Friday, June 11, 2010

Espionage and Preplanned Violence on the Humaniterror Flotilla

YNET headlined today certain people who were on the Manmarah:

This list included:
1. A senior Hamas terrorist
2. A Syrian Intelligence Officer who is Syria's liaison to Iran

The Israeli Intelligence community is furious at Bibi for releasing these terrorists and spies, while Gilad Shalit is still in captivity.

Well, it's now also been officially disclosed that at least one (and I have to double check, but perhaps as many as 3) boat(s) had zero Humanitarian aid on board. None whatsoever. (And this was unintentionally confirmed by Al Jazeera too when they showed the ship's hold and said that all it held was food for the ship's journey).

Besides the known terrorists and spies on board, from testimony of the ship's crew it's clear that the IHH/FreeGaza had a different plan for the flotilla right from the start.

The Manmarah's Chief Officer describes how the IHH took over his ship, and the preparations they made to attack the soldiers, and the equipment they took on board to facilitate this.

I've also got another video I have to find again that also shows people on the second deck supplying and passing slingshots to the people on the top deck.

Here's the text of the interview

Statement from the Chief Officer: I was on the bridge after dark, before anything happened, the third captain and I were sent in the direction of the life boats, where there were a lot of people and a lot of noise. The captain told me something was happening down there, there are noises, go see what’s going on. There were a lot of people. I told the third captain, you are more senior than I, come with me.”
Q: When did that happen?
A: Around eight o’clock, I don’t know exactly when, but around eight. I went down the stairs with the third captain. We saw a senior person [from IHH].
Q: Who?
A: That guy.
Q: What guy?
A: That guy. Maybe the third captain knows his name.
Q: The guy from IHH?
A: Yes, from IHH.
Q: Whose name does he know? The name of the guy from IHH who cut the railings?
A: No, the third captain knows him from IHH. We [the third captain and I] went together, we saw a lot of people milling around and we asked what was going on.
Q: Did you see them cutting [the railings]?
A: They [the iron rods] were already cut. It was all over.
Q: Who did the cutting?
A: I didn’t see.
Q: Who was holding the disk?
A: The disks were lying in a corner of the stairs and the senior guy [apparently a reference to Bülent Yildirim] was next to them.
Q: The senior guy from IHH?
A: Yes.
Q: Who did the disks belong to?
A: I don’t know, they didn’t belong to the ship. We don’t have equipment like that on board. On deck there were metal poles with clips for cables, when I got there they had been cut.
Q: When did this happen?
A: When it was getting dark. I asked one of them who cut the poles, and he said he didn’t know.
Q: Was the man you asked a crew member?
A: No.
Q: Did he belong to IHH?
A: Of course.
Q: You seem to be saying that the people from IHH were in control of the ship. Did the crew need their permission to move around the ship?
A: Definitely, they [i.e. IHH operatives] didn’t let people they didn’t know move around.
Q: Did they prevent anyone they didn’t know from moving freely around the ship?
A: Yes, definitely.
Q: And was that from the first moment they went up on deck?
A: Yes, definitely.
Q: How did the IHH operatives communicate with one another?
A: When they [the IHH operatives] got on board in Istanbul they brought walkie-talkies with them. They were handed out to the IHH operatives and the crew.
Q: Did you [the crew] get them as well?
A: Yes, each one worked on a different frequency.
Q: I don’t understand, they didn’t let the passengers and crew go from one deck to another?
A: They could go anywhere except to the control center they set up on the bridge.
Q: How many IHH operatives were there on the upper deck.
A: Forty.
Q: The same forty all the time or did they change?
A: More of less the same forty.
Q: You’re referring to the group that joined the ship in Istanbul?
A: yes.

You can watch the interview here.

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Anonymous said...

there were passenger ships that were meant to carry activists....errr...ess disturbers..errrr...terrorist sympathizers and "reporters", so that there was no aid on those boats is no surprise

what is surprising is that the largest cargo ship had absolutely no aid, but a passenger list of 600, who complained of not having hot food, comfy places to sleep and stopped up toilets

forget the hamas members on the ship...the ihh and free gaza are terrorist orgs

why is the ism allowed to get away with the crap that they pull?

why isnt their founder, who got a free education of the dime of israelis not in israeli prison geting her brains spilled all over the floor?

