Since Israeli Mossad has never acknowledged the success of its assassination squad which sometimes include Jewish honey traps – the media has made the Gaza-ruling Hamas as its source.
In 2010, Dubai police chief Dahi Khalfam Tamim accused then head of Israeli Mossad Meir Dagan (d. 2016) for masterminding the assassination of Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Mahbouh.
On September 25, 1997, Israeli Mossad failed to assassinate Hamas political leader Khaled Meshaal in Amman Jordan.
On March 22, 2004, Israeli Mossad martyred Hamas founder Sheikh Ahmed Yasin.
Israeli media has claimed that Mohamed Zaouari worked for Hamas for ten years. He also reportedly worked for Lebanon’s political and military Islamic organization Hizbullah – the only Arab militia which defeated Jewish army in 2000 and 2006.
According to Tunisian media, police has detained eight suspects including a female journalist, who interviewed Mohamed Zaouari before the Mossad got him.
Surprisingly, the Jewish media hasn’t blamed Iran for training Mohamed Zaouari in drone technology – a claim they made in the past that Iran supplied drones to both Hamas and Hizbullah. Israel’s military in the past had claimed it shot down Hizbullah drones.
On March 10, 2014, commander of Israel Air Force air defense array, Maj-General Shachar Shohat, told a security conference at the Institute for National Security Studies Strategic, Innovative Policy-Oriented Research (INSS) that in the next war with Hizbullah or Hamas – Israel would have to face enemy drone carrying explosives.
“We have to cope with dozens of pilotless aerial vehicles, in both the northern and southern fronts. The drones would range from radio-controlled model airplanes weighing a few kilos to large drones with payloads of hundreds of kilos,” said Shohat.
Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah confirmed in October 2012 sending a pilotless spy drone over Israel. It combed Israeli space for three hours before it was shot-down by Israeli jets. Iranian military officials claimed that the drone was able to transmit Israeli military targets before it’s shot-down by Israeli F16s.
In May 2013, Israeli jets shot-down their own advanced UAV Shoval that was on a mission over the sea between Tel Aviv and Netanya. Israel accused Hizbullah for trying to hijack UAV’s navigation system and taking control of the vehicle. Sheikh Nasrallah mocked Israeli claim, by saying: “I wish Hizbullah could take the credit for this achievement as we did last year.”
Both Hamas and Islamic Jihad have no record of sending drones over Israel.
Israeli Mossad has maintained its activities since the independence of Tunisia under the leadership of atheist dictator Habib Bourguiba (1957-87) who had close relations with Israeli military and intelligence. This has allowed Mossad to pull several false flag operations in Tunisia.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez had acknowledged that Iranian scientists helped the country to set-up its first drone manufacturing facility.
United States, Israel, Britain, and Iran are known producers of unmanned drones. The first three countries have used drones for military purposes killing thousands of people in Afghanistan, Sudan, Syria, Pakistan, and Somalia.