Turkey Exposes Mossad Network, Revealing Dozens of Agents Involved”

On July 3, 2023, the Turkish Intelligence Agency (MIT) announced that it had exposed a large intelligence network of the Israeli foreign intelligence service, Mossad. The network reportedly included dozens of operatives, and was described as a “ghost” network. The exposure of the network was the result of months of surveillance, according to Turkish media. Seven Mossad agents were reportedly detained by Turkey.

The alleged purpose of the Mossad network in Turkey is not entirely clear. However, according to Turkish media reports, the network was involved in spying on non-Turkish nationals in the country on behalf of the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad. The network was reportedly made up of dozens of operatives, and all communication between Mossad agents in Turkey and abroad was done through single-use mobile phone lines owned by fake persons in Spain. In May 2023, Turkish intelligence claimed to have uncovered a spy network linked to the Mossad, which allegedly operated within Turkey and consisted of 15 individuals.

The investigation led to the arrest of 11 members, who reportedly were trained in Israel and sent to Turkey with the aim of establishing a company involved in trading with Iran. Reports suggest the head of the spy network operating in Turkey received direct instructions from Mossad operatives. The head of the network engaged in face-to-face meetings with Mossad officials in various European countries, according to reports. These meetings included several tests administered by the operatives to assess his capabilities. The report suggests that, after the fifth meeting, the Mossad approached the head of the network with an offer to serve as a spy

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