June 29, 2010, - 10:50 am

Spy vs. Spy VIDEO of the Day: Iranian Nuke Scientist is CIA Spy

By Debbie Schlussel

This isn’t the story of the Russian spy ring.  It’s the story of the Iranian nuclear scientist and CIA spy Sharam Amiri.  Amiri provided the most important information to the U.S. from inside the Iranian nuclear weapons operation.  He confirmed a second nuclear site and counteracted a false 2007 CIA report claiming the Iranian nuclear program was not as advanced as we thought.  Amiri confirmed that, in fact, the program was far more advanced and headed toward nuclear weapons. Amiri’s return to Iran is thought to be the hostage swap Iran is seeking in exchange for the three American hikers.

The intriguing video, below, appeared on last night’s edition of ABC News’ “Nightline.”  It shows that the same cold-war tactics from yesteryear are very much in operation.  But the old school tactics use new school battlefields–in this case, YouTube.

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8 Responses

This guy wasn’t too smart. Leave your family behind like that and something happens. Big surprise there for the genius.

samurai on June 29, 2010 at 11:37 am

“…counteracted a false 2007 CIA report claiming the Iranian nuclear program was not as advanced as we thought.”

NEVER underestimate a muzzie. They NEVER tell the truth. How can you tell if a muzzie is lying? When he MOVES HIS LIPS.

What will become of Sharam Amiri? Is he going to suffer for the three spoiled rotten brats that we don’t even want back? Keep him here and leave THEM there.

As goes Israel - so goes the World on June 29, 2010 at 11:57 am

Holy cow! Debbie: Are you saying the Obama administration actually sent this guy back to Iran? What about the Hezobollah double-agent being denied asylum in the US… I forgot where I read it. Seems our government is on the wrong side of G_d and history.

JL: Uh, no. I said no such thing. You actually have to watch the video. DS

JLin on June 29, 2010 at 2:31 pm

Can we still execute spies in the U.S.? The last ones put to death were the Rosenbergs in 1953. There are quite a few spies in the current BHO administration that should be looked into for espionage activities, like the ones that coddle the muzzies or bow down to them.

Jarhead on June 29, 2010 at 3:28 pm

JLin: “What about the Hezobollah double-agent being denied asylum in the US…”

You’re thinking of Mosab Yousef – author of “Son of Hamas” – who collaborated with Israel’s Shin Bet and has been in the US for a few years. His hearing is tomorrow. His (now retired) handler broke cover to persuade the US to grant him asylum.

As a long-time federal employee, I opposed the creation of DHS expecting it to fail. And indeed, it’s proved an epic failure, widely regarded as the most dysfunctional of all federal departments. Clueless about terrorism, phrases like “jihad” and “Islamic terror” are proscribed. And Debbie has shown how they’ve deliberately undermined border security, only one of their main responsibilities.

Many are suggesting that, should the US deport him (thereby discouraging future collaborators with the US and Israel), Israel itself should take him in. But Israel is a small country with few places one could hide in plain sight. And there are lots of Israeli Arabs who believe Yousef should be killed for the simple act of apostasy (he renounced Islam and became a Christian), others who insist he should be killed because by collaborating he “betrayed” the Palestinians.

Raymond in DC on June 29, 2010 at 3:35 pm

God Help him (Yousef, and others like him) and US!

Jeremy on June 30, 2010 at 10:41 pm

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