Skip to comments.Report: Israeli killed in New Zealand earthquake was Mossad agent
Posted on 07/19/2011 5:36:00 PM PDT by BlackVeil
Authorities have launched an investigation into what a senior security official called "suspicious activities of several groups of Israelis during and immediately after the earthquake."
The report claims Israel's reaction to the casualties and missing Israeli citizens was unprecedented. ... The report also claims that Israeli ambassador Shemi Tzur , who is posted in the capital Wellington, immediately ordered plane tickets to Christchurch. Furthermore, Home Front Defense Minister Matan Vilnai also left immediately for the disaster-struck city.
(Excerpt) Read more at haaretz.com ...
>>What is it about Israelis and Kiwi passports? <<
Obviously, when you mix them you get earthquakes.
The JOOOOOOS must have caused the earthquake!
(what is this lunacy?)
Not caused the earthquake - have been in the wrong place at the wrong time. It is suspected that some of the “rescue teams” were trying to remove evidence of spying. The evidence presented in that article is circumstantial, but has weight.
The Israeli who died in the earthquake is said to have had five different passports.
Proverbs 11;14 .... Be’koach !
We found the ark. Earthquakes are no problem.
>>We found the ark. Earthquakes are no problem.<<
OTOH, face melting is always a potential problem... Well, for the bad guys anyway...
Well - I’m sure glad the Israeli’s are our friends so they don’t spy on US! /s (And I hope they feel the same way about us! /s)
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
When they weren’t spying they stoned dogs to death.
[I shouldn’t need a sracasm tag for that statement, but I’m too tired to argue with idiots.]
That dog story turned out to be completely bogus.
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