Israeli Intelligence Officers Singing Persian Song In Leaked Viral Video Exposes Identities

The bizarre story of a censored Israeli military academy video showing uniformed IDF soldiers singing a Persian language love song became public earlier this month, but takes on more significance in light of this week's missile exchange between Israel and allies Syria and Iran

One week prior to last Thursday's military escalation which started in the Golan but ended with Israel launching a massive missile attack on Damascus, the video of a performance by about 50 new graduates of an Israeli military intelligence language course appeared on Israeli social media, a course wherein Israeli Defense Forces personnel learn Farsi (or alternately called Persian).

Notably, it was released the same week Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran of lying about its nuclear program in a live broadcast, which precipitated President Trump's pulling the US out of the Iran nuclear deal. Was the "leaked" video a provocative stunt meant to mock and taunt the Iranians? 

Still frame of the illegally uploaded IDF footage. Israeli censors quickly tried to remove it, but not before it went viral. 

The Persian song, "Sultan of Hearts" was sung by the trainees in a ceremony at an army base, and a parent in the audience subsequently uploaded video to social media. As the folk song is very well-known in Iran, the video quickly went viral through Iranian social media and across the Middle East before being picked up by Israel's Channel 10 news; however the original poster since removed it after Israeli authorities ordered it be taken down as it was filmed at a sensitive location. 

A spokesperson for the IDF told The Times of Israel, “The video was filmed at a private ceremony. One of the soldiers’ parents who attended the ceremony innocently posted the video, contravening information security regulations. When asked, he immediately removed the video.”

The odd video showing intelligence soldiers singing in Farsi in front of a large audience evoked different reactions on Middle East social media — some interpreted it at the time as an extension of peace, while others saw it as a strange PR stunt meant to taunt Iran in the midst of ongoing Israeli threats. Or it could simply be a display of the new course graduates' language skills captured in an ill-timed video. 

Regardless, the video's rapid spread on the internet has produced blow-back for the Israelis.

The lyrics include lines such as: “With beautiful love, the world is very small. I’m with the memory of you everywhere, everywhere, so I don’t abandon you,” and further, "You are the king of my heart, You've broken the gates of my heart, You've pledged your heart to mine, You joined me, One heart says, 'go, go,' My other heart says, 'don't go, don't go,' What will I do without you?"  according to a partial translation by Iranian scholar Reza Akbari.

As to the timing and context of the video's release, The Times of Israel explains:

Twitter users in Iran were conflicted over the video, with some seeing it as further evidence of how good Israeli intelligence may be, while others saw hopes for peace in the choice of the love song.

The video was shared only a few days after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed a massive Israeli undercover operation carried out in Tehran, in which the Mossad managed to remove tons of paper and digital files on Iran’s clandestine nuclear weapons program out of the Islamic Republic.

Whether it was an "intentional leak" or just a casual and fluke incident, one aspect which hasn't been discussed is the fact that the video provides close-up facial footage of Israeli intelligence operatives. Likely this is why the Israeli military command quickly tried to remove the online video, though it was too little too late. 

Middle East analyst and Iran specialist Holly Dagres explained that, "the soldiers are part of Israel's intelligence unit focusing on Iran." Halfway through the one minute video dozens of the singing soldiers' faces are zoomed in on.

Considering that these new graduates are potential elite intel officers related to Israel's Iranian intelligence collection team, it appears their cover is now blown for all possible future covert operations. Like the US military, there is often a revolving door of experienced personnel shared between the military and more elite Mossad and other intelligence branches (similar to the way many career CIA and NSA officers are former military).

Both the Mossad and IDF frequently conduct high-risk intelligence operations abroad related to Iranian assets and targets, and as we've reported this week, no less than the commander of the National Guard himself is now a target of Israeli covert assassination plans.

No doubt, the Iranians are likely studying the identities of those soldiers who appear in the video very carefully.  

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Lumberjack Lumberjack Sat, 05/12/2018 - 14:42 Permalink

Trump appoints Dyncorp and Bank Leumi owner, Feinberg to intel board. 

 

https://mobile.twitter.com/wikileaks/status/995230821014495232

Trump has appointed the billionaire owner of military contractor DynCorp, Stephen Feinberg, to head the President's Intelligence Advisory Board.

