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Largest Spy Hub Uncovered in Israel

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    Ehud JF-Expert Member

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    TEHRAN (FNA)- A huge spy facility in a little known town in Negev desert was uncovered by investigative journalists that was used by Israel for monitoring phone calls and e-mails from all cross the Middle-East and beyond.




    The Russia Today network said in a recent report that the facilities were Israel's "big ears" and hidden from prying eyes for decades in the desert.

    Nicky Hager, an investigative journalist said about the facilities, "This is the largest or largest equal spying facility that I've ever seen on earth. No one has ever talked about or understood that there could be something of this scale in Israel."

    "It's simply never been on the map. It's never been seen," Hager added.

    Duncan Campbell, another investigative journalist said, "They (dishes in the spy hub) take everything passing over the satellites."

    "The system simply doesn't discriminate. Everybody listens to everything".

    The development came after several security officials in the Middle-East had warned about Israel's growing spying operations in the region.

    A retired Lebanese General laid much emphasis on the recent discovery of spy networks and espionage devices in Lebanon and Egypt, and cautioned about the Zionist regime's spying operations in the Arab countries of the region.

    "The discovery of Israel's espionage networks in Lebanon gave this lesson to all Arab countries that their national security is endangered by the Zionist regime's spying activities," Amin Hatit told FNA last month.

    Pointing to the dismantlement of several espionage devices in Lebanon and the capture of three Israeli spies, he reiterated that such events made the Arab countries, even those which sought normalization of relations with Israel, keep vigilant against the spying activities of the regime and review their bilateral ties with Israel.

    Lebanese sources announced at the time that the country's security officials have dismantled several espionage devices in the area of Tawmat Niha in the Shouf Mountains and arrested three Israeli spies.

    The Al Nahar daily reported that the army dismantled the equipment in cooperation with Hezbollah.

    Other media reports said the newly discovered devices allow Israel to monitor the Bekaa valley and coastal areas from Sidon all the way to Jbeil.

    Earlier in December 2010, the Lebanese army said it had dismantled two espionage devices that Israel had placed on top of Mount Sannine, Northeast of Beirut, and the Barouk Mountain, East of the capital.

    Also in December, Hezbollah said that it had discovered an Israeli device spying on its private telecommunications network.

    The device exploded, apparently detonated remotely by the Israelis, when it was found near the village of Majdel Silim, about 8 kilometers from the border with Israel, Hezbollah said in a statement.

    The Lebanese military also reported the find and the explosion, saying two people working in a truck nearby were injured in the blast. It too said in a statement the device was intended to spy on the network.

    "Telecom technicians of the resistance (Hezbollah) managed to discover a spying device the enemy had planted in Wadi al-Qaysiyya. The enemy detonated its devices as a result of the discovery," a statement released by the Hezbollah media relations department said.

    "This technical espionage by the enemy is part of the persistent Israeli violations of the national telecom network with the aim of infiltrating and controlling it, which represents a breach of sovereignty and an attempt at violating the security and safety of the Lebanese," the statement added.

    A member of the Lebanese resistance group, Hezbollah, described the discovery as a heavy blow to the regime, considering that Tel Aviv always boasts of its military and spying equipment.

    "Detection of the Zionist regime's spying device in Lebanon hit a heavy blow to the regime's intelligence body," Khezr Noureddin told FNA.

    "I think that the Zionist regime's spying devices and systems which have not yet been discovered are in danger now since Israel can no more trust the information obtained via these systems," he added.

    Fars News Agency :: Largest Spy Hub Uncovered in Israel
     
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