Updated August 3, 2014
THE FINAL PHOTO OF MH17 ON ITS 17th BIRTHDAY – An Israeli named Yaron Mofaz took this photo of the Malaysia Airlines plane (MH17) shortly before it was shot down while flying over eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014. Yaron Mofaz is also connected to GA Telesis, the Israeli-owned airlines company in Florida that owns a similar Malaysia Airlines plane that is parked in a hangar in Tel Aviv. So, why did the Israeli Mofaz take a photo of the plane that was shot down in Ukraine?
"There have been two or three pieces of fuselage that have been really pockmarked; it almost looks like machine gun fire; very, very strong machine gun fire that has left these unique marks that we haven't seen anywhere else. We have also been asked, for example, have we seen any examples of missile. Well, no we haven't. That's the answer." – Michael Bociurkiw, Canadian investigator with the OSCE, at the crash site of MH17
"Downing of Malaysian Air Flight MH-17 – Smoking 'Gun', Not a Missile" by John Esquire, syranperspective.com, August 1, 2014
The holes seen in the cockpit wreckage of MH17 indicate the plane was shot down with cannon fire/machine gun fire aimed at the pilots. Who would have committed such a terror atrocity? Who were the pilots who shot down the Malaysian passenger airliner at 33,000 feet? A high-resolution pdf of this piece is available at: www.anderweltonline.com/fileadmin/user_upload/PDF/Cockpit-MH017.pdf
Other pieces of the aircraft show clear signs of machine gun/cannon fire. The pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine do not have planes that could have shot down the Malaysia Airlines plane.
The graze mark on this wing section leads toward the cockpit. The plane that was Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down on its 17th birthday, July 17, 2014. Its first flight was July 17, 1997.
The terrorists who shot down MH17 evidently aimed their guns and cannons on the cockpit in an act of mass murder at 33,000 feet. We need to find out who was flying the military planes that are responsible for this atrocity and who sent them. Source of graphic: pbs.twimg.com/media/Bt80H-NCMAAlSLd.jpg
There is a great deal of mystery about what caused Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 to come down in eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014. One of the mysteries is why an Israeli named Yaron Mofaz took a photo of the plane before it left the airport in Amsterdam and then sold the photo to Reuters, who published it shortly after the plane went down.
WHO IS YARON MOFAZ?
To confirm that Yaron Mofaz was indeed the name of the photographer, I called Reuters in Amsterdam and London. Peter Biggs in the London office confirmed that Yaron Mofaz was indeed the real name of the photographer.
There are some reports on the Internet that say that Yaron Mofaz is the son of the former chief of staff of the Israeli military, Shaul Mofaz. From what I have found, that is not the case. Shaul Mofaz has four children: Maya (34), Yonathan (31), Itamar (27), and Noa (25); so Yaron is not his son, but he is probably related, perhaps as a nephew.
PARTNERS IN CRIME – Lt. General Shaul Mofaz (right) was born Shahrām Mofazzazkār in Iran in 1948 and immigrated to Israel in 1957. Mofaz has served as Chief of Staff of the IDF, Acting Prime Minister, Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Defense, Minister of Transportation, and Minister without Portfolio.
CHIEF OF STAFF OF THE IDF – Shaul Mofaz, seen here at a Pentagon meeting in 2002, was the Israeli military commander who gave the Zionist Neo-Cons their marching orders.
CHIEF OF ISRAEL'S SAYERET MATKAL – Mofaz served as chief of staff of the Israeli military from 1998-2002; which means that he, as head of the Sayeret Matkal of Ehud Barak and Bibi Netanyahu, must have been involved in the planning of the Israeli false-flag terror attacks of 9-11.
MOFAZ AND EHUD BARAK – The Sayeret Matkal is Israel's secret military commando force, which Netanyahu, Barak, and Mofaz are all former members of. Several members of the Sayeret Matkal were involved in the events of 9-11. Mofaz was the supreme commander of the Sayeret Matkal from 1998-2002.
According to Yaron Mofaz's Facebook page, he worked at Israir Airlines, studied at Tel Aviv University, and lives in Ramat HaSharon, near Herzliya, Israel. There is a gang of the Israeli Mofaz family in New York that runs an aviation-related company called Pentagon 2000 Software. On July 23, 2014, an Irish branch company called Pentagon 2000 Software Erp Limited was set up in Dublin, Ireland. The company's listed directors are Gabriel Mofaz in New York and Yaron Mofaz in Israel.
SoloCheck.ie, a website about Irish businesses, has the following information about Yaron Mofaz, the director of the Pentagon 2000 company: he is between 35-39 years of age and lives in Ramat Hsharon (sic), Israel.
The Pentagon 2000 company is a Mofaz family business, as the company website indicates:
The Mofaz family runs Pentagon 2000, an enterprise software company that serves the aviation industry. Source: www.pentagon2000.com/company.asp
Businessweek gives the following profile of the Mofaz family's Pentagon 2000 company:
Pentagon 2000 Software, Inc. operates as a vendor of enterprise software systems used in the aerospace, electronics, defense, power systems, metals trading, and high technology industries. It offers aviation software, components trading software, total power systems software, automotive and heavy duty parts software, support and maintenance, implementation planning, procedures manual development, customization and data migration, consulting, customer support, and training. The company was founded in 1986 and is based in New York, New York with additional offices in Estero, Florida; Van Nuys, California; Singapore; Bosques de las Lomas, Mexico; and Zichron Yaacov, Israel. Source: investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/private/snapshot.aspBusinessweek also provides the company's address and phone number, so I called to get confirmation of the information. I finally got through to Yossi Mofaz. I told him I was interested in the new branch company they had created in Ireland. He wondered where I had gotten the information, but confirmed that it was correct. He pretended not to know about the photo taken by Yaron Mofaz and suggested that it could be another Yaron Mofaz from Ramat HaSharon.
