[cryptome] Re: The German magazine "Focus" from one institution reported

  • From: Lou Novacheck <luigibasco@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 25 Aug 2013 21:18:38 -0400

Where is the listening post in Jordan? Any info online about it that you're
aware of?  I was in Amman 1973-75.

On Sun, Aug 25, 2013 at 7:56 PM, <militarywritersassociation@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:

>   Thanks Haim, for keeping the list alive. If IDF 8200 intercepted the
> communications, the U.S. NSA/Army Listening Post in Jordan must have also
> intercepted the communications, regarding the chemical attacks.
> Ed S.
> Military Intelligence Daily
> http://militarywritersassociation.wordpress.com/
>  *From:* Haim Barak <haim357@xxxxxxxxx>
> *Sent:* Sunday, August 25, 2013 6:14 PM
> *To:* A. Aaron Weisburd <a.aaron.weisburd@xxxxxxxxx> ; Mike 
> Hulden<michael.hulden@xxxxxx>;
> cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx ; Frank Siciliano <fts67@xxxxxxx> ; Rob 
> O'Gorman<pathfinderrob@xxxxxxxxx>; Peter
> Kassebaum <cdarwin222@xxxxxxxxx> ; Paul Daly <pauldaly9044@xxxxxxxxx> ; Brad
> Fletcher <fletch2016@xxxxxxxxx>
> *Subject:* [cryptome] The German magazine "Focus" from one institution
> reported
>  Colleagues,
> The German magazine "Focus" from one institution reported that former IDF
> intelligence unit of intercepted conversations between senior Syrian
> officials, proving that the government ordered the execution of the attack
> Damascus suburbs
> Intelligence unit of the IDF 8200 Syrian leadership while listening to the
> chemical attack on the outskirts of Damascus, which is believed killed
> hundreds of people and injured thousands of other civilians as a result of
> exposure to the deadly substance. German magazine "Focus" reported
> yesterday (Saturday), as the words of Former Mossad that only members of
> the IDF Intelligence Corps intercepted conversations between top officials
> in Damascus, proving that the chemical attack was widely criticized for
> President Bashar Assad over the world, went through teaching the Syrian
> government.
> Knzrlit German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the German weekly interviewed,
> criticized China and Russia vetoed because the UN Security Council to
> launch an investigation on the use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime
> against its citizens last week. Allegedly veto prevented the two powers of
> inspectors UN to Damascus suburbs - the area where the attack occurred,
> according to German magazine claimed the lives of about 1,300 people. Today
> announced that Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moallem said his country allow
> UN inspectors to reach the area where the attack occurred on Assad's
> opponents, but in the West fear that the evidence that has been destroyed.
> British Foreign Secretary William Hague addressed the evening issue,
> saying: "We have to be realistic about the achievements of UN staff." He
> says, "may be evidence have been damaged in recent days and other evidence
> had been destroyed." Thus referred Haig claimed opposition in Syria,
> according to Syrian army bombed the area in recent days. Meanwhile,
> Syria's closest ally - Russia warned the West's military intervention in
> Syria, following a suspected chemical attack carried out by the Syrian
> army. "We call force who, using their experience to impose their views on
> the UN experts before the results were investigation, raising the
> possibility of military action in Syria to exercise discretion for the
> investigation and make tragic mistakes, "said the statement from the
> Russian Foreign Ministry. According to the message, attack Syria will be
> "devastating consequences" for security in the Middle East.
> http://rotter.net/forum/scoops1/44987.shtml
>   Regards
> --
> Haim Barak
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