A new report reveals the secret links between a senior official of the Saudi Chancellery and Israel’s intelligence service (Mossad).
A recent article published on the U.S. website The Odyssey indicated that Saudi Arabia’s current state minister for foreign affairs, Adel al-Yubeir, has been in contact with Israeli intelligence agents, apparently since the 1990s.
The report, based on information provided by former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent Philip Giraldi, reveals how Mossad maintained its first contact with Al-Yubeir.
According to Giraldi, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) began monitoring Al-Yubeir in 1990 while he was acting as spokesman for the Saudi embassy in Washington, and a few years later found documents about Mossad’s attempts to recruit the Saudi diplomat.
Further FBI investigations revealed that a woman named Kay Anne Matthews approached Al-Yuiber when he was studying at the University of North Texas School of Political Science and International Relations in 1981.
Later, Al-Yubeir was introduced to Jewish businessmen and figures by Matthews, who had close ties to the famous Israeli diamond merchants in the U.S., as the report apostilled.
Moreover, the Saudi diplomat was forced to cooperate with Mossad after becoming entangled in love affairs with Matthews, as well as for the large financial debts he had contracted with several Jewish merchants in the U.S. The Saudi diplomat was forced to cooperate with Mossad after having become entangled in love affairs with Matthews, as well as for the large financial debts he had contracted with several Jewish merchants in the U.S.
“In an FBI interrogation in August 1998, Matthews revealed that the first meeting between Adel al-Yubeir and a Mossad agent took place in October 1995,” Giraldi said.
The report further noted that this evidence shows that the activities of the senior Saudi diplomat were entirely controlled by Mossad agents.
Jemma Buckley, author of the article, described these revelations as “the most controversial intelligence news of the last 10 years,” which came to light after former Israeli foreign minister Tzipi Livni reprimanded Mossad for removing Al-Jubeir from his position as Saudi chancellor.
In recent years, the Saudi regime has gradually softened its stance toward Israel, in a strategy, according to analysts, to prepare the public opinion of its people and elsewhere to normalize relations with Israel. There is also evidence that Saudi Arabia, despite not officially recognizing Israel, has been cooperating secretly with the Zionists for years.