 

https://www.scribd.com/document/339751442/Bank-Leumi-Owner-Stephen-A-Feinberg-Ran-Money-Laundering-Op-Blackwater-Style-Firm

 

http://m.dw.com/en/bolkovac-un-tries-to-cover-up-peacekeeper-sex-abuse-scandal/a-19082815

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RedBaron616 spanish inquisition Sat, 05/12/2018 - 16:02 Permalink

I suspect that perhaps this was a way to demonstrate their mastery of the Persian language. They may well be intelligence agents who either infiltrate Iran or monitor Iranian military/political messages. A mastery of the language would be a must. This is a way to show their skills at the graduation without anyone in the audience having any idea what it was all about.

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Blankone Evil Peanut Sat, 05/12/2018 - 15:46 Permalink

Do people really think this group was going into the field? They are going to be analyst, researchers, planners, strategy resources - they are not covert field agents going into Iran, Syria or such.

What, do you think those women are going to mix into a hostile Arab country or Iran as a spy and assume the risk of being caught? No way.

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Maghreb Blankone Sat, 05/12/2018 - 16:44 Permalink

Yeah they probably were. You don't teach analysts and researchers folk songs.
Might have been hiding out in some village somewhere looking like an Iranian dream girl. They looks mostly female as well. Job is to plant in a village that they've took over on the border and have them infiltrate.

Some of them may even be Kidon models. Heard they are Israeli Mk Ultra. Better at poisoning people. Good at starting sex cults if they can get other women involved. Easier to get close to isolated youth. Honey Traps. Iranians are mostly educated nerds and junkies they love that cultured innocent shit. Stupid fucking university lecturers and poets are always getting whacked.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chain_murders_of_Iran

The songs are actually similar to what they do to the starlets. Neuro-linguistic programming so they aren't quite all there. They probably got another song about chopping dicks and poisoning someone with Fenatyl. They're fucking psycho bitches. Masons and dissidents provide them with cover. Think an GI Jane model was what fucked up Petraeus when they leaked his memoirs. Some chics are just like that.

Had some all singing semites sneak up on me when I was working somewhere. Pair of gay guys from god know where. Not sure if they were Israeli took them for Assyrians or Yazidi but there were some strange cats at that place. Prefer the female ones myself but once got paranoid and thought someone poisoned me at a party. 

Another school in India I heard about where its all girls Israeli run. Creepy as shit Kabbahlist/Mossad operation. Think they treat the Sephardi's, Pet Goys and Mamzers like Pokemon. Its a sign they are in it for the long game.

If you believe it some of them are actually into witch craft. Kind of feel bad for the witches and spooks. The Frankist sex cult shit is getting out of hand. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-F8mEQsXVkQ
 

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Brazen Heist Kayman Sat, 05/12/2018 - 15:42 Permalink

Mossad is trying to draw blood from stone. The "revelations" that blew me off my chair last week about those scary Iranian missiles were old recycled archives of Iranian weapon programmes pre-Iran deal. Wow, if that's what they get paid to produce, it seems that they are aiming to monkey-sway the sub-100 IQ crowd more than anything. And that includes Trump.

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Scipio Africanuz Klatschman Sat, 05/12/2018 - 17:55 Permalink

Even the IDF is in love with Persia and why not? Persia protected and restored the Jews to their homeland. The aggressors that are aggressing against Persia, are not Jews, for if they are, they'll honor Persia for the protection it provided when they were defenseless.

I've said it before, and I'll say it again, the most feminine woman I ever knew, is a true blue, Semitic Jew, that I didn't marry her, is my failure.

Iran, I beg you, when you liberate Jerusalem, please be kind to the Semitic Jews, especially the women, they boil my blood in a most pleasant way. I guess this is because middle eastern women, make a man feel like he's a king.

Save the Semitic Jews, expel the khazarian impostors!...

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TheWholeYearInn Pumpkin Sat, 05/12/2018 - 15:02 Permalink

That, & another thing that, for the life of me, I'm not understanding is how more people around here haven't figured out that Trump is 'hook, line', & sinker' supporting that ideology by way of actions.

 

I mean, these people worship the Saturn God Moloch and they've captured Trump 100% & they're having the time of their lives.

 

The cognitive dissonance towards that is more stunning than anything I've ever witnessed here on ZH for what? I guess about 8 years now for me. ZH used to be a place where you could count on critical thinking to rule the day.

