Report: $1,000 per photo for ‘Israeli spy in Sinai’


Egyptian security source says ‘spy for Israel’ tried to attain missiles used by Hamas to attack Jewish state; ‘spy network’ discovered a few days after Grad rockets fired from Sinai on Eilat

ed note–why would Israel want missiles that Hamas used, unless of course so that Israel could launch the missiles against herself in another false flag event to justify another Judaic bloodbath in Gaza.

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An Egyptian security source relayed on Wednesday to the Palestinian Maan news agency new details which he claims surfaced in the interrogation of the man arrested a few days ago in the Sinai Peninsula. The man allegedly stood at the head of a spy network, working in Israel’s favor there.

The source said that the accused is a 35-year-old Bedouin who admitted in his interrogation to passing along military, political and economic information to the Mossad.

The source told the Palestinian news agency that the information the man supplied revolved around protests that occurred in Egypt. In addition he was expected to attain missiles of the kind used by Hamas against Israel.

According to this source, the man lives in Rafah and receives $300 in exchange for each piece of information he passes and $1,000 for every important picture. Information on the movement and equipment of the Egyptian army in Sinai is reportedly given the highest prority.

Last Sunday, Major-General Samih Ahmad Bashadi, head of security in northern Sinai confirmed the reports according to which a spy network that operated in the area for Israel was discovered. On the same day, the Egyptian governmental newspaper al-Akhbar reported that this is a network that was revealed by the Egyptian security and included eight Egyptian and Palestinian citizens.

The same report claimed that the search for the man took four months, as he moved between Cairo and north Sinai. The report also said that the main defendant was confirmed by recordings of a phone conversation he held with Egyptian figures and with Mossad sources.

The network was discovered a few days after Grad rockets were fired from Sinai at Eilat. Hours after the firing, the Salafi extremist group that operates in the Gaza Strip and in Sinai, the Mujahideen Shura Council of Jerusalem, released footage of the rocket fire.

On Thursday, Egypt will celebrate the “anniversary of the liberation of Sinai” in which the Egyptians commemorate the withdrawal of the last Israeli soldier from the Sinai Peninsula.

  1. #1 by annebeck58 on April 24, 2013 - 5:26 pm

    Exactly as we suspected.
    How many times do we need to say, “It IS Israelis firing those rockets into their ‘own’ land, on their own people”, before people start to believe it?

    Is anyone, at ALL, surprised??

  2. #2 by 1bigcree Shadowhawk on April 24, 2013 - 6:21 pm

    All too expected are the usual suspects i.e. ‘Salafists’ and ‘Wahabists’.
    Tsk, tsk ‘ israel’ you just copy & paste like a bunch of second rate Conspirators. Oh but I forgot You ARE a bunch of second rate Conspirators. This is sooo transparent it bores me to tears.

    The Saudi ‘Royals’ are actually and have been working with their Zionist Co-Conspirators for generations. Their history includes more than a few crypto Jews in their lineage. Once one figures this into the equation its child’s play.

  3. #3 by 1bigcree Shadowhawk on April 24, 2013 - 6:28 pm

    Read here about the true origins of the Saudi Royal Family!

    http://www.truedemocracy.net/hj33/08.html

  4. #4 by Luciana on April 24, 2013 - 7:47 pm

    Wow! Thanks Shadowhawk! The Editor’s Note’s speaks for itself, and I agree with everyone’s comments.

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