Turkey says arrested 15 'Mossad operatives'

Ynet |
Published: 10.21.21, 13:09
Turkey has arrested 15 suspects who have allegedly worked with Israel's Mossad intelligence agency within its territory, Turkish newspaper Daily Sabah reported on Thursday.
According to the report, 200 members of Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MIT) took part in the massive operation on October 7 in which they cracked down on five spy cells that had been operating in four Turkish provinces for a year.
The newspaper also said that all suspects were Arab and published blurred-out photos of some of them.
The pro-government daily said that the suspects have provided the Mossad with information on foreign students who can potentially work in the defense industry in the future in exchange for money.