Monday, November 21, 2011

Binocular Snapshot for 11/21/2011

LastDayWatchers while you continue to see the failures mount up, as

"Beirut station is out of business," a source said, using the CIA term for its post there"

U.S. officials acknowledged that some CIA operations were suspended in Beirut last summer. It's unclear whether full operations have resumed.


Beirut is considered a key watching post for turmoil in the Middle East.


Senior CIA officials have briefed congressional staffers about the breach, and Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.), who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, visited Beirut recently to interview CIA officers.


Committee staff members want to determine whether CIA operatives used sloppy practices that revealed sensitive sources and methods.


Much in the case remains unclear, including the extent of the damage and whether negligence by CIA managers led to the loss of the Lebanese agents."

"Much in the case remains unclear, including the extent of the damage and whether negligence by CIA managers led to the loss of the Lebanese agents."

Though the U.S. Embassy in Lebanon officially denied the accusation, American officials concede that Nasrallah wasn’t lying and the damage spread like a virus as Hezbollah methodically picked off the CIA’s informants.


Hezbollah’s longtime leader, Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, boasted in June on television he had unmasked at least two CIA spies who had infiltrated the ranks of the organization, which the U.S. considers a terrorist group closely allied with Iran.


The Lebanon crisis is the latest mishap involving CIA counterintelligence"


Hezbollah is "an extremely complicated enemy," the official added. "It's a determined terrorist group, a power political player, a mighty military and an accomplished intelligence organization — formidable and ruthless. No one underestimates its capabilities."

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