Israeli officials at a police station in Jalalabad, Afghanistan scrambled to control their secret station after a surprise raid by the Afghan Taliban on March 26, 2013.
Sources close to Terminal X report that the station, which was located inside a police compound in the city, was used by around 14 operatives of the Mossad, 3 of whom were reportedly “highly proficient in Arabic”. Just before dawn, it came under heavy firing and subsequent bombings by an 8-member brigade of the Taliban in a 2-hour raid. It resulted in the immediate killing of 12 Israelis with 2 in ‘highly critical’ condition shifted to an unknown hospital.
“This centre was being used as a mind-control academy by the Israeli spies who indoctrinated young recruits from within the country and Pakistan with highly interpolated material related to Islam”, said a senior source.
This, the source maintains, was evident from the fact that a large stash of ‘psychological manuals’ written in English and Hebrew along with copies of Islam’s holy books were recovered from the site. Night-vision goggles, headscarves along with a large cache of daggers were also found in a closet beside the station chief’s desk.
“The training centre housed recruits that were brought in from eastern Afghanistan and mostly from Pakistan, in particular South Waziristan. At least a dozen terrorists who were killed by the Pakistan Army in the ongoing Tirah Valley operation have their past movements traced to this very location”, said the source.
The source added that recruits are initially rounded up at the Indian consulate in Habibabad area of Jalalabad from where they are handpicked for programming in Mossad centres.
“This was just one of the 9 Israeli intelligence centres I personally know of”, the source added, “majority of which are in eastern Afghanistan”.
The presence of Israeli intelligence officials was kept highly classified, hence an alert was issued to Tel Aviv by their American counterparts in the CIA.
The Afghan Taliban’s spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid had accepted responsibility for the attack.