Polish authorities say they have arrested Uri Brodsky, an alleged Israeli intelligence agent, for his part in the killing of Hamas military commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai in January. Germany wants him extradited for using a forged German passport. [BBC]
Two of the 26-strong Israeli hit squad who killed a Hamas leader in Dubai (while wearing silly wigs, glasses and fake moustaches) apparently entered the United States on false passports after the killing. So much diplomatic fun! [Times of London]
Mossad have really not done Israeli diplomats any favors. Australia has now summoned the country's envoy to ask about three new suspects in the Dubai assassination — who used fake Aussie passports. Police now suspect 26 people were involved. [BBC]
The Dubai hit squad that whacked a Hamas leader in Dubai was only denied a clean kill by the age of ubiquitous cameras and high-tech passports, according to this Atlantic story. And the danger for future assassins? Twitter?
Israeli officials are to meet with their British and Irish counterparts to talk about the passports that 'alleged' Mossad agents stole to kill a senior Hamas leader in Dubai. France and Germany, whose citizens also had passports cloned, are expected to follow suit.
The mysterious hit squad that executed, and possibly tortured, a Hamas leader in Dubai was bigger than first thought, and stole the identities of Britons living in Israel. Who are now confused as to why Interpol are searching for them.