9/11 perp Mike Harari reported dead at 87
Israeli media (a term that includes the Zionist-dominated US mainstream media) are mourning the passing of Mike Harari – the Mossad kingpin who threw a party celebrating the 9/11 attacks and bragged that he had orchestrated the operation.
In a 2011 interview with Truth Jihad Radio, eyewitness Dmitri Khalezov described Harari’s 9/11 celebration and confession.
Israeli reports of Harari’s demise are coyly tiptoeing around the 9/11 issue. According to The Times of Israel: “The majority of Harari’s actions in the defense of the state of Israel will never be known, Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said Monday.”
At least Ya’alon hopes that some of them – including 9/11 – will never be known…to the American sheeple. The rest of us already know.
Harari’s career in false flag terrorism didn’t begin on September 11th, 2001. The Mossad kingpin reportedly played a key role in the 1976 Entebbe hijacking operation, the 1985 Achille Lauro incident, and other operations orchestrated by Israel but attributed to “Palestinian terrorists.” For details on these and other Israeli false flags, read Victor Ostrovsky’s By Way of Deception and Ari Ben-Menashe’s Profits of War.
Was Harari silenced to prevent him from talking about 9/11 and the 2002 Bali bombing, which reportedly involved the notorious Israeli mini-nukes that Gordon Duff has been exposing? Did his bragging at the party he threw in Thailand – especially after Khalezov revealed it in 2011 – make him a security risk? Is he really dead, or are the reports of his death a cover and deception operation designed to discourage those who have been seeking him in hopes of administering a waterboard-enhanced interrogation concerning 9/11?
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