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    • JDR
    • 17.02.10 | 01:36 (IST)

    Dear Mr. Melman, I am actually used to enjoy your articles. But please: A hit in Dubai by people with badly forged passports, while Israeli Intelligence Agencies have the option of using original ones, seemingly trying to hide the hit, but using names of real israeli persons. Your theory of two teams working as spotter and hitter eventually doesn't work out either, as the people in Dubai seem to have been working in more and smaller teams. Please ask around, do a thorough analysis and rethink. This is not about raising the deterrent capacity of israels agencies - thats obviously already pretty good and could only be hurt, when caiming a hit which later proofs to be another mans work. It's at least to some extent on your credibility as an author on intelligence matters.

    from the article: At least five Israelis 'share names with Dubai hit squad suspects'
    First published 15:50 16.02.10 | Last updated 23:23 16.02.10
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