25 November 2009


"The crazy thing is that we are profiling people racially, ethnically and even on religious grounds ... This is what we do."

Pissed off Israeli spy spills the beans on racial profiling, weapons smuggling AND his "undercover" Shin Bet work. A veritable pu pu platter of Zionist illegality operating in a foreign country. And now he’s been deported from South Africa, and three cheers for South Africa.

Jonathan Garb works for El Al airlines (Israel’s airline) and was approached to work for Shin Bet, which, according to the Spy Guy, he says most of the Israeli Airline Security does work for Shin Bet. And moreover, South Africa has investigated links to weapons smuggling within El Al Airlines. So why is he spilling the beans now? Money, they cheated him and so he’s talking up a storm.
South Africa has deported an Israeli airline official following allegations that Israel's secret police, Shin Bet, have been operating in Johannesburg's international airport.

The official was employed by the Israeli embassy in South Africa and had a diplomatic passport, Israel's Ynet news reported on its website.

The deportation stemmed from an investigation by local television news show, Carte Blanche, into Jonathan Garb, a former El Al Israeli airline guard,

'Secret police recruit'

Garb, a South African Jew, said he was recruited by Shin Bet, Israel's secret police. "To members of the public they [El Al employees] will represent themselves as airport security ... But in fact we were working for the Israeli security agency, which is the internal security service of the government of Israel," Garb said.

"What we are trained [for] is to look for the immediate threat - the Muslim guy.

"You can think he is a suicide bomber, he is collecting information.

"The crazy thing is that we are profiling people racially, ethnically and even on religious grounds ... This is what we do."

Following up Garb's claims, the programme sent an investigator of Arab origin with a hidden camera to El Al's security area at the airport.

The report showed the man being stopped and questioned by a security guard.
When the reporter protested that he was not flying but waiting for a friend, a security manager from El Al arrived to further question him. SEE THE VIDEO HERE

Embassy-registered weapons

Carte Blanche's report revealed that former staff had accused El Al of smuggling weapons licensed to the local Israeli embassy, into the airport for use by the guards.

People guards deemed as suspicious could be held in a room out of public view, where they were interrogated and subjected to strip searches while their luggage was taken apart, the report showed.

Clandestine searches of their belongings and laptops are also carried out to identify useful documents and information, Garb said.

These actions violate South African law, which only authorises the police, armed forces or personnel hired by the transport ministry to carry out searches.
South Africa has threatened to deport all of El Al's security staff
, while the Israeli foreign ministry has purportedly sent a team to South Africa to try to answer the South African government's concerns.

Yossi Levy, a spokesman for Israel's foreign ministry, said "the ministry cannot comment on security matters", but flights from South Africa to Israel were not at risk of being cancelled as a result of the diplomatic crisis, Ynet news reported.
Garb said: "This here is a secret service operating above the law in South Africa.

"We pull the wool over everyone's eyes. We do exactly what we want. The local authorities do not know what we are doing." LINK


Anonymous said...

discovered your blog searching "boat mystery." and thanks, by the way, for clearing the air about the ship loaded with alleged "Iranian arms." none of this is reported in America (including a recent rash of evictions in East Jerusalem): "boat of Iranian weapons" gets frontpage coverage while the retraction doesn't even merit a paragraph tucked away on A10. amazing.

Irish4Palestine said...


Many thanks you are very welcome here. Yeah I agree, this is getting no media coverage at all. And to think that weapons were being smuggled from the Israeli Embassy into El Al Airlines security illegally AND the Airlines were working for Shin Bet instruced to practice racial profiling, truly amazing, all of it!

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