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    • JDR
    • 16.02.10 | 12:13 (IST)

    I can't see, how Mr. Melman seems to identify distinctive Israeli patterns in this hit. From all my readings I got an impression of the israeli services are conducting wet operations only on 100 % intelligence - and by that I mean one hundred and not 90% and not 95%. Most hits definitely operated by them therefore seem to happen in a theater, where the behaviour of the target is known, which means his area of living, where the risk of surprises is reduced as much as possible. Comparing published details of operations conducted by intelligence services all over the world there seems to at last one, which resembles the hit in Dubai far more than all Mossad/MI neutralizations and the involved power has a great interest in the middle east. I don't mind Tel Aviv taking the bullet on this one for a good friend, but I don't think it should be too keen on it either. Whoever killed the man did the state of Israel a favor, but he'd better died in Syria, lebanon or Tehran.

    from the article: Hamas man's Dubai death was a Mossad-style execution
    First published 02:16 16.02.10 | Last updated 23:00 16.02.10
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