The tentacles of the Zionist regime’s security services may spread far and wide, but this was a moot point as they were delivered a humiliating blow on Tuesday. It has been reported by the Malaysian and international press that Mossad was ultimately behind an attempted kidnapping in a ‘snatch-and-grab’ operation in the country’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur. 
The Israeli Haaretz newspaper has revealed that the reported Palestinian kidnapee was a formerly Gaza-based Android developer named Omar al-Balbaisi. In further reporting, the paper adds that al-Balbaisi had apparently only recently moved to Malaysia from Turkey, where he previously resided two years earlier. Furthermore, it has been reported that after snatching him on the evening of 28 September, the Malaysian Mossad operatives blindfolded and tied al-Balbaisi to a chair and then tortured and interrogated him. 
Failure upon failure
Qatari news outlet, al-Jazeera, reported that the failure of the operation was manifold.
While it is understood that the perpetrators behind the kidnapping were locals who had reportedly been recruited by Mossad, they seemingly had not thought to use fake vehicle license plates for the crime – a key reason why police were able to quickly track down and arrest the four suspects.
What is worse is that the attackers reportedly had another “more prized capture” who they let slip. The second Palestinian national hastily contacted police and provided a car registration plate, which then led the authorities to a connected address, wherein they found al-Balbaisi and his four attackers.
If the above was not enough to demonstrate the attackers’ lack of skill, they also reportedly forgot to cover their faces. They later appeared in court and attempted to put their hands over their eyes as press cameras filmed their walk of shame. One might say that to cover their faces at this late point was probably not going to be of much help.
Are other Palestinians in danger?
The Malaysian English-language paper, the New Straits Times, has been told by an unnamed source that there may be a further six Palestinian nationals being surveilled by Mossad. 
Those targeted are believed to be members of academia and lecturers in engineering and other such professional disciplines. The New Straits Times has warned that an Israeli propaganda website has the photographs and full family details of these six individuals, with marital status, number of children, and other details being publicly shared on the website. 
Malaysian PM to meet chief of police
Owing to the alarming fact that Mossad was able to recruit local people to carry out its dirty work in Malaysia, this is a prime concern that caretaker Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob has vowed to urgently address.
The New Straits Times has stated that Yaakob is due to meet the nation’s Inspector-General of Police, Acryl Sani Abdullah, in addition to the director-general of the National Security Council (NSC), Rodzi Md. Saad.
The Prime Minister sought to reassure the population by stating,
“Regarding the safety of this country, as previously mentioned, everything is okay. The public should not be worried.” 
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