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Israeli Airport Security responsible at Schiphol Amsterdam

There was someone on an Israeli blogspot claiming that Israel ran the security on Schiphol Amsterdam.

Israeli television interviewed the CEO of the company that handles security at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport last night. Unfortunately, he's an Israeli and it's an Israeli company. Not good. (I did not see the interview).

So I tried to check and see if this was true, and it was.

ICTS international NV

(Israeli ownership/management)


             |__I-Sec International Security

                    (Responsible for Schiphol Airport Security)


                        Israeli management

 But what does it mean?

Ok, Israel was responsible for the Airport security. But what does that mean?

Some intelligence agencies claimed they already had information he could be a “terrorist”.

But even if I-Sec airport security did not have that information, just dealing with a suspicious passenger like “the terrorist” would have to set of some warning signs.

Abdulmutallab’s $2,800 ticket was paid for with cash, apparently at the last minute, and he made the transatlantic trip having checked no luggage, carrying only a backpack.

Then there is the story told by a passenger on the plane, Kurt Haskell, a Michigan lawyer, who claims that he saw Abdulmutallab approach the airline ticket counter in Amsterdam accompanied by a well-dressed South Asian man, who told the Northwest ticket agent that the young Nigerian needed to fly without a passport.

"He’s from Sudan, we do this all the time," the older man told the agent, Haskell recounted. He said that the agent then directed them to the office of the airline’s local manager.

So either I-Sec “Israeli Security” is very careless/stupid, or they intentionally let “the terrorist” board the aircraft. Either way it doesn’t look good for them.

Keeping in mind the same security company, ICTS International, was responsible for airport security at the airports the “9/11 terrorists” used, this only makes them look even more stupid or criminal.  

All 9/11 Airports Serviced by One Israeli Owned Company

(Check the links to verify the info, I don’t recommend but this article is ok)

But why would anyone like to stage a fake terror attack, implicating Yemen?

This site has a good overview of events related to this “terror attack”, using the good old “follow the money” approach.

More details regarding Israeli involvement in ICTS, I-Sec and Schiphol Airport Security are given below.

ICTS International

1982        ICTS is founded for the purpose of creating high-standard security systems in the field of air transports. The company operates in the United States of America and Israel.

1986        ICTS establishes its leading position in the field of Aviation Security. Subsidiaries are founded in 16 different countries, operating under the umbrella of ICTS International B.V., with its registered office in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.



Holder                               Shares           Reported

ATZMON MENACHEM          550,000            9-Nov-09

EVEREST ........... FUND LP 762,884           18-Dec-09

LANGER RAN                      24,185           11-Nov-09

GETTER PHILIP                  21,429           29-Sep-09

SASS DAVID W                   21,190          29-Sep-09

Atzmon Menachem is the director

Here is the main website

I-Sec International Security

I-SEC International Security B.V. was established in 2005 as the aviation security arm of the ICTS International N.V. Group.

I-SEC – International Security B.V., a fully-owned subsidiary of ICTS International N.V., was established in 2005 as the aviation security arm of the ICTS International N.V. Group.

I-SEC International Security – Management

It seems that (almost?) all its management is Israeli.

For the complete list including background info check the link to the original site.

Doron Zicher - Managing Director
Prior to joining ICTS International N.V., Doron Zicher served for several years as a security officer at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport and at El Al’s London Station, having joined El Al in 1984.

Gert-Jan van Holten - Finance Director

Adan Morik- Sales & Marketing Director

Mr. Morik worked for El Al Israel Airlines and Arkia Israeli Airlines as a security profile agent and supervisor for a period of 6 years at airports in Israel, the Netherlands, Germany, Russia and the U.S.

Roded Oryan - Director of Operations

Roded Oryan possesses a decade of expertise and experience in the field of security. Following 25 years in the military attaining a Colonel rank, he served as a Security Manager for El Al in The Netherlands. He later became ICTS International Head of Product Control and Training Department.

John Korver - Director of Product Control and Training

Galit Bauer - Human Resources Manager

Roy Weinberg - GM I-SEC Advanced Systems B.V.

As general manager of I-SEC A.S., Roy is responsible for all technological aspects of the I-SEC group, focusing on the continuous development, sales activities, and support of I-SEC innovative technological solutions. Previously, Roy served in various managerial positions in the High Tech industry, both in the Telecom and homeland security areas. Roy holds a B.Sc. degree from Tel-Aviv University.

Scott Ramsay - VP Sales and Operations, North America

I-SEC subsidiaries - Amsterdam

When you click on Amsterdam on the map you’ll see the following information.

I-SEC International Security B.V.     Head office

I-SEC Advanced Systems B.V.

I-SEC Nederland B.V.                                    Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS)

Pro-Check International B.V.                        Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS)



ICTS is suffering from a terrible string of coincidences.  It's sure lucky that the media hasn't noticed.


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