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Mossad chief warns Iran nuclear deal will not give Tehran ‘immunity’ from Israeli action

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Mossad Director David Barnea, in his first public speech Monday warned that if Iran indicators a brand new nuclear settlement, this won’t cease Mossad from finishing up operations in Iran.

As head of Israel’s intelligence company, Barnea mentioned in a speech in Hebrew earlier than the Worldwide Institute for Counter-Terrorism that ongoing negotiations between Iran, the U.S., and different international locations are “primarily based on Iranian lies” and made clear that Israel just isn’t enjoying alongside.

“It’s important for me to emphasize we aren’t partaking on this recreation of closing the eyes. We aren’t turning away from the confirmed reality, we’re counting on details,” Barnea mentioned.

“Even when a nuclear settlement is signed, this isn’t going to convey any immunity from Mossad actions,” he added. “From this podium, as head of Mossad, I wish to make clear the Iranian regime won’t have any area for denial. The Mossad and its companions will expose and can proceed to show anybody who stands behind makes an attempt for terrorist actions.”

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Barnea went on to warn that “Iranian rulers have to concentrate on the truth that activating any power towards Israel immediately or not directly through proxy shall be met with a really hurtful motion on the land of Iran.”

Which means, he mentioned, that even when a proxy group similar to Lebanese-based Hezbollah strikes Israel, the response could be directed at Iran, not Lebanon.

Whereas a deal gave the impression to be nearing fruition, it could be a while earlier than something is finalized. A senior Israeli official advised Israeli diplomatic correspondents yesterday that “at this level, it seems that the settlement with Iran won’t be signed till no less than after the midterm elections in the US on November 8.”

When a deal is made, Barnea warned, Iran will seemingly ramp up its aggression within the Center East.

“The Iranian regime is attempting to be cautious within the midst of talks on the nuclear settlement, and we are able to solely assume what is going to occur after there’s no political strain,” he mentioned.

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Barnea returned from the U.S. over the weekend after assembly with American officers relating to the attainable settlement. Within the conferences, he mentioned, he offered the implications of signing the deal, which would come with $90 billion Iran would achieve within the first yr and extra yearly after that, which he warned could be used to fund Iran’s terror proxies.

The Mossad chief acknowledged Monday that Israel has not too long ago foiled “dozens of terrorist assaults overseas” that focused Jewish and Israeli people in Cyprus, Turkey, Colombia, and “many different locations.” The would-be assailants had been caught in possession of “the technique of killing.” 

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A plot in Turkey was stopped on the final second, Barnea recalled.

“We had been nearly to see a hurt executed to our individuals,” he mentioned. “Due to high-quality intelligence … we managed to thwart imminent terrorist assaults only a second earlier than the set off was pushed.” Barnea additionally thanked the cooperation of Turkish authorities and different Israeli businesses.

Fox Information’s Yonat Frilling contributed to this report.

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