Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The spy who disliked me

Powerline analyzes the story on Israeli spying - and the spying that found the spying.
And the leak that revealed it.
Even if it wasn't direct Israeli spying on the United States, but through other parties.
Indeed, Entous reports in the seventh paragraph of his story: “Israeli officials denied spying directly on U.S. negotiators and said they received their information through other means, including close surveillance of Iranian leaders receiving the latest U.S. and European offers. European officials, particularly the French, also have been more transparent with Israel about the closed-door discussions than the Americans, Israeli and U.S. officials said.” I can’t find a single fact in Entous’s story that belies the Israeli denials.

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