Mossad Turkey coup fails
- Mossad role in Turkey coup plot revealed
Tuncay Gueny is suspected of attempts to topple Turkish government.
Israel's national intelligence agency Mossad has been behind a failed
coup in Turkey, the Turkish daily newspaper, Milliyet reports.
A secret investigation into detained Ergenekon group members and
other studies outside Turkey indicate that Mossad orchestrated the
coup plot against the Turkish government, the report says.
The Ergenekon group is a Turkish neo-nationalist organization with
alleged links to the military, members of which have been arrested on
charges of plotting to foment unrest in the country.
Investigators uncovered evidence that show a Jewish rabbi named
Tuncay Guney, who worked for Mossad and fled to Canada in 2004, was a
key figure behind attempts to overthrow the Turkish government.
A document uncovered this week by the Sabah daily shows how Guney
purposefully infiltrated Ergenekon and another organization known as
JITEM, an illegal intelligence unit in the gendarmerie suspected of
hundreds of murders and kidnappings .
The rabbi was taken out of Turkey and sent to the US for protection
after his identity was exposed in an investigation by Turkish police,
according to Sabah.
Guney is also reported to have links with Israeli espionage
activities in Egypt. According to Egyptian security forces, at least
one of three suspects currently being pursued by the Egyptian
government for spying was in contact with Tuncay Guney.
Meanwhile, a separate report by Turkish daily Yeni Safak has claimed
that Turkish security forces have discovered some bags in Guney's
Istanbul house that include the Israeli flag and Mossad's slogan.
According to an earlier report by Aksamanother Turkish daily, Mossad
has been involved in several ambiguous events in Turkey.
The report claimed that Turkish security forces have discovered
documents that disclose information concerning suspicious investment
and economic activities by certain Jewish businessmen in Turkey.
The Jewish businessmen are alleged to have had significant relations
with individuals, political groups and cultural organizations, which
investigations show are affiliated to the Ergenekon group.
Turkish security forces have detained many members of the Ergenekon
group, including retired army generals, politicians, popular lawyers
and famous journalists. The individuals currently face trail on
charges of plotting to overthrow Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip
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