Mossad Accused of 1987 Assassination of German MP
Die Welt / richardsilverstein / richardsilverstein

In one of his books, rogue ex-Mossad agent, Victor Ostrovsky, argued that the Mossad killed Barschel due to matters related to Iran-Israeli weapons deals.  Israel wanted to use the port of Kiel in Schleswig-Holstein to ship missiles to Iran.  In an interview with Yediot, Ostrovsky adds that Barschel had partial knowledge of military collaboration among Iran, Germany and the U.S.  This included the shipment of replacement military parts to Iran along with weapons purchases and the training of Iranian pilots in Germany.  After he resigned, he threatened to blow the whistle on the whole operation.  Had he talked, there would’ve been severe political repercussions, which caused the Mossad to get rid of him:

According to Ostovsky, Germany knew what was planned and the killing was not done “behind its back.”

Now, Die Welt will publish a extensive article tomorrowdocumenting Ostrovsky’s claims through the work of a distinguished Swiss toxicologist, Dr. Hans Brandenberger, who will argue that the methods used to kill Barschel fit within the parameters of what could’vebeen a Mossad killing:

“The chemical results indicate a murder…due to the complexity of the murder scene.  [For a crime] like this [it] must be a professional team that was at work, not a single person.”

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