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by Michael A. Hoffman II ©1997 All Rights Reserved
Canada has lately become the fiefdom of the Belzbergs and the Bronfmans, billionaire Zionist furniture and liquor merchants who have been able to mold Canadian intelligence and the legislature to their imprint. Anti-Zionist books and tapes are seized by Canadian customs and destroyed. I ought to know. This writer's book, "The Great Holocaust Trial" is banned in Canada.
Journalists like Doug Collins and publishers such as Ernst Zündel are routinely put on trial, sometimes--in Mr. Zündel's case--almost perpetually. Libertarian attorneys like British Columbia barrister Doug Chritie must constantly fight for their right to represent dissidents. Pro-Jewish Red and anarchist terrorists in Canada, as documented by Mr. Zündel's research team, are immune from prosecution.
Now information has come to the fore suggesting that the Mossad, (the Israeli secret service), has had assistance from the government of Canada in the attempted murder of an Arab man in Jordan.
Norman Spector, Canada's former ambassador to Israel, recently stated that Ottawa might have cooperated with Mossad in providing false passports to Israeli agents for use in the murder attempt.
Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Lloyd Axworthy said the passports were forged. Supposedly Ottawa is "too clean" to plot murder but they have consistently protected two anarchist activists who sent a pipe bomb to Ernst Zündel in Toronto and they have refused to adequately investigate the arson which destroyed Zündel's Victorian home and office in 1995.
One of the names on the passports -- Shawn Kendall -- is that of a Canadian who works for a Jewish charity in Tel Aviv. Kendall claims to have been "trapped in an unfortunate situation."
The Israelis have used forged Canadian documents for assassination operations before.
Spector, the publisher of The Jerusalem Post, went further and also stated that Canadian intelligence services may have been helping the Mossad in the attack on Hamas activist Khaled Meshal in Jordan last week.
Mr. Spector told CBC-TV News that Canadian intelligence authorities "co-operate regularly with the Mossad" and have an agent in Tel Aviv.
He said it was also important to remember that Prime Minister Jean Chretien promised last year at a summit meeting on the Middle East, to "counter Hamas..."
Former Mossad agent Victor Ostrovsky said that while serving with Mossad he saw many genuine Canadian passports that may have been "donated" to the Israeli government by Jewish-Canadians.
Canadian passports were favored for Mossad operations because Ottawa would not take a hard line with Israel if a passport operation was blown, Mr. Ostrovsky said.
A Mossad agent carried a Canadian passport when she helped murder a Moroccan in Norway in 1973, in an Israeli assassination that was intended for a Palestinian.
On Sept. 25 , 1997 two Jews carrying Canadian passports were captured by the bodyguards of Khaled Meshal, an activist with Hamas. Mr. Meshal had been attacked with a high tech device that Jordanian authorities believe was intended to poison him.
Meshal said he had been "hit by an electric shock" when the attempt on his life was made in Amman.
He said he had just got out of his car to enter his office Sept. 25 at 10:15 a.m., when he was attacked by two people. He said: "They looked like foreigners, not Arabs. From our experience, they looked like Israeli Jews. They used a newly developed device, which I did not see, but my escort saw.
"I was hit next to my left ear. At that moment I realised there was an assassination attempt without resorting to gunshots. I felt a ringing in my left ear. I had shivers, and something that felt like an electric shock running through my body."
One of Mr Meshal's two bodyguards chased the would-be assassins, who fled in a rental car. The Jews, posing as Canadian tourists, were eventually cornered and, after a street brawl, captured by the Jordanian police.
Mr Meshal was driven to a hospital: "I was throwing up and lost my sense of balance," he said. Doctors placed him on a ventilator to ease his breathing problems. "Whether it was an electrocution, or poisoning, is still unclear," he added.
Mr Meshal declined to confirm Jordanian reports that he was eventually treated with an antidote obtained by King Hussein from the Israelis. He declared: "God is the one who saved me. He who believes in God, in His cause and His truth is capable of standing up to the greatest power."
Mr Meshal, 41, a father of seven, is an obscure figure in the Hamas movement. He became more active in Hamas after the arrest of his friend, Mousa Abu Marzouk, on order of Bill Clinton in the U.S. in 1996.
Commenting on Mossad's failure, he said: "The Mossad.. is made up of people who do not have right on their side and lack the will to succeed. The Mossad infrastructure is breaking apart..."
He said the reason for Hamas's success was that "our young people are ready to die, while the Mossad agents run away from death. I can die. But if I die it is an honor. It is martyrdom."
(At first, few people took seriously Hamas' claim that Mossad tried to kill Mr Meshal. The U.S. news media, especially the Zionist-controlled N.Y. Times, have downplayed the story [as of Oct. 4, 1997], although they will undoubtedly be forced to report it at greater length in the days ahead, so that they can put their spin on it and exculpate the Israelis of state terrorism. Indeed, on the night of Sept. 28 Netanyahu himself had secretly come to Amman , three days after the Mossad assassination attempt, with aides Yitzhak Mordechai and war criminal Ariel Sharon. King Hussein refused to meet with Netanyahu, and sent Crown Prince Hassan instead. Sharon subsequently returned to seal the exchange of Hamas founder Sheik Yassin for the captured Mossad agents, thus sparing the Israelis the international embarrassment of a trial of two Jewish assassins ).
After their arrest, the two Mossad agents refused Canadian consular assistance. A third Jew, believed to be an accomplice, was not apprehended. He, too, had a Canadian passport when he checked into a hotel in the Jordanian capital.
The Jordanian police say the Canadian passports were in the names of Shawn Kendall, 28, and Barry Beads, 36.
The new diplomatic furore threatened to revive a bitter dispute over Mossad men using false Canadian documents prompted by the publication in 1990 of the memoirs of the Canadian-born Ostrovsky, which the Israelis tried to get banned in Canada and the U.S. (In America a Jewish judge interdicted the book until overruled by a higher New York appeals court).
In "By Way of Deception," the former Israeli agent spoke of seeing a large number of blank Canadian passports in a Mossad "factory". Mr Ostrovsky wrote: "I saw a large batch of Canadian passports. .. It looked like an entire shipment. There were over 1,000 of them."
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