Hamas suspects the security forces of an Arab state were behind the assassination of a senior group operative in Dubai earlier this year, the Al-Quds Al-Araby daily reported on Tuesday.
Mahmoud Nasser, a member of Hamas’ political bureau, told the newspaper that slain commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh was likely being tracked by agents from Jordan and Egypt prior to the January 19 killing Â Read more: Egypt or Jordan Dunnit
Too bad about disspointing all those who immediately thought the assassination of Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh was the work of the Israeli Mossad. in other words:Â “It’s got toÂ be da Jooos” . The Tundra Tabloids, as well asÂ Vlad Tepes are bothÂ on record, well over a week ago, as viewing Iran to have been the culprit all along.
TT: “The Tundra Tabloids however, believes that, while Israel’s role can’t be ruled out,Â it is also worthwhile to take a closer look at Iran. It’s very likely thatÂ Mahmoud al Mabhouh ran afoul with the Iranian regime, with Israeli citizens’ indentities having been stolen and used by the team that took Mabhouh out, that scenario looks the more plausible of the two.”
ThisÂ report from PowerLine blog provides the following details:
“An additional complication came to light this week. If the assassination was a Mossad operation, would members of the assassination team have hightailed it to…Iran?
In a brief article, the New York Times reported that the Dubai police released the names of 15 more suspects on Wednesday. For those keeping track, that brings the number of assassination team suspects to 26.
The Times reserved this “striking detail” for the sixth paragraph of its article: two of the new suspects, identified as Nicole Sandra McCabe and Adam Marcus Korman and carrying Australian passports, left Dubai on a ship bound for Iran. “The statement included no further information about the two suspects or why they would have gone to Iran.” The Times does not seek to assess the implication of this fact for the imputation of the operation to the Mossad.”
Yes ladies and gentlemen, Israeli Mossad agents don’t list Iran as their favored destination when going on the lam.
But hey, why not blame da Jooozzz? Â “Lets Â arrest Nethanyahu….”
DUBAI police say they are seeking the arrest of Israel’s prime minister and the head of its spy agency over the murder of a top Hamas militant in a hotel room of the Gulf city-state.
Good luck with that, boyz! Â Newscom.au