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    • Basil
    • 20.02.10 | 23:30 (IST)

    If an Israeli obtained a German passport based on his ancestors being in Germany, he was saying he was not wanting any real connection to Germany or Germans, just to use the passport for Israeli political purposes. Also, this assasination provokes Hamas. It's not a good idea. Of course, some in Israel, in Arab conspiracy mentality style, are saying it couldn't be the Mossad. The Mossad did a bad job in Jordan in the late 90s when Netanyahu was prime minister, and Israel used Canadian passports in that case. What would stop Israel from doing that again? Europe needs to have biometric passports that show who is going and who is not going here and there. The Mossad is messing things up for Israelis who have dual nationality and want to be able to work in Europe without being viewed with suspicion just because they are Jewish. Great job, Israel! Deny this, because this is horrible for you.

    from the article: Report: German passport tied to Dubai hit wasn`t forged
    First published 11:14 20.02.10 | Last updated 23:56 20.02.10
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