Israeli spy agency Mossad threatens officials and families of the International Criminal Court

Edited by Ed Newman
2024-06-12 21:28:29


The Hague, June 13 (RHC)--  Reports from The Hague say that the Zionist spy agency Mossad operates like a mafia style enterprise to such an extent that even the International Criminal Court isn't immune to its intimidation tactics; with ICC officials and their families being threatened by Mossad.

Zionist intelligence agencies launched a war on the International Criminal Court in January 2015.  This was when it was confirmed that Palestine would join the court after it was recognized as a state by the UN General Assembly.

Yossi Cohen has threatened Fatou Bensouda, a chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC).  Israel's intelligence agencies have routinely surveilled the current ICC chief prosecutor, Karim Khan, his predecessor, Fatou Bensouda, and dozens of other ICC and UN officials.

Israeli intelligence also monitored materials that the Palestinian Authority submitted to the prosecutor's office and surveilled employees at four Palestinian human rights organizations. These submissions are central to the probe.

Multiple agencies, including Mossad, the Shin Bet, and the National Security Council, were involved in addition to the occupation military.  Israel's ministry of strategic affairs under Gilad Erdan was involved in the surveillance of Palestinian human rights organizations that were submitting reports to the ICC.

It is reported that the names of around 60 people who were under surveillance were written on a whiteboard, half of them Palestinians and half from other countries, including UN officials, and ICC personnel.

Mossad, the foreign intelligence agency of the Zionist colony, was involved in attempting to recruit senior ICC officials.  The former head of Mossad, Yossi Cohen, allegedly threatened the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in a series of secret meetings, in which he tried to pressure her into abandoning a war crimes investigation.

Cohen's covert contacts with the then ICC prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, took place in the period leading up to her decision to open a formal investigation into alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity in Palestine.

Cohen is said to have told her: "You should help us and let us take care of you.  You don't want to be getting into things that could compromise your security or that of your family."

Mossad also took a keen interest in Bensouda's family members, and obtained transcripts of secret recordings of her husband.  Regime officials then attempted to use the material to discredit the prosecutor.

Cohen met with Bensouda on a number of occasions, including ambushing her during a meeting with Joseph Kabila, the then president of the Democratic Republic of Congo.  It appears Kabila was a Mossad agent of influence.

Mossad also targeted Bensouda's successor, the current chief prosecutor, Karim Khan.  The ICC confirmed there had been several forms of threats and communications that could be viewed as attempts to unduly influence its activities.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is said to have taken a keen interest in the operation, even sending intelligence teams instructions and areas of interest regarding their monitoring of ICC officials.

One source stressed that Netanyahu was "obsessed, obsessed, obsessed with finding out what materials the ICC was receiving."



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