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Count Cherep TheWholeYearInn Sat, 05/12/2018 - 20:24 Permalink

Here's some information unknown to most:

“Whence the idea of one-God may have come has already been shown, although the earlier Egyptians themselves may have received it from others. The figure of Moses himself, and his Law, both were taken from material already existing. The story of Moses’s discovery in the bulrushes was plainly borrowed from the much earlier legend (with which it is identical) of a king of Babylonia, Sargon the Elder, who lived between one and two thousand years before him; the Commandments much resemble earlier law codes of the Egyptians, Babylonians and Assyrians…”

Douglas Reed, The Controversy of Zion
http://www.kasjo.net/reeedcontrov.pdf

Yah or Iah was a well known Moon God throughout the Ancient Middle East, whilst ‘Amen’ or ‘Ymn’ was another general name for the One God who appears in Egypt about the time of the first Shepherd Kings, named Hyksos by the Greeks…

Many will be familiar with the name YAHWEH, yet have no idea whatsoever that this is simply the plural form of the God, YAH or IAH.

According to Gerald Massey in his great work, ‘Ancient Egypt – Light of the World’ (1907), those who worshipped Iah/Io, became known as ‘Jews’:

"There was a religion of the god Іu or Iao in Egypt thirteen thousand years ago. That god was Atum-Ιu, born son of Ptah. He was the earliest father in heaven because he was the divine Ra in his primordial sovereignty. He is the god in two persons who was first figured as the sun upon the double horizon = the father in the west, the son in the east. This god went forth from Kam by several names and various routes. Those who worshipped him as Atum became the Adamites, the Edomites, the red men; those who worshipped him as Iao, Iah, or Іu became the Jews in many lands and these are the Jews of that world-wide dispersion recognized by Isaiah, which did not follow any known historical exodus from Egypt or captivity in Babylon, or migration from Palestine."

Read the rest:
http://calum33.multiply.com/journal/item/50/THE_REAL_JESUS

“The Bible is not ‘the word of God,’ but stolen from pagan sources. Its Eden, Adam and Eve were taken from the Babylonian account; its Flood or Deluge is but an epitome of some four hundred flood accounts; its Ark and Ararat have their equivalents in a score of Deluge myths; even the names of Noah’s sons are copies, so also Isaac’s sacrifice, Solomon’s judgement, and Samson’s pillar act; its Moses is fashioned after the Syrian Mises; its laws after Hammurabi’s code. Its Messiah is derived from the Egyptian Mahdi, Savior, certain verses are verbatim copies of Egyptian scriptures. Between Jesus and the Egyptian Horus, Gerald Massey found 137 similarities, and those between Christ and Krishna run into the hundreds. How then can the Bible be a revelation to the Jews?” [Lloyd M. Graham, Deceptions and Myths Of The
Bible, p. 5]

Read more:

http://kennysideshow.blogspot.com/2012/10/no-more-myths.html

Edit:

Due to the similarities between the worship of Moloch and the worship of Yahweh, such as human sacrifice, some researchers have concluded that they were one and the same.

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Generation O Pumpkin Sat, 05/12/2018 - 15:30 Permalink

in all fairness, Jesus may have been speaking of the religious leaders in Israel at the time.  Just as the apostle Paul wrote similarly ("they are the enemies of all mankind") of those Jews who pursued him Christian missionary efforts to discredit and undo everything he had accomplished.  Similarly, an exhaustive look at Zionist ruin of the last couple centuries and longer seems to highlight a comparatively small number of evil luminaries (just dozens comprised the Bolshevik leadership 100 years ago in Russia).  But it is also true that Martin Luther wrote generally about their speech and attitudes towards Christian culture. Just trying to bring additional perspective here.

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francis scott … MoreSun Sat, 05/12/2018 - 16:54 Permalink

MoreSun

I'd like to know who said that.  I'm taking a snap

course in Talmudic Time Travel and  I'd like to go

back 2000 years ago and shake my fist in the face

of the mofo who said that?  (mofo means something

bad, doesn't it?)

 

I'll look for your hidden reply in the next article that

has the word, FED, it's title. Over and out.  Mosh.

 

(crying out in pain from laughter and the munchies)

 

 

 

  

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