Israeli Mossad owns spying bases in Ethiopia and Eritrea on Yemen
Israel-North Africa, Military, 6/29/1998
A British military news bulletin, which has close links to the Israeli intelligence said the Israeli Mossad owns very important spying bases in Ethiopia and Eritrea on Yemen, Saudi Arabia and Sudan.
In a report from London the Kuwaiti daily al-Rai al-Am said on Sunday that the British press highlighted in its Saturday's reports key bases for the Israeli Mossad in Eritrea and Ethiopia used by Israel to monitor activities in the Red Sea region. The paper quoted the report as saying that Israel has built a base for submarines which carry nuclear missiles, monitors the situation in Sudan and offers training and aid to Sudanese rebels.
In its recent issue, the British "Foreign Report" intelligence bulletin elaborated that the Mossad bases are stationed in Dahlak island in Eritrea in the Red Sea near Maswa' port, a base specializing in spying against Yemen and Saudi Arabia. The second base, the report added, is on "under dispute" Hanish island, which permits the monitoring of Bab al-Mandib, and thereby movements in the Red Sea.The two bases are very important in moving Israeli nuclear sub-marines, the report said.
The bulletin continued that the third base in Eritrea is situated on the border with Sudan in Amahil Ghar mountain district to facilitate spying on Sudan and offer information and training to Sudanese rebellions. The fourth base is in Ethiopia in the capital Addis Ababa to serve Israeli intentions in the region.
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