Syria UN mission headed by spy?
2012-06-21 0:00

By Christoph R. Hörstel | RT.com

A Jordanian UN observer in Syria says the head of the United Nations Surveillance Mission (UNSMIS) in the country is a spy. The monitor claims General Robert Mood is gathering critical coordinates and visiting military bases for his own purposes.

­The claims have appeared in Syrian state media, indicating that security circles have signaled their consent to publication in Damascus.


The UN mission chief in Syria Major General Robert Mood (AFP Photo / Louai Beshara)
Sources say Norwegian General Mood took his convoy to the city of Tartus last Friday, where no violence was reported. The group visited no less than four military installations of the Syrian Army there without any sanction through the General’s UNSMIS mandate.

Moreover, the same Friday the convoy went to the Rastan area, where it did not drive close to the fighting zone, but went straight to the Syrian Army’s military installation, again without any apparent connection to Mood’s mandate.

Syrians suspect that geographical data is being collected for purposes not related to UNSMIS – perhaps collateral data to already existing files. Syrian officials suspect furthermore that Mood might be looking for locations where Syrian authorities are keeping prisoners of war.

All in all, many analysts are recalling questionable UN observer behavior in the times of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.

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