Turkey detains seven on suspicion of collaborating with Mossad

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Turkey detains seven on suspicion of collaborating with Mossad

Turkey has detained seven people on suspicion of collaborating with Mossad.

Turkish media reported the arrest of seven individuals in the country on suspicion of selling information to the Israeli Mossad organization.

According to these reports, one of the detainees was a well-known private investigator and a figure in the Turkish media.

In a joint operation by Turkey’s intelligence agency known as MIT and the country’s police, seven people including Turgay Ibrak, a former MIT employee and a media figure, were detained.

The arrests took place in Istanbul.

The report indicates that Mr. Ibrak had formed a group with the involvement of Turkish government employees to gather information about individuals and companies from the Middle East active in Turkey and provide it to Mossad.


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