Thursday, May 17, 2018

Intel gathering

Whole Middle East Will Be Under Israeli Surveillance by 2025 – Ex-Intel Chief

IDF soldiers in the Hebron area (File)
Aharon Zeevi Farkas, a former intelligence head of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), has admitted that the intelligence capabilities of the country's ground troops have yet to be developed.
Speaking at a conference in Tel Aviv, a former Israel Defense Forces (IDF) intelligence chief, Aharon Zeevi Farkas, said that at least 10,000 satellites would help the country provide constant video surveillance of the Middle East by 2025, according to the Jerusalem Post.
It will allow the Israeli army to conduct targeted killings of terrorists "at any time and any place," Farkas stressed.
Touting the swift upgrade to Israel's intelligence capabilities, he at the same time acknowledged that the country's ground forces have yet to be developed in this aspect.

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