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Israeli supreme court rejects petition to dismantle Mossad

(Xinhua)

14:38, April 19, 2012

JERUSALEM, April 18 (Xinhua) -- Israel's Supreme Court has earlier this week dismissed a petition seeking a court order to dismantle the Mossad spy agency, the Yediot Aharonot daily reported Wednesday.

The petition, among the more bizarre to be reviewed in recent years, was filed by a man identified only as G., who claimed that the organization attempted to brainwash him. He also claimed to have been drugged by medical students affiliated with Mossad during a visit to Hungary as part of a secret experiment.

According to the report, G. demanded reparations, a formal apology from Mossad and the immediate dismantlement of the agency.

Supreme Court President Asher Grunis rejected the petition, noting that it "raises wonder."

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