Mossad’s Intel On The Iran Talks


The argument between the American administration and the Israeli government about the nuclear deal with Iran has become even more acerbic after a number of reports saying Israel has been running streamlined espionage operations, including the use of a sophisticated computer virus, to spy on the American representatives in the talks with Iran in Europe, and on the talks themselves.

Would the intelligence so acquired, if it could be shown to the public, reveal that the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s virulent opposition to the pact with Iran is justified or not?

Over the last month, sources inside the Israeli intelligence community agreed, upon my request, to show me parts of the information that has been gathered about the diplomatic dialogue with Iran.

A summery of my reading of that intelligence was just published by Tablet Magazine: