon has dispatched special operations teams into North America. On June 2, 2003 – Laura Knight-Jadczyk posted a detailed account of Israeli involvement in 9/11 – from those five Israeli ‘dancing idiots’ to Mossad’s list of 19 Muslim hijackers.
Jonathan Cook in his latest article Israeli police don Arab disguise, exposes these coward Zionist Jews.
Secret agents disguised as Arabs – known in Hebrew as “mista’aravim” – were used before Israel’s founding. Jews, usually recruited from Arab countries, went undercover in neighbouring states to collect intelligence.
Last week Jamal Zahalka, an Arab member of the parliament, warned other legislators of the danger that mista’aravim police officers would adopt similar tactics: “Such a unit will carry out provocations, in which the Arab public will be blamed for disorderly conduct.”
In his testimony to a government watchdog, the police commissioner, Insp Gen Cohen, said he had plans for the unit “to grow” and that it would solve a problem the police had in infiltrating Israel’s large Arab communities: “It’s very hard for us to work in Umm al-Fahm, it’s very hard for us to deal with crime in Juarish and Ramle.”
Comments two years ago from Yuval Diskin, the head of the Shin Bet, have raised fears about the uses the police unit may be put to. He said the security services had the right to use any means to “thwart” action, even democratic activity, by the Arab minority to reform Israel’s political system. All the Arab parties are committed to changing Israel’s status from a Jewish state to “a state of all its citizens”.