Thursday, February 25, 2010

Firestorm Pursuits Zionist Assassins: Mossad Suspects Now 26 As Australia Strongly Warns Israeli Ambassador Judaics Will Lose Friends


“We will not be silent on this matter,” Australian Prime Minister Rudd said.

There are now 26 people suspected of involvement in the killing of Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.

Dubai murder suspects climb to 26

February 25, 2010 -- Updated 1656 GMT (0056 HKT)

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) -- Police announced 15 new suspects in the January killing of a Hamas leader at a Dubai hotel, bringing to 26 the number of people suspected of involvement in his death.

Authorities previously had released a list of 11 suspects in the killing of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, a founding member of Hamas' military wing. Al-Mabhouh was found dead in his hotel room January 20.

Police believe he was killed the night before and suspect the Mossad, the secretive Israeli foreign intelligence unit, was behind his killing.

Among the new suspects are six more people who allegedly used British passports in the commission of the crime, four others using Irish passports, two other French passport holders and three people, including a woman, traveling on Australian passports, police said in a statement Wednesday.

The total number of suspects using British passports is now at 12, police said, along with six Irish passport holders and four French passport holders. Another suspect using a German passport was announced earlier this month. The three Australian passports are new.

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A slew of new fake passports have been released by Dubai police, and included three Australians, including 'Joshua Daniel Bruce.'

Australia Warns Israel Over Faux Passports In Dubai Assassination Of Hamas Chief

Thursday, February 25th 2010, 7:55 AM

The Land Down Under is none too happy to have itself added to the slew of nations caught up in the passport fiasco surrounding the targeted killing of a top Hamas chief by an elaborate hit squad.

A day after it was announced by Dubai police that more false passports were found to have been used by another 15 assassins, Australia has issued a statement CONDEMNING Israel, whom authorities have blamed for the killing of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.

"I made it crystal clear to the [Israeli] ambassador that if the results of that investigation cause us to come to the conclusion that the abuse of Australian passports was in any way sponsored or condoned by Israeli officials," said Australian Foreign Minister Stephen Smith, according to CNN, "then Australia would not regard that as the act of a friend."

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