The Times: Britain forges closer links with Mossad

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http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/middle_east/article3867880.ece

THE head of MI6, Sir John Scarlett, is to visit Israel later this month as Britain forges closer links with Mossad, the Israeli intelligence service.

Iran’s nuclear programme is expected to be high on the agenda in an intelligence-sharing process described by Israeli officials as a “strategic dialogue”. It is building on long-standing cooperation between MI6 and Mossad, both of which have extensive spy networks in the Middle East.
 
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Sergey, do you ever actually comment on your links initially, or do you just push them out here to find out what we think?

In my opinion you should be awarded the oxygen thief tag mate.
 
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Krazy_Ivan said:
Sergey, do you ever actually comment on your links initially, or do you just push them out here to find out what we think?

In my opinion you should be awarded the oxygen thief tag mate.
Sergey is a good lad- leave him be.
I've never noticed you before though.

You started a thread similarly so wind it in

LINK
 
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Krazy_Ivan said:
Sergey, do you ever actually comment on your links initially, or do you just push them out here to find out what we think?

In my opinion you should be awarded the oxygen thief tag mate.
Fair sir, as a devoted friend of Israel your obedient servant extremely pleased by the process of forgery of close links between Great Britain and Mossad.
 
#8
perhaps someone could clarify,
we (the british as well as our allies) helped the israelis in the 40's and 50's(grandad served there),

but frankly im not 100% sure of our motivation at the time,
now it could be argued that it would a good idea to have allies in the middle east (to address the issue of debate)

p.s. "KGB_resident" are you actually KGB? i wouldnt think youd advertise it... or if you cant awnser that then dont.
 
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All for it - Mossad seem to be on top of things in the region generally and aren't afraid to split heads when they need to. Good on em.
 
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Aye good move, Israelis are good people internationally(minus the militias before you start) and they dont give a fcuk if it gets the job done, we need to be making friends with other small poweful countries IMO.

Cal
 
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Carcass said:
All for it - Mossad seem to be on top of things in the region generally and aren't afraid to split heads when they need to. Good on em.
i understand your point, and it is nice to see "results", but what should be considered is that israel and its enemies are in the middle of a "holy war" strictly speaking it would be dangerous for us to take sides (although thats already too late),

what is happening (i presume) is that government is (and has) been siding with those who are the least threat to us,

i doubt a peacful conclusion will ever be reached; and its a shame...
 
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fusil89 said:
"KGB_resident" are you actually KGB? i wouldnt think youd advertise it... or if you cant awnser that then dont.
Me? No, personally I don't have any links to the KGB. However my dad is a former colonel of KGB and my wife is a former lieutenant of KGB.
 
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OK...should i be found dead its because i asked too many questions...

only kidding, but i doubt youd admit if you were anyway.

let us say no more on the subject before the above takes place.
 
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Domovoy said:
fusil89, too late! :D
regarding what?
my comments on israel,
or my conversation with KGB resident?

if its the second option im pretty sure im not dead...am I? :cry:
 
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fusil89 said:
perhaps someone could clarify,
we (the british as well as our allies) helped the israelis in the 40's and 50's(grandad served there),

.
Didn't the Israelis (or whatever they were called at the time) murder British soldiers up until 1948?
 
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stacker1 said:
fusil89 said:
perhaps someone could clarify,
we (the british as well as our allies) helped the israelis in the 40's and 50's(grandad served there),

.
Did the Israelis (or whatever they were called at the time) murder British soldiers up until 1948?
i dont know, im not even sure on the years, but it must have been the 50's then judging by my grandfathers age, i never want to ask many specifics from him...he had a hard time of it, he saw things he didnt like, lets leave it at that.

i put the 40's in there to be safe, due to my lack of knowledge on the subject. i could just research it. but i often find some very well informed chaps here so...
 
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As an aside, on a recent battlefield tour of Arnhem we were lucky enough to have a veteran along. He told us of the boys who liberated the Jews at Belsen went on to be targetted (sometimes brutally) by the Israelis seeking independence in 1948.
Ironic really.
 

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stacker1 said:
fusil89 said:
perhaps someone could clarify,
we (the british as well as our allies) helped the israelis in the 40's and 50's(grandad served there),

.
Didn't the Israelis (or whatever they were called at the time) murder British soldiers up until 1948?
Yep. They bombed the hotel that was being used as the British HQ. Can't remember which city it was in though. It seems kindo of ironic that it was the jewish settlers (pre- israeli declaration of statehood) that were the ones killing our boys in green yet we supported them post declaration, and the formation of the state of Israel is one of primary causes of the rise in radical islamic organisations.

Guess the politicians realy HAVE been sh1tting on the armed forces all along. They even planned this one decades in advance...
 

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