Friday, February 19, 2010

Dubai Will More Than Likely Arrest Benjamin Netanyahu For Mossad Assassins Operation: NATO Partnership With Israelis Becomes PR Nightmare

Now that Dubai has 99% confirmed that Mossad orchestrated the Hamas Assassination they will more than likely arrest Benjamin Netanyahu who gave signatory authority for this killing to happen. The NATO Strategic Concept is now viewed as a farce around the world because of its primary Middle East "Zionist Partnership". Also, NATO has remained strangely silent during this international incident. Stay tuned as this plot thickens. - Johnny

The Europe-NATO-Israel Triangle

A Mossad Hit Backfires On Netanyahu … Again

February 20, 2010

THAT same old feeling for Benjamin Netanyahu must be excruciating. And it is probably cold comfort for the Israeli Prime Minister that his Palestinian counterpart, Mahmoud Abbas, is likely to suffer along with him.

When Netanyahu last was his nation's leader, Mossad served up a dish of malodorous failure when it bungled the attempted assassination of a future leader of Hamas. That was in 1997, when the spy agency's plan to inject a mysterious poison into Khalid Mishal's ear turned to farce in the streets of Amman in Jordan.

Twelve years on, Netanyahu has again let Mossad loose and as a result he now presides over a diplomatic and PR nightmare in the wake of an otherwise successful hit on another senior Hamas figure who the Israelis claim was about to close an arms deal in the United Arab Emirates.

As is often the case in the Middle East, this one has percolated slowly - the body of the arms dealer Mahmoud al-Mabhouh was found in Room 230 of the plush Al Bustan Rotana Hotel on January 20.

But it was not until this week - with Mabhouh long in the grave and seemingly forgotten in the wider world - that the whole business erupted as a media sensation for Netanyahu.

Had Mossad's indiscretion been to offend just the Dubai sheikhs, already on their knees financially, Israel might have fobbed them off - possibly enlisting Washington to back-channel a half-hearted apology.

But in an operation that almost certainly required a personal sign-off by Netanyahu, Israel has given deep offence in London, Dublin, Paris and Berlin - because the Mossad team used these governments' passports as cover for its hitmen in Dubai.

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Dubai police said they'll issue a warrant for the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu if an investigation concludes that Israel's Mossad intelligence service was behind the murder in the emirate of a senior Hamas official.

"For Mossad to carry out operations outside of Israel, the prime minister must have signed off on it," police chief Dahi Khalfan Tamim said in a telephone interview Friday. "When you carry on an assassination operation in someone else's territory you should expect a response."

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