Thursday, February 18, 2010

Wanted: Dead Or Alive - Israelis Remain Silent As Interpol Issues International Manhunt For Mossad Assassins

German Foreign Minister Westerwelle said that clarification was 'imperative'

Großansicht des Bildes mit der Bildunterschrift: One of the suspects had a German passport

Interpol Puts Dubai Killing Suspects On Wanted List

The 11 people suspected of killing a Hamas commander in Dubai have been placed on international police organisation Interpol's wanted list.

Interpol has posted the photographs and names it suspects were used fraudulently by the individuals.

Dubai's police chief says he is 99% sure Israeli secret service agents were involved in Mahmoud al-Mabhouh's death, but Israel says there is no proof.

The UK has expressed "outrage" that six British passports were used.

Click here for entire BBC article


INTERPOL Issues Red Notices To Assist In Identification Of 11 Dubai Murder Suspects
18 February 2010

LYON, France – INTERPOL has issued Red Notices for 11 internationally-wanted individuals who have been charged by UAE/Dubai authorities with co-ordinating and committing the murder of Palestinian national and Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai on 19 January 2010.

Click here for entire Interpol article


Germany Calls For Israeli Explanation Over Dubai Killing

Berlin is demanding answers from Israel over the killing of a senior Hamas commander. A suspect in the killing is reported to have been carrying a German passport.

German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle has called on Israel to explain itself over the assassination of a senior member of the Palestinian militant group Hamas.

"In view of the information revealed so far I believe it is imperative to clear up thoroughly the circumstances surrounding Mahmoud al-Mabhouh's death," Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said in a statement.

Al-Mabhouh was killed last month in Dubai, where he was allegedly planning to buy weapons. Police in Dubai have said they are almost certain that Israel's secret service agency, Mossad, was behind the killing.

They have released the names and photos of 11 suspected members of a hit squad believed to have been involved in the killing of al-Mabhouh, who was found dead in a hotel room. All had European passports - six from Britain, three from Ireland, one from France and one from Germany.

The international police agency Interpol, which believes the passport identities were stolen from real individuals, has placed the suspects on its most wanted list.

Israel remains silent

Click here for entire Deutsche Welle article

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