American Website Reveals Secret Links between Saudi Minister Jubeir, Mossad

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – A leading American website has revealed secret links between Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir and Mossad, the Israeli spy agency.

American Website Reveals Secret Links between Saudi Minister Jubeir, Mossad

Following remarks by Tzipi Livni, former Foreign Minister of Israel, rebuking Mossad for Adel al-Jubeir's dismissal, I became fascinated by the issue, which has been consuming much of my time over the past month, Jemma Buckley said in an article on The Odyssey Online that she had begun to collect information about Jubeir’s relations with Mossad.

She added, “After several weeks of reading and searching the Internet, I was able to reach Philip Giraldi, former CIA officer, for an interview and additional information. I was amazed by the significance of what he was disclosing, and astonished for both hearing and having a lead on an actual intelligence case. The more I asked, the more horizons were found on the case. I felt lucky and proud for having the most controversial intelligence news scoop of the past 10 years.”

Giraldi was especially helpful in revealing how Mossad made its first contact with Adel al-Jubeir. With the help of several prominent authors, we are investigating and collecting more information for an in-depth investigation into al-Jabir's life and secret relations to Mossad. The team is working hard to complete the article ASAP, Buckley said.

Jubeir cooperated with Mossad after being entangled in a web of affection for Kay and heavy financial debts to a number of Jewish businessmen in the US, the report said.

Ordered by Mossad, Kay began to drift from her relationship with Jubeir. “Evidence shows that his activities in the US Saudi embassy were fully controlled by the Mossad agent,” the report said.

Buckley, along with several prominent authors, is working on “an in-depth investigation into al-Jubeir's life and secret relations to Mossad.”

“Collecting this sort of information entails traveling back and forth between Saudi Arabia and Tel Aviv; interviewing retired Mossad experts and gathering field data may be dangerous, and I am starting to sense serious security threats,” she noted.

Buckley said more gathered information “will be published in the form of a book after the completion of the investigations.”

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