I then asked him if he was related to Shaul Mofaz, and he nervously denied that he was. I then asked if he was related to Avraham Mofaz, the father of Shaul Mofaz, and he asked me where I had gotten all of this information, which indicates to me that he is probably related to both Avraham and Shaul. The webpage about Avraham Mofaz is, after all, on the Pentagon 2000 website at: www.pentagon2000.com/mofaz/
Avraham Mofaz, the father of Shaul Mofaz, was a Freemason in the Grand Lodge of the State of Israel. He passed away at age 80 in November 2001. Source: www.pentagon2000.com/mofaz/
Because I knew the answer beforehand, I then asked Yossi Mofaz if his company, Pentagon 2000, had done business with Aviv Tzur and Avborne Heavy Maintenance, Inc. in south Florida. He confirmed that they did work together, so I then asked if they also did business with GA Telesis, another company headed by Aviv Tzur. Yossi Mofaz confirmed that they did work with GA Telesis, which was the key confirmation I needed.
The fact that the Mofaz company works with GA Telesis is important because this is the aircraft disassembly company that owned a twin of the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared in March 2014. The GA Telesis twin Boeing 777 was a former Malaysia Airlines aircraft that the company sent to Israel in November 2013, although they had previously said that the aircraft would be disassembled in the United States.
ISRAEL'S SECRET MALAYSIA AIRLINES TWIN IN TEL AVIV – In the summer of 2013, the Israeli-run GA Telesis company of Florida obtained a Malaysia Airlines 777, which was virtually identical to the missing plane(s), and secretly sent the plane to Israel in November 2013. Why did the Israelis need a retired Malaysia Airlines 777 and why was the transfer of this plane to Israel kept secret by the company in Florida?
Yossi then seemed very nervous and asked for my call-back number. I told him that was not necessary because I had gotten the information that I needed. He complained that it was not fair that I had his number but he did not have mine. I told him that his number is listed in Businessweek, so he should take it up with Michael Bloomberg, who owns Businessweek. Yossi Mofaz warned me that I should not write anything about his company or the company in Ireland.
The information that I have put together in the past few days indicates that Yaron Mofaz, the person who took the last photo of MH17 before it was shot down, is the director of a company that works with the Florida-based company that owns the Israeli twin of the missing Malaysia Airlines planes. As I told Yossi Mofaz, what a small world.
Sources and Recommended Reading:
Airframe Details of 9M-MRD Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-2H6(ER), Planespotters.net, August 2, 2014
"Architects of 9-11 Terrorism Consolidate Political Power in Israel" by Christopher Bollyn, May 11, 2012
"Are the Israelis Planning Another 9-11 Using the Missing Boeing 777?" by Christopher Bollyn, March 18, 2014
Aviv Tzur, Executive Chairman, GA Telesis Composite Repair Group, LLC, Businessweek.com, August 1, 2014
Avraham Mofaz, dedication page with eulogies and Freemasonry videos, Pentagon2000.com, August 1, 2014
Company Overview of Pentagon 2000 Software, Inc., Bloomberg Businessweek, August 1, 2014
"Downing of Malaysian Air Flight MH-17 – Smoking 'Gun', Not a Missile" by John Esquire, syrianperspective.com, August 1, 2014
"Malaysia Airlines MH17: Michael Bociurkiw talks about being first at the crash site" (video) CBC News, July 29, 2014
"Pentagon 2000SQL selected by Avborne Heavy Maintenance operations at Miami International Airport to run their MRO and financials operations" Press Release, Pentagon2000.com, September 22, 2005
Pentagon 2000 Software Erp Limited, company profile, SoloCheck.ie, August 1, 2014
"Revelations of German Pilot: Shocking Analysis of the 'Shooting Down' of Malaysian MH17. 'Aircraft Was Not Hit by a Missile'" by Peter Haisenko, GlobalResearch.ca, July 30, 2014
Shaul Mofaz, Wikipedia, August 1, 2014
"Shaul Mofaz, Netanyahu's new partner, ordered 'revenge' op that killed Palestinian police in 2002" by Alex Kane, Mondoweiss.net, May 8, 2012
"The MH370 Cover-Up: GA Telesis Fabricates Story of Missing Plane's Israeli Twin" by Christopher Bollyn, June 20, 2014
"Why is a Twin of the Missing MH370 in a Hangar in Israel?" by Christopher Bollyn, April 18, 2014
Yaron Mofaz, director profile, SoloCheck.ie, August 1, 2014
Wire - Reuters
Are the Israelis Planning Another 9-11 Using the Missing Boeing 777? (March 26, 2014)
Why Is a Twin of the Missing MH370 in a Hangar in Israel? (April 17, 2014)