Sounds more like Algerian trouble making & not based on fact - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zionist forever
    • 30.03.10 | 20:14 (IDT)

    Assuming there is any truth to this and not Algeria trouble making then what business is it of theirs what passport this Mossad guy travels under as long as its not Algerian? The Brits were angry because its forged British passports used, if it had been Spanish it would be for the Spanish ahthorities to decide what to do. How do the Algerians know it was forged? The British naturally have a record of legaly issued passports but Algeria doesn't have a record of Spanish passports? How do they know its a forged passport or this alleged agent wasn't a spanish national? Even though my first loyalty is to Israel and not the queen as I am an olleh from England as well as my Israeli passport I keep an up to date British one for conveniance when visiting relatives. Legally though I am a British national. How do the Algerians know this alleged Mossad agent was not a Spanish national? Sounds to me more like jumping on the back of the British passport scam to make trouble

    from the article: Report: Algeria arrests Mossad agent with fake Spanish passport
    First published 13:50 30.03.10 | Last updated 17:52 30.03.10
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