UPDATE TO:“Closed-Door”​ (U.S./Israel/Cyprus) INTEL Conference, Nov. 2019 – Commentary By Adina Kutnicki

Adina Kutnicki

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Since the “Closed-Door” Intel conference in Nov. 2019, two months’ time have come and gone, that is, a drop in the bucket, in relation to gathering valuable Intel. Yes, unless a “ticking bomb” is uncovered, by far, it is more fruitful to watch, observe, blend in, and be as unobtrusive as possible. A fly on the wall. This requires a highly trained and specific set of skills, notwithstanding fluency in Hebrew and Arabic. Patience is a virtue, dear reader.

As such, in line with two of the bullet points via the aforementioned November report, certain developments bear noting, even if particular gaps must remain muted. No matter.

Regardless, let’s recap:

  • Alongside the “persons of interest”, a detailed listing of their terror-related attacks has been documented/appended – that which reads like a running indictment/dossier; a “who’s who” attachment to the FBI’s Most Wanted List(s). By the way, their…

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