Monday, February 22, 2010

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EU Condemns Use Of Fake Passports In Hamas Assassination

European Union | 22.02.2010

EU foreign ministers meeting in Brussels on Monday have strongly condemned the use of fake European passports used in the killing of a Hamas official in Dubai last month.

European Union foreign ministers issued a statement condemning the use of forged EU passports in the killing of a leading Hamas militant in Dubai.

"The EU strongly condemns the fact that those involved in this action used fraudulent EU member states' passports and credit cards acquired through the theft of EU citizens' identities," the declaration issued Monday said.

Although the statement avoided any explicit mention of Israel, Dubai authorities have said they believe Israel's secret service was involved in the killing. Israel has refused to confirm or deny any involvement.

The foreign ministers are to meet with Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman later on Monday.

The alleged killers of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh used 11 forged passports from Germany, France, the United Kingdom and Ireland when they entered the United Arab Emirates. Al-Mabhouh was found dead in his Dubai hotel on January 20.

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The Dubai Assassins

Alleged Killer Left Traces in Cologne and Herzliya, Israel

The Israeli intelligence agency, the Mossad, will neither deny nor accept responsibility for the murder of Hamas weapons dealer Mahmoud al-Mabhouh. But one of the alleged Dubai assassins, a man working under the alias Michael Bodenheimer, left traces in Cologne, Germany and Herzliya, Israel.

The man who came into the Cologne citizen registry office in early summer 2009 was in a hurry. He introduced himself as Michael Bodenheimer and requested a national identity card and a German passport.

He was an Israeli citizen, he explained -- he had moved to Germany in mid-June. He offered proof in form of an Israeli passport that had been issued in Tel Aviv in November 2008. As proof of his eligibility for German citizenship, he provided the marriage certificate of his parents, who had fled Germany to escape the Nazis. According to the Article 116 of the German constitution, "former citizens of Germany, and there descendants, are entitled to German citizenship."

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