Azmin Ali, leader of the People’s Justice Party, has uncovered proof that Malaysia Airlines hired an “ex-Israeli agent” as a consultant for its IT department. (Or, more specifically, he’s a French national, born in Haifa, who served as a lieutenant in the military intelligence unit of the IDF between 1983 and 1988, where he practiced the dark art of “solving analytical problems.” This top-secret information was extracted from his CV.)
Here at Judeosphere, we have long suspected that reports of Israel’s surging tech sector were merely a ruse to plant Mossad agents posing as IT consultants throughout the major airlines of the Muslim world.
Some in Malaysia agree with that theory. Abdar Rahman Koya, a local freelance journalist who formerly wrote for the London-based International Crescent, sees this story as yet further confirmation of Henry Ford’s magnum opus, The International Jew.
Apparently, it’s currently a bestseller in Malaysia.