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Mossad Agent Allegedly Linked To PKR, Police Told Public Not To Speculate

Mossad Agent Allegedly Linked To PKR, Police Told Public Not To Speculate

PKR stated that the husband and wife are not party members.

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PKR information chief Fahmi Fadzil has denied that a married couple – alleged to be Israeli security and intelligence (Mossad) agents – are party members.

The incumbent Lembah Pantai MP clarified that both of them are not members of any PKR branch and have no connection with the party.

He said the action of the two individuals raising the party’s flag at a ceremony in 2018 was also their own accord and had nothing to do with PKR.

I confirm that the two individuals, namely Nidarayahu Zainal and Raibafie Amdan, are not members of any PKR branch and have no connection with the party.

PKR information chief Fahmi Fadzil quashing rumours that the couple are PKR members.

Commenting further, Fahmi congratulated and thanked the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) for their quick action.

Police acted swiftly in arresting the suspect and freeing the Palestinian, who was believed to have been kidnapped on the orders of Mossad.

READ MORE: Putrajaya Probing Alleged Mossad Operation In Malaysia

Earlier, allegations spread on social media that the two arrested individuals were members of PKR and had ties to the party.

The individuals are alleged to have ties to Mossad.

The allegations drew disbelief from the public, with some believing that it was nothing more than attempts to smear PKR since the election was near.

There was no shortage of speculation as to who the husband and wife are and how they lived their lives.

Meanwhile, the Inspector General of Police, Tan Sri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani, asked the public not to speculate as it would interfere with the investigation.

He added that it would also confuse the public to the extent that it could disrupt public safety and order.

How Vulnerable Are We?

A political security analyst, Dr Abdul Razak Ahmad, said the government owes the public a thorough explanation.

Dr Abdul Razak, the Founding Director of the think-tank Bait Al Amanah, said the antics of foreign agents in Malaysia are mortifying for the public.

Dr Abdul Razak, the Founding Director of the think-tank Bait Al Amanah. (Pix: Bait Al Amanah)

He said the fact that brazen operations have been conducted on Malaysian soil, specifically in Kuala Lumpur, could have ramifications for civilians.

These events unnerved Malaysians because they have no idea how deep is foreign infiltration in Malaysia, to the point that people might fear for their lives.

Political security analyst, Dr Abdul Razak Ahmad, to TRP on the need to assure the public.

He noted that for years, the nation’s security apparatus has failed to adequately prevent foreign agents from carrying out their acts on Malaysian soil.

Dr Abdul Razak warned that such failures might embolden foreign operatives to “run the show” in Malaysia further.

READ MORE: Palestinian Islamist Movement, Hamas, Eyes Malaysia As Operations Base

What Is So Special About Mossad?

Mossad is one of the main entities in the Israeli Intelligence Community, along with Aman (military intelligence) and Shin Bet (internal security).

Mossad is responsible for intelligence collection, covert operations, and counter-terrorism.

Its director answers directly and only to the Israeli Prime Minister.

Mossad has been widely recognized as the best intelligence service in the world, although not without failures.

To work for Mossad, agents must be quick and creative thinkers with excellent interpersonal skills.

One of their main missions is to convince strangers to take actions they would not consider otherwise.

For this reason, the bungling of the recent operation in Malaysia came as a shock and surprise to many.


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