Israeli Firm Blew it Regarding Terrorist With Underwear Bomb


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sb.jpgThe Israeli ICTS security firm is indeed being held accountable for the successful attempt to blow up an Airbus 330 heading for Detroit in late December 2009 as was reported by YWN-Israel. The explosion that occurred on Northwest flight 253 has resulted in world attention and renewed fears following 9/11 and other global jihad fears.

Reports have already highlighted the blunders on the part of the American intelligence community, but it appears officials at Schiphol Airport are unwilling to let the Israeli security firm off the hook, since the agents operating on the pre-flight check in should indeed have suspected bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab.

The company, as was reported, provides security in a number of European airports, employing security personnel in 22 countries.

(Yechiel Spira – YWN Israel)


  1. So an Israeli is wrong for not checking the underwear of a nigerian moslem, and Israel is also wrong for recently asking a diplomat’s car to stop at a checkpoint?

  2. Yeah, right. It’s the Israelis fault. The guy was on every bad list and no one connected the dots. The Israelis are at fault though. Gimme a break.

  3. Guys- “an israeli security firm”. Not the israeli government, or israeli’s or Jews but a firm that is israeli. Please read the article before you react. Yes they were responsible.

  4. to #1 – yes, the attempt was successful. Had he been caught before he got on the plane then the attempt would have been unsuccessful. Had he blown up the plane chas vishalom then the mission would have been successful as well. just clarifying for you.

  5. #7 mhbochur

    You, and the editor, seem to understand the English language differently than the rest of the world.

    He attempted to blow up a plane. He did not succeed. Hence, his attempt was unsuccessful.

    Had the story read “…held accountable for the successful attempt to bring an explosive on board a plane,” then you would be correct.