Zendette said...

Thank you for posting this. I'm glad you provide a place to find all the truth that is often hard to see in the MSM.

The problem is that only those of us who tend to agree with you read this blog. When your posts are listed as spinoff links at LGF or similar, you get a much wider audience.

Your tweets are also a great way to get the message across. That is where I usually find your updates.


Anonymous said...

Humaniterror. I like that. How about the Trojan Flotilla?

Concerned Spectator said...
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Yonatan said...

Thank you Concerned Spectator. Why would you choose to direct your energies in this particular venue? I mean, after all, there are many places in the world where there are much, much worse things being done to others in greater numbers. If you're a palestinian, then I can understand, yet I'd be willing to bet you're not. So why this cause?

I think we both know the answer. The only difference is I'm willing to say it.

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Anonymous said...

Concerned spectator, why is it "cowardly" when Jewish children pee in their beds, but it's not when Arab kids in Gaza do it? You have a hypocritical double standard which is so typical of anti-Israel hypocrites. And the fault isn't Israel that Gaza children don't have night diapers. If their parents would stop firing missiles at Israel, then they could have all the bedwetting diapers they want in Gaza and pee till their hearts content. But then they wouldn't be able to bash Israel, would they? And that 85 percent statistic is probably a lie. And there have been many cases where "Pallywood" has encouraged Arab children to wet their pants on purpose when news reporters are nearby, to make it seem like the Israeli soldiers terrified them.

Billy Madison said...

Peeing your pants is the coolest!

Concerned Spectator said...
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Ari said...

Actually a lot of the Pals news media is fake and they do tell their kids to wet themselves on purpose.

Yonatan said...

Cowardly Zionist children in Sderot huh?

What's up Goebbels? We've been watching for your return for a while now.

You should be ashamed of yourself, but I know you won't. May your words return upon your own head.

Devorah said...

Just saying, that Al Jazeera video said nothing of the sort, that there was no humanitarian aid. They said that there was little food for the passengers. This can mean that they weren't eating the food designated for the Gaza aid.

Also, initially there were reports of 50 people with ties to Al Qaeda. How come that figure has disappeared? Israel does itself no favors by declaring untruths.

JoeSettler said...

First of all there was no humanitarian aid on that boat.

Al Jazeera said "We're here in the storage area of the ship... and as you can see there is not much more here than food for the 600 or so passengers".

"The storage area of the ship"

Did you understand those words?

So you can choose to ignore that what he says confirms what Israel says.

Furthermore, Israel is not backing off that the 50 or so people were Al Qaeda-linked mercenaries/terrorists. It unfortunately released those terrorists who weren't killed apparently due to US pressure.

Worse, among those Israel released was a senior Hamas official, as well as a senior Syrian Intelligence officer who is their liaison to Iran.

Devorah said...

True, Joe. Don't get angry at me - I'm on your side.

But he also says that there's not a threat and that they're "armed with nothing". You can't pick and choose what you like from Al Jazeera.

Here's the thing about these senior Hamas officials and Syrian intelligence officers: I want names. When you have a name, you can't have people accusing Israel of lying. Which is what's happening with this Al Qaeda debacle. Suddenly, this terrorist connection is no longer on the IDF website.

This is a battle of information. And when you have flawed information that you later retract, you look like the guilty party.

JoeSettler said...

Well as we know, they were prepared for violence, so take that as you will.

The Al Jazeera reporter mentioning the empty hold was an unintentional slip up on his part.

The name of the Hamas terrorist on board was Amin Abu-Rashid aka "Amin Abu-Ibrahim".

The name of the Syrian Intelligence agent on board was Yasser Muhammad Sabag.

Is that good enough for you?

JoeSettler said...

The connection, with a few names mentioned, is quite clearly still on the IDF Spokesperson's site.

Sammy Shomron said...


Devorah is a LW sock puppet. Don't be fooled.

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