According to The Times of India (February 7, 2012)an Israeli Jewish (Chabad) couple suspected of “suspicious activities” will be deported to the Zionist entity. It’s reported that based on secret understanding between Israeli and Indian intelligence agencies – Israeli Jews suspected of terrorism cannot be put on trail in India.
The Israeli Jewish couple suspected of planning terrorist activities has been identified as Shneor Zalman and Yaffa Shenoi. The couple came on a multiple-entry visa and rented a house on Rose Street, Fort Kochi, for Rs 50,000 per month, far higher than the market rate.
“Central intelligence got an alert about a covert operation being carried out by suspected Israeli agents after the 26/11 terror attacks in which south Mumbai’s Chabad House came under attack and six Jews, including a Rabbi and his pregnant wife, were killed. A communication was sent to all states and it was our wing in Kerala that traced this couple at Fort Kochi,” an intelligence officer here said.
Fort Kochi is a major hub for foreign tourists next to the neighbourhood of Mattancherry, famous for its Jew Town. This is the historical part of town where Jews set up their first trading outpost centuries ago and built the country’s oldest synagogue in 1568.
“A monthly rent of Rs 50,000 is disproportionately high, even in Fort Kochi. This is one of the main factors that made us suspicious,” the intelligence source said. “They have been in the country from March 3, 2010. When their visas expired on March 3 last year, they went out and returned on April 1, 2011 on a new visa.”
Chabad centers are known as Mossad’s control rooms to pull its false flag operations in various countries which are usually blamed on Muslim minorities living in those countries.
In February 2010, a bomb exploded inside the German Bakery in Pune (Maharashtra state), killing nine people including two foreigners and five women. The blast also wounded another 60 people. The German Bakery is located near the Jewish Chabad Nariman House (an Israeli tourist attraction) and Osho Ashram (a hub center of Hindutva activists).