February 16, 2010

Sekrit Evil Zionist Conspiracy

Never Fails To Make Me Smile!!eleventy!1!

Back in January the Jawa Report posted on the assassination of Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Mabhouh

Some details are now coming out and it sounds pretty kewl.

Let's start with The Independant:

An 11-member hit squad, composed mostly of UK passport holders, was responsible for the killing of a leader of the Hamas armed wing in a Dubai hotel room last month, the country's police chief told reporters yesterday.

Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim showed a news conference surveillance video of the alleged assassination team arriving on separate flights to Dubai the day before Mahmoud al-Mabhouh was found dead by staff at the Bustan Rotana hotel...

And al-Jazeera lets us know about two Palistineans who have been arrested for providing logistical support to the 11-member team.

Police said that the killers used an electronic device to enter Mabhouh's room and lay in wait for him.

"He was strangled after receiving maybe an electric shock," Khalfan said on Monday.

Then Haaretz tells us about Ireland's determination that the passports used by 3 of the assassins were conterfeits.

Dubai will soon issue arrest warrants for the 11 suspects, but Tamim said Monday that he had still not ruled out Israeli involvement. While he did not accuse Israel directly, Tamim did say it was possible that "leaders of certain countries gave orders to their intelligence agents."

"We do not rule out Mossad, but when we arrest those suspects we will know who masterminded it. [We have not] issued arrest warrants yet, but will do so soon," he told a press conference on Monday.

Tamim revealed surveillance video of the alleged assassination team arriving on separate flights to Dubai the day before Mabhouh was found dead; the suspects also checked into separate hotels. They paid for all expenses in cash and used different mobile phone cards to avoid being traced, he added.

You will not survive make your time. Ha Ha Ha - Mossad

By Ronin at 08:46 AM | Comments |