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Netanyahu and May Chat as a Large Nest of Israeli Spies in London Exposed
Craig Murray, Feb 7 2017

The Israeli Embassy has 17 Israeli “technical and administrative staff” granted visas by the FCO. The normal number for an Embassy that size would be about two. I spoke to two similarly-sized non-EU Embassies this morning, one has two and one zero. I recall I dealt with an angry Foreign Minister during my own FCO career, incensed his much larger High Commission had been refused by the FCO an increase from 3 to 4 technical and administrative staff. Shai Masot, the Israeli “diplomat” who had been subverting Britain’s internal democracy with large sums of cash and plans to concoct scandal against a pro-Palestinian British minister, did not appear in the official diplomatic list. I queried this with the FCO, and was asked to put my request in writing. A full three weeks later and after dozens of phone calls, they reluctantly revealed that Masot was on the “technical and administrative staff” of the Israeli Embassy. This is plainly a nonsense. Masot, as an ex-Major in the Israeli Navy and senior officer in the Ministry of Strategic Affairs, is plainly senior to many who are on the Diplomatic List, which includes typists and personal assistants. There are six attaches – support staff – already on the List.


Masot was plainly not carrying out technical and administrative duties. The term is a formal one from the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, and it is plain from the convention that technical and administrative staff are in official status lower than the diplomatic staff. The majority of support activities are carried out in all Embassies by locally engaged staff already resident in the host country, but a very small number of technical and administrative staff may be allowed visas for work in particularly secure areas. They may be an IT and communications technician, possibly a cleaner in the most sensitive physical areas, and perhaps property management. These staff do not interact with politicians of the host state or attend high level meetings beside the Ambassador. The level at which Shai Masot was operating was appropriate to a Counsellor or First Secretary in an Embassy. Masot’s formal rank as an officer in his cover job in the Ministry of Strategic Affairs would entitle him to that rank in the Embassy if this were a normal appointment. The al-Jazeera documentaries plainly revealed that Masot was working as an intelligence officer, acquiring and financing “agents of influence.” It is simply impossible that the FCO would normally grant 17 technical and administrative visas to support 16 diplomats, when 6 of the 16 are already support staff. The only possible explanation, confirmed absolutely by Masot’s behaviour, is that the FCO has knowingly connived at settling a large nest of Israeli spies in London. I fairly put this to the FCO and they refused to comment. I asked my questions on Jan 10. On Jan 12 the FCO asked me to put them in writing. On Feb 2 they finally replied to the first three questions, but refused to comment on questions 4 or 5 about involvement of the intelligence services in Masot’s appointment.


On Feb 2, I sent these follow-up questions to the FCO by email:


FCO Media Dept have replied that they refuse to give me any further information on the subject, and that I should proceed through a FoI request so the FCO can assess properly whether the release of any further information is in the national interest. What is it they are always saying to us? If you have got nothing to fear, you have got nothing to hide? I am confident I know what they are hiding, and that is FCO complicity in a large nest of Israeli spies seeking to influence policy and opinion in Britain in a pro-Israeli direction. That is why the government reaction to one of those spies being caught on camera plotting a scandal against an FCO minister, and giving £1m to anti-Corbyn MPs, was so astonishingly muted. It is also worth noting that while the media could not completely ignore the fantastic al-Jazeera documentaries that exposed the scandal, it was a matter of a brief article and no follow-up digging. This was not just a curiosity, it reveals a deep-seated problem for our democracy. I intend to continue picking at it.

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  1. George
    Posted February 9, 2017 at 5:50 am | Permalink

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