Lets recount the pieces.. 2 Arabs working for a Dubai company front run by Fatah security boss and former strongman of Gaza (Mohammad Dahlen), 1 senior HAMAS commander, 2 "agents" escaping by a small boat to Iran, a large number of false passports (in a town known to be a hub for weapons, drugs and espionage, e.g. where false passports are quite common) and a HAMAS arms trader traveling without his regular bodyguards and en-route to China. And hit squads? They do indeed tend to be relatively small. Its the general design of things: the more involved the more room for mistakes. Too many cooks do indeed spoil the soup. So what do we have on the table? A dead mass murderer and an arrogant police chief of Dubai sipping his tea and yelling at Israel.
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from the article: Was Mossad on a fantastic adventure in Dubai?