2010年12月30日星期四

伊朗將軍被殺害於以色列監獄內?

伊朗將軍被殺害於以色列監獄內?
Iranian general killed in Israeli jail?

Tue Dec 28, 2010 1:25PM
Translation by Autumnson Blog

A source says retired Iranian general Ali-Reza Asgari may have been killed by Mossad in an Israeli prison, the Eurasia Review reports.
一個消息來源說,退休的伊朗將軍阿里禮薩阿斯卡里可能已被莫薩德在以色列監獄內殺害,歐亞審查報導。

There have been “new and astonishing developments in the case of Prisoner X," writes Richard Silverstein on the Eurasia Review website, claiming that a source within the “inner circle” of Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has identified the prisoner as the Iranian general.
"囚徒X的案件已有新和驚人的發展,"歐亞審查網站上的理查德西爾弗斯坦寫道,聲稱以色列國防部長埃胡德巴拉克的“內幕圈子“消息來源已確定囚犯為伊朗將軍。

According to Silverstein, Asgari may have been murdered, and not committed suicide as reports of the prisoner's mysterious death suggested.
根據西爾弗斯坦,阿斯卡里可能已被殺害,而不是正如囚犯的神秘死亡報告提出的自殺。

“Mysterious suicide behind bars: A man committed suicide two weeks ago by hanging [himself] in the solitary cell where he was held in Ayalon Prison. This is the 13th prisoner this year who successfully commits suicide while in custody or detention, and the second this month. His death remains a mystery and no details on the identity of the man [have been provided],” an earlier report by the Ynet news agency said, before the article was removed from the site.

"According to the standard version, he committed suicide in his cell within the past week or so. Ynet reported the suicide story and noted that it was under gag order. Of course, this story was erased from the internet," writes the journalist.

Nevertheless, Silverstein questions the circumstances surrounding the death of the inmate who, the journalist says, "is Asgari, and not some other secret security prisoner."

"In the case of the death of a prisoner under special treatment [held by the security services], why it was not within the power of the Prison Service to prevent the suicide or some other form of violent death?" asks Silverstein.

"He is a victim of the Israeli secret police. … It is they, and no one else including me, who is responsible for his death," writes the journalist.

Silverstein says Israel held Asgari while telling the world he was enjoying his new life as a defector in Virginia.

"It also seems likely that the security services … must've exhausted the useful information they could get from him. And so in yet another sense he was expendable,'' Silverstein says in his article.

Silverstein points the finger at Israeli spy agency Mossad as the main culprit.

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