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October 16, 1987 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-16

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and expert on the Middle
East who was killed in the
April 1983 bombing of the
U.S. embassy in Beirut, had
"been the first to make a real
penetration into the PLO for
the CIA?'
In the 1970s while assigned
to the CIA station in Beirut,
Ames, the book adds, per-
sonally recruited Ali Hassan
Salameh, the security chief to
PLO Chairman Yasser
Arafat, code-named "the Red
Prince" by Israeli
intelligence.
It was Salameh who was
responsible for planning the
massacre of Israeli sportsmen
at the 1972 Munich Olym-
pics. Salameh, the book says,
was believed to have been
killed by the Mossad in a
1979 car bombing.
According to the book,
Casey established a special
relationship with the head of
Israeli military intelligence,
Major General Yehosinia
Saguy. "Saguy understood
the West, Casey felt Saguy
could be trusted, and they
agreed that if there ever was
a need for something special
they would deal directly with
each other," according to
Woodward.
Israeli-related
Other
disclosures contained in the
book:
— Jonathan Jay Pollard,
the former intelligence
analyst for the U.S. Navy who
is currently serving a life
sentence for spying for Israel,
had "for years, claimed to
casual acquaintances, in
eluding a senior deputy in the
[naval intelligence] service,
that he worked for the Mos-
sad, but no one had believed
him or raised questions!' The
book says Israel had been "so
plugged into U.S. intelligence
publications" that it "provid-
ed Pollard with lists of Na-
tional Intelligence Estimates
on which they wanted the up-
dates!' Pollard, it adds, had
"claimed to the Israeli's that
he could gain almost unlim-
ited access to the Navy coma
puters; though no absolute
evidence was developed that
this was true, the contents of
the Navy computers to which
he had access had to be con-
sidered-compromised in their
entirety."
— Casey joined then Secre-
tary of State Alexander Haig
in siding with Israeli Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon's posi-
tion that Israel and the U.S.
should provide financial and
intelligence support to Bashir
Jemayel, the Phalange leader
in Lebanon.

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