Leaked film exposes secret Israeli attacks in Syria, Iran

[ 17/02/2011 – 08:15 AM ]

 

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– A leaked video shown at a private ceremony for Israel’s General Staff admits for the first time ever to the Israeli Occupation Force’s involvement in attacks on Syria and Iran.

The film was shown at an honorary farewell ceremony for former Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi and was meant to portray his accomplishments while in office.

According to Haaretz, it includes a clear-cut confession to the bombing of Deir ez Zor in Syria in September 2007 and last year’s cyber attack that crippled Iran’s nuclear program.

Israeli officials say the information could serve as a legal presumption for the Syrian government to take legal action against Israel over the attack.

In the attack in Iran, the Stuxnet computer worm developed by Israeli intelligence was used to sabotage a fifth of Iran’s nuclear centrifuges, an incident that attracted heavy media attention with Israel and the US as the prime suspects. Israel had abstained from commenting on accusations.

Sources say the Shin Bet has opened investigations to learn how the details leaked from the private ceremony where the video was shown.

Leaked film exposes secret Israeli attacks in Syria, Iran.

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