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    • Chris Linthwaite
    • 16.02.10 | 17:53 (IST)

    The Foreign Office has just declared that the British Passports do not exist. The only people who wanted this individual dead are Israel. Benyamin Netanyahu has previous of ordering the assassination of people percieved to be a threat to Israel. If this is the case, how would you punish Israel for using british Passports to murder an individual in Dubai, and putting at risk British Citizens travelling abroad for legitimate reasons? At the very least France, Germany, Britain and Ireland should be calling for sanctions against Israel, the handing over to the Dubai authorities of those who perpertrated the murder. We certainly should look at whether to veto further sanctions against Iran which we are considering on Israel's behalf. It is going to be interesting if Peres, Barak or Netanyahu start scurrying to European capitals in the coming days. Then we will know won't we?

    from the article: Ireland confirms 'Irish' Dubai killers don't exist
    First published 02:16 16.02.10 | Last updated 17:55 16.02.10
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