Lital Leshem

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Leshem spent her childhood in Reut, Israel, and Pennsylvania, USA. She joined the Israeli military and climbed up various ranks in the army for seven years. Her activities include being an officer during an Israeli incursion against the Gaza Strip, ultimately reaching the rank of a major. From 2005 to 2011, she served as a reserve soldier in the Israeli Army Intelligence Unit.

Israel’s Shady Startup Ecosystem

Leshem then decided to give up military service and study psychology and business at IDC Herzliya and also move to South America. In 2014, after meeting former Israeli military intelligence operator-turned tech startup Amir Elichai, she entered the world of entrepreneurship.

IDC Herzliya is a private university in Israel that has a critical place in the intellectual training environment of future leaders and politicians in this regime.

Her meeting with Amir Elichai led to the establishment of a startup called Carbyne, which focused on public relations and emergency service organizations and executives in government. Ehud Barak, ex-prime minister of Israel set a budget of $ 1.5 million for the startup, which is, however, a small amount of the $ 40 million that the startup initially raised. Convicted pedophile and suspected Israeli intelligence asset Jeffery Epstein along with Palantir espionage systems and Paypal co-founder Peter Thiel also funded Carbyne. It is worth noting that Pinhas Buchris, formerly Israel’s IDF unit 8200 intelligence commander and director-general of the Ministry of Defense was also a founding stakeholder in the company.

Carbyne focuses in the field of emergency services, which acts as a contractor between the people and governments to help resolve crises with its information amid crises. The organization is headquartered in the United States, but the Zionist regime has a notable role in the company.

After four and a half years at Carbyne, Leshem continued to work as a shareholder in the organization but ultimately came to work at the Mobileye Institute in the United States.

Mobileye is an Israeli subsidiary of Intel that focuses on automated car driving and artificial intelligence on cars and advanced driver assistance systems. The organization is headquartered in Jerusalem and has offices in the United States, China, Japan, and Germany. Intel acquired the company in 2017.

Working at the private Israeli-led Black Cube intelligence firm, Leshem developed a working relationship with Eric Prince, the founder of the notorious Blackwater private military company. She consequently joined Eric’s Frontier Resource Group as Business Development Manager. A year and a half later, the two co-founded COMframe. Having access to Israeli military technology, the company seeks to penetrate the US market and expand contacts of Israeli defense companies with American companies, both government and civilian.

COMframe is run by veterans of the Israeli army and seeks to bring Israeli defense, military, and security equipment to the US market. The company has active offices in other countries.

In addition, Leshem joined SkyX in 2020 as a director. SkyX is an American organization that focuses on drones and airborne data collection.
Leshem also joined the UAE-Israel Business Council (UIBC) in 2020. The UIBC is the central and largest economic organization formed in the field of economical connections between the UAE and Israel. The council began operations immediately after the “Abraham Accords” between the two countries in August 2020.

Zionist Spook

While largely branding herself as a “startup entrepreneur and corporate advisor”, an evaluation of Leshem’s work portfolio, contacts and employers reveals that Leshem is part of a dangerous and far-reaching network of Israeli intelligence officers or affiliated corporate funders. Ehud Barak, Jeffery Epstein, Pinhas Buchris, Eric Prince, Dorian Barack, Amir Elichai, Peter Thiel (Palantir Espionage Systems) & Black Cube are just a few names in this tight-nit web of corporate Zionist influence and espionage operators.

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