‘Uri Geller used mind powers to aid Mossad’

By Bernard Josephs, June 19, 2013

Celebrity psychic Uri Geller, famous for his spoon-bending and mind-reading antics, was a secret agent for the CIA according to a film to be screened by the BBC this autumn.

Entitled The Secret life of Uri Geller – Psychic Spy?, the documentary claims that Mr Geller used his telepathic and psychic powers in a number of key CIA operations during the Cold War.


Mossad director meets Turkish intelligence chief

By Zoe Winograd, June 12, 2013

The head of Israel’s secret service met Turkish officials in Ankara on Monday.

Mossad director Tamir Pardo had a meeting with Hakan Fidan of the Turkish intelligence agency.

According to sources, the two discussed the Iranian nuclear programme, threats from Syria and greater intelligence co-operation between Israel and Turkey, as well as the current protests in Turkey.


Prisoner X ‘scuppered Mossad plan’

By Dan Goldberg, May 9, 2013

Ben Zygier, the Australian-born Mossad agent known as Prisoner X, unwittingly scuppered an operation to repatriate the bodies of three Israeli soldiers missing in Lebanon for three decades, according to an ABC report.


Want to work for Mossad? Just click here

By Zoe Winograd, April 19, 2013

Mossad has started an online campaign to recruit agents.

Those interested in applying to be a spy can now fill out an online form. In the past, Mossad would find agents through word-of-mouth and recommendations from elite military units.

According to the application form, required qualities include fluency in Arabic and Farsi and experience in Israeli military intelligence units.


Suicide Mossad man leaked to Hizbollah

By Dan Goldberg, March 28, 2013

An Australian-Israeli who worked as a Mossad agent before hanging himself in a Tel Aviv prison unwittingly caused the arrest of two Hizbollah supporters who had been spying for Israel, according to Der Spiegel.


Former spies discuss Israel, Iran and Middle East at Zionist Federation dinner

By Marcus Dysch, March 14, 2013

Israel faces a series of extreme challenges in the changing Middle East but can overcome the threat of a nuclear Iran, former intelligence chiefs have claimed.

Efraim Halevy, former Mossad director and ex-chief of Israel’s National Security Council, and Sir Richard Dearlove, former head of MI6, discussed a wide range of issues affecting the region at the Zionist Federation annual dinner.


‘Dual loyalty’ charge over Prisoner X

By Dan Goldberg and Anshell Pfeffer, February 21, 2013

The explosive revelations surrounding the apparent suicide of a Melbourne-born man in a maximum-security Israeli jail has gripped Australian Jewry since Ben Zygier was identified last week as the elusive “Prisoner X” by an ABC investigation.


Prisoner X jail staff face criminal charges

By Sandy Rashty, February 20, 2013

Prison staff who were allegedly responsible for “Prisoner X” may face criminal charges for negligence following the revelation that the alleged Australian Mossad agent committed suicide in an Israeli jail in 2010.

Four employees of Ayalon prison, two officers and two guards, may be charged following the release of a government report on Tuesday into 34-year-old Ben Zygier’s death.


Mystery as Israel seeks gag on ‘Mossad’ suicide

By Dan Goldberg, February 14, 2013

Israel’s mysterious “Prisoner X”, who hung himself in suspicious circumstances in Ayalon Prison in 2010, has been revealed as a Jewish man from Melbourne, according to the explosive findings of a television investigation.


Mossad man at the Daily Mail

By Sandy Rashty, December 21, 2012

Board of Deputies vice-president Alex Brummer has made the shortlist for Polemic of the Year in the Paddy Power and Total Politics Political Awards for his book, Britain for Sale, about foreign takeovers of British companies.

The JC understands that Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre occasionally calls Mr Brummer his “Mossad agent” in odd attempts at affection.