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    • Mylan
    • 02.03.10 | 16:28 (IST)

    The Mossad sends 27 agents(but it seems that accdg. to the Dubai Police Chief, this will soon total hundreds or even thousands of agents) to Dubai to assasinate one Hamas terrorist. The true identities of real Israelis are stolen by Israeli agents to get into Dubai. Why? I ask again, why? Even if the target were the head Hamas terrorist, Haniya, the Mossad would not operate in this manner. Egypt and Jordan are just as motivated as Israel to thwart Hamas, maybe even more. Mabhouh was in possession of something which would cause Egypt/Jordan damage. Thus, it seems certain that Jordan and/or Egypt were behind the hit, and in order to cover their tracks and avoid an internal Arab backlash, and to cause a setback to the rival Mossad, they used Israeli identities. A clever and well thought out plan and brilliantly executed. Kudos, Muhabarat, whichever nation you are from!!

    from the article: Hamas: Jordan or Egypt likely behind Dubai hit
    First published 10:36 02.03.10 | Last updated 14:44 02.03.10
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