Evidence confirms Mossad involvement in Dubai hit
Murder in Dubai: The Killers
This video shows the pack of Israeli murderers preparing for the homicide and summarizes the rather impressive case constructed by the Dubai Police
Update Feb. 21, 2010
By Gilad Atzmon
Daily Telegraph’s Andrew Gilligan doesn’t believe the British Foreign Office:
“The (British) Foreign Office denied claims that it had been tipped off about the use of British passports before the hit, insisting: “We only received details of the British passports a few hours before the [February 15] press conference held by the police in Dubai.”
But the Irish foreign ministry has confirmed that it knew Irish passports had been used by the hit squad as early as February 4 – and it would seem surprising if Britain did not know at least that soon too. The use of “European” passports in the hit was being claimed by the Dubai authorities as early as January 29. Not for the first time, the British government may not be being wholly frank about what it knew and when it knew it.
The fact that Britain may have waited to get angry until the story got on TV tends to support the view of one Israeli government source that the UK is merely “going through the motions of outrage to mollify the media”. According to one former intelligence source, MI6 has been reassuring Mossad that everything ‘would blow over’”.
The angriest Brit this week was our Foreign Secretary David Miliband. Any abuse by Israel would be an “outrage”, he said. I see the the duty to remind you all. David Miliband is listed on an Israeli propaganda site as an “Israeli Hasbara Author”. Miliband is also an interventionist. Bearing this in mind, should we believe him? Was he outraged for real?
Source: Gilad Atzmon
Murder in Dubai: The Killers
Dubai says new evidence, including credit card payments and phone calls made by suspects, confirms the involvement of Israel’s spy agency in the recent assassination of a top Hamas official.
“Dubai police have information confirming that the suspects purchased travel tickets from companies in other countries with credit cards carrying the same names we have publicized (in the passports),” the Arabic-language Al Bayan daily quoted Dubai police chief Dahi Khalfan Tamim as saying on Saturday.
Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh was found dead in his room in a luxury Dubai hotel on January 20, a day after arriving in the emirate.
Dubai Police issued arrest warrant for the 11 suspects, including 10 men and a woman, saying the passports they used to enter the United Arab Emirates were issued in European countries.
Six of the suspects carried British passports; three others had Irish passports, while the other two possessed French and German documents.
Dubai police on Thursday called for the head of Mossad to be arrested, if the spy agency was proven to be behind the murder.
(Source: Press TV)
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