"Netanyahu denies ASIO link to Zygier" - "an extraordinary statement". How could Bibi possibly know Zygier had no contact?
The timeline has been intentionally altered by the Israelis in order to put Zygier in custody at a time when his real offense occurred, probably in late February or early March, well after the initial police investigations in Dubai of the assassination of Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh.
"Who Is The Father Of Ben Zygier's Second Daughter?" and comments:
"Mossad, Prisoner X and Israel: for once, a conspiracy theory with a real conspiracy" Note the meticulous obfuscation in the Mossad's house organ, The Telegraph, all based on the misleading timeline (key point in red):
"Many media are saying his arrest was possibly – probably – because he had informed or was about to inform the Australian authorities that Mossad used cloned Australian passports to enable its agents to move more freely around the world, and particularly the Middle East. This is largely because of a series of undisputed and no doubt connected facts. His name as a Mossad agent had immediately prior to his arrest been leaked to an Australian journalist, who had "fronted him up". He sounded surprised, and denied it utterly. Australian investigators had talked to him, querying his repeated applications for new Australian passports under different names – Ben Zygier, Ben Alon, Ben Allen, Benjamin Burrows.The Mossad's misleading timeline was used to prove that the issue couldn't be about the Dubai assassination, and an alternative Zionist theory was planted to presumably create doubts in Iran. In fact, the real timeline supports the thesis that Zygier was the source of the information that the Australian passports were dodgy, something Dubai could not possibly have otherwise known as they were real and legitimate Australian passports.
The newspaper which fronted him up, the Sydney Morning Herald, reported that three dual nationals were being investigated over cloned passports and Mossad links. Then, around the time of his arrest, Mossad killed the Hamas gun-runner, Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, in Dubai; the agents responsible, according to Dubai police, used a total of 27 Western passports, cloned to use the original bearers' names (all Israelis) but the agents' photographs, including four Australian passports.
The first the world knew of this mass use of fake passports was when Dubai showed pictures of some of them to a press conference on February 15, so it's easy to say Zygier was arrested "after the use of cloned Australian passports was revealed by Dubai police" and draw the obvious conclusion. The only question seems to be whether he informed Dubai police or the Australian intelligence services. But here is what is wrong with that. The statement beginning "after" is wrong. The use of three Australian passports was revealed nine days later, in a subsequent press conference on February 24, the very day the Australian authorities were informed of Zygier's arrest (the fourth was revealed later still). The first batch of 11 passports shown off by Dubai police numbered 11 and included British and Irish passports but not Australian.
Moreover, the use of cloned passports was not revealed by Dubai police: when they made their amazing announcement, they were clearly unaware that the passports weren't genuine. It was only when the owners were tracked down in Israel, within hours, that that became clear. So by the time it became known that Australian passports had been used, Zygier was already arrested. By that time, too, it was already public knowledge that Mossad had been cloning passports. So it's hard to see the argument that he informed Australian intelligence about the cloning of its nationals' passports in the hit, and he didn't tell Dubai, because they seemed not to know. Also, of course, the much more obvious question: since everyone knew even before this that Mossad cloned passports, why would he need to reveal it? And would revealing such a well-known fact to a friendly intelligence agency (as Australia was viewed at the time) be counted as a "grave crime"? And would it be necessary to keep him so incommunicado, so secret, for revealing something which everyone knew about (at least after February 24)?
What we also know – or at least has been suggested, the sourcing is not clear – is that among Zygier's roles was to use front companies and his fake passports to travel to Iran (and two of the planners for the Hamas hit left by boat for Iran too, on Australian passports). There, presumably, he contacted and helped "run" Israel's network of agents, including those believed to have helped kill nuclear scientists and to install the Stuxnet virus on its nuclear-operating computer systems.
Richard Silverstein, the US-based blogger, speculates – with, as he admits, no real knowledge – that Zygier was sort of turned by Australian intelligence, who made him feel bad not that he was using dodgy Australian passports and thereby bringing disrepute on the country of his birth but rather about the use to which the passports were being put: killing people. The trouble with that theory is that it just doesn't ring true: supposing Australian intelligence was practising such moral blackmail on dual nationals working for other intelligence agencies, which doesn't sound very likely, what secrets would they have gained from him? That Mossad cloned passports (see above)? That it killed people? Australian intelligence are not stupid, and are unlikely to have been shocked.
Here is what we know of what he was charged with: it was a "grave crime" (according to his lawyer), an offence that was likely to see him ostracised by his family and his community, Mossad said. Journalists let in on the secret in return for their silence say it fully merits the gagging order imposed. This must at the least mean being in possession of some major secret and tipping off, or working for Iran, but there is no evidence that this happened and again it just seems unlikely. Zygier made a conscious choice to emigrate to Israel, to settle, to work for Mossad (presumably), knowing full well what Mossad did (sometimes kill people).
It would be a particularly dramatic change of heart for him to betray his own agents to the Iranians. If he objected on moral grounds to what he was doing, why would he not just give up and return to Australia? I suspect the secret that Israel is trying to hide is far more sensitive than its passport cloning, or even its operations in Iran (which in Israel would be covered by censorship anyway, and outside Israel would come as no great surprise). The connection to the Mabhouh investigation takes me in a different direction, to Mossad's well-known (in some Gulf circles) cooperation with Gulf intelligence agencies, including state security in the United Arab Emirates, on areas of "mutual interest" (largely, Islamist-oriented terror). Many people were puzzled that Dubai police were able to so swiftly and efficiently identify what happened in the Mabhouh hit, including showing off the 27 cloned passports. Dubai's police are of variable quality (that isn't a euphemism – bits do their job very well, bits are terrible).
But Emirati state security is a different matter, all-encompassing, western-trained, and using the latest western technology. Many people better placed than I pointed to their potential involvement in the investigation. State security, a federal organisation, is run from the big brother emirate of Abu Dhabi, and Abu Dhabi far more than Dubai hates Iran, hates Hamas, hates Dubai's reputation as a freewheeling place for money-launderers and gun-runners, and particularly after the financial crisis in which it had been forced to bail out its flashier neighbour wanted to put an end to it. Living there at the time, I always wondered whether state security might have known about the hit all along, even tipped it the wink. There are other possible Dubai/Mossad links: Israelis are not unknown in Dubai, for one thing because the emirate works closely with Tel Aviv and Antwerp on the diamond trade, of which the three cities are the main international hubs. And Dubai is also Iran's closest trading partner, a convenient base for shipping goods (and spies and bombs?) across the Gulf. There are a lot of secrets to be revealed there, and while we don't know what Zygier knew, it's quite possible he knew a lot of secrets Mossad thought worth keeping. I'm speculating, but no more than anyone else. Am I right? Well, let's see if I disappear any time soon, either in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, or Tel Aviv."
Why is this so important that Bibi has to go out of his way to misdirect us? It is not just the misuse of passports (though these revelations may put a crimp for now in their gathering and use). It is the fact that the entire Jewish state is founded on a series of false-flag operations. Ironically, the Dubai operation was not a false-flag, but from the Lavon affair up to the bombings in Thailand, India and Georgia, the bus bombing in Bulgaria, almost certainly the attack on the synagogue in Argentina, the Hariri assassination, and so, so many others, the Jews have constantly and consistently used the ruse of creating perceived illegitimacy in their rivals through blaming them for atrocities committed by the Jews themselves. Passport fraud has always been an integral part of the deception. The illegitimacy of the systematic use of false-flag attacks goes to the very root of the illegitimacy of the Jewish state.