A local lady in her mid-30s is thought to be in charge of a Mossad network in the nation, whose runners are locals. Prior to being allegedly hired by a Mossad agent just before 2018, it is known that the woman received training as a private investigator, according to an exclusive report by New Straits Times.
In the same year, 35-year-old Palestinian scholar and Hamas member Fadi Mohamed al-Batsh was shot and killed by Mossad agents. After that, the Malaysian woman was sent abroad, including to Europe, for espionage training.
It is known that the woman received about RM120,000 in exchange for this.
The woman was thought to have organised a surveillance crew to follow two Palestinians during the snatch-and-grab incident that happened in Kuala Lumpur last month. She may have been paid €2,000 (RM9,282.20) a month on retainer by the Israelis and is said to have employed a number of local males.
In a follow-up…