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How much damage can Dubai do?

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It won’t hurt Jewish control over the world economy.


But it could be devastating for the infiltrating of Arab regimes and revolutionary groups.


Syria arrested at least one operator said to have assisted in the execution of the assassination


Two senior Fatah operators have also been extradited to Dubai from Jordan.

…Two former PA-affiliated Fatah members, and former PA intelligence officers in Gaza before Hamas overthrew the PA unity government in the June 2007 coup, have been named as chief suspects. Anwar Shheibar and Ahmed Hasnain were allegedly members of a death cell that carried out violent suppression of the PA’s political opponents, especially Hamas members, before they fled Gaza after the 2007 coup.

They were recently arrested in Jordan then extradited to Dubai on request of the Dubai authorities, according to newspaper reports. The two are alleged to have rented hotel rooms and hired vehicles for the assassination squad.

They are further alleged to be close contacts of Muhammad Dahlan, one of the alleged chief instigators of an attempted Gaza coup against Hamas, which the organization pre-empted.

Media reports allege both men are not only employees of one of several Dubai-based companies run by Dahlan but until recently were also on the PA payroll in Ramallah. Dahlan has denied the claims, while a PA spokesman in Ramallah refused to be drawn on the issue.



Thursday, February 19, 2009 The cousin of alleged 9/11 hijacker Ziad al-Jarrah has been exposed as a long standing Israeli spy... http://www.prisonplanet.com/cousin-of-alleged-911-hijacker-exposed-as-israeli-spy.html

And People in custody do talk. We recently saw many arrests in Lebanon for Israeli spies. (One of them, more than a year ago, was a cousin of one of the alleged 911 terrorists).  Catching one, starts a chain reaction. Add to this all the enemies of Israel no doubt running to the assistance of the Dubai police chief.

The fallout may not be good for the Israeli image in general. But that is more a case of vanity, their image has rarely stopped them doing anything.

So Jerusalem must believe the international derision is nothing compared to the victory it has just scored.



It is feasable that Israeli agents throughout the Arab world are now in danger.

Hezbollah boosts security amid spy scare
Published: March. 2, 2010 at 12:36 PM

…That was a crippling setback for the Mossad, which had used the cells to assassinate Hezbollah and Palestinian operatives in Lebanon and Syria, track Hezbollah chieftains, and locate command centers, arms dumps and safe houses.

Lebanese authorities say some of these cells were used to locate Hezbollah targets for the Israeli air force during a 34-day war in the summer of 2006 and had been tasked to spot new targets for a new conflict many fear is brewing.


A probe into spying for Israel has led to more than 50 arrests since April. More than 20 have been formally charged.

Lebanon, which is in a state of war with Israel, has described the arrests as a blow to Israel’s intelligence-gathering in the country


Mahmoud stalked across hotel lobby

Jewish power relies on people turning against one another, on people not trusting each other, hence the barage of fear in the media, and the false flags.

As much as they may value their Arab operators turning against their Arab regimes and communities. Is it any different in the USA or the UK? And where does it leave the blinkered Israeli, does he or she even know what they are fighting for? For their bloodline dating back to biblical times? Or for the Federal Reserve and the Bank of England….

Written by morris

March 3, 2010 at 12:58 am

Posted in Dubai, israel, Mossad

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