Monday, July 30, 2007

Palestinians working for the CIA

In Gaza, for over 10 years, the Palestinian organisation Fatah ran an intelligence network.

That network had been set up with the help of the CIA.

Hamas is now in control in Gaza.

Hamas say they have now uncovered remarkable intelligence information from three locations linked to Fatah strongman Mohammed Dahlan. Reportedly, Dahlan has been an important CIA ally in Gaza since at least 1996. (Hamas Victory Brings Secrets)

Hamas alleges it has discovered videos used in a sexual-blackmail operation run by friends of the CIA inside Fatah's security services.

Hamas reports that it has discovered detailed evidence of Fatah-controlled spy operations carried out in Arab and Muslim countries (such as Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates) for the benefit of the U.S. and other foreign governments.

Hamas claims that Fatah intelligence agents worked with Israeli intelligence to target Islamist leaders for assassination.



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