Why would Mossad use Israeli passports to kill an known enemy? There are places in South America and Asia where it is relatively easy to "acquire" the necessary documentation for a covert operation. It is, probably, relatively easy to "create" a new person. As to the method of the killing, there has not yet been a documented description of the death. It is, also, ludicrous to believe that more than just a few people were involved. Logistics and communication are, probably, more important in this type of operation than force or numbers.
Police disperse hundreds in brawl in Kafr Manda, northern Israel (Haaretz)
from the article: Will the Dubai hit increase Israel's global isolation?
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