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In Dubai attack, signs of Mossad shadow war

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“If we, the citizens of Israel, want this state to continue to exist, we must be ready to fight for it day and night, in the light and also in the darkness,”

If this is the work of Mossad, my father said it best -0- For being God's chosen people, the Israelis are some of the meanest SOBs in the world. Defending yourself during an attack is one thing, but assassination is the choice of the offender.

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Its funny how every armchair analyst has already decided that this was Mossad. All that the Dubai government has shown are some grainy video pictures from people walking around, there is not even any proof that any of these people had anything to do with the killing of the killer.

If the accused wasn´t Isreal, this "evidence" would be laughed away.

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If only the CIA or MI6 were as good as the Mossad.

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Its funny how every armchair analyst has already decided that this was Mossad.

Yes, including some senior Israeli intelligence officials, who were convinced the Mossad were behind it.

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Yes, along with other Israeli intelligence experts who say they think Mossad was not behind it.

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This stinks of Israeli terrorists.

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Firstly, I am not sure that killing a terrorist is correctly labelled "terrorism".

Secondly, if somethings "stinks" here, it is the predictable rush to judgement that the nasty Jews did it.

Fact is, from the grainy pictures of people walking around in a hotel (and nothing else has presented as evidence), the only things that we know for sure are:

A Hamas terrorist is dead. The Dubai governmnent is amazingly eager to blame Israel.

The rest is speculation.

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Secondly, if somethings "stinks" here, it is the predictable rush to judgement that the nasty Jews did it.

I have yet to see anyone here blame the "nasty Jews", most of us are blaming Israel. Using the antisemitism card to deflect criticism is usually not a good sign.

The Dubai governmnent is amazingly eager to blame Israel.

Most of the world is.

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Most of the world is.

I guess this disproves the theory some peddle that the media is Jewish and/or Israeli controlled, huh? See, there is always a silver lining.

The fact is there is no specific proof of Mossad involvement at this time. In fact, as Grafton pointed out, another Hamas member was arrested in Syria in connection with this incident. Two other Palestinians have been arrested in Jordan and are now in Dubai. So far, these are the only suspects in custody. Yet, this goes ignored by most in favor of Mossad.

I will also say that although, anti-semetism and anti-Israeli sentiment should be seperate affairs, amongst some individuals they coexists. Hints to this lie in Jews being mentioned as occupying too many positions of power, etc. Of course, anyone who would make such statements has more on their minds than just Israel.

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The european medias are convinced of the guiltiness of Mossad, as obviously, British, German, French and Irish secret agencies knows exactly what happened. The governments of those countries convoked their Israeli representatives to have the explanation about the incident.

It must be a highly skilled group who could make the real-fake electronic passport of those different contries. And it's only the Israeli agancy that could steal the identities of 5 Israeli citizens for those passports.

Even the most of Israeli media and Israeli people accuse Mossad to be involved in this assasination.

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it's only the Israeli agancy that could steal the identities of 5 Israeli citizens for those passports.

Why? As has already been pointed out, lots of identity theft goes on all the time. Doubtlessly, most of it has nothing to do with Israel or Mossad.

Even the most of Israeli media and Israeli people accuse Mossad to be involved in this assasination.

That's okay. Until better evidence came along, most of the world thought the world was flat, too.

Better to wait until some actual evidence comes to light before jumping on the Mossad wagon. There certainly does not seem to be any evidence so far.

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Doubtlessly, most of it has nothing to do with Israel or Mossad.

Peple who trust Israel blib dly like you make Israel to act with impunity. I know that you are a vehement Israel supporter, often without reason, but it doesn't help Israel to be a real democratic nation. Many jewish people ( like "Jewish voice for peace") are more realistic and very critical about actual Israel regime.

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FromEurope,

Who said anything about 'blindly trusting' Israel. In this case it seems many are 'blindly blaming' Israel. This has nothing to do with support of Israel at all. I criticize Israel when I feel there is something to criticize. As of yet, no one has presented any evidence to point to Israel. BTW, Israel is a democratic nation and all of its citizens have the right to vote.

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In this case it seems many are 'blindly blaming' Israel.

Including senior Israeli intelligence officials. One would have to be blind not to blame Israel at this point.

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Including senior Israeli intelligence officials.

There are also Israelis inteligence experts saying it could not have been Mossad. With no proof, blaming Israel is just blindness. As of yet, no one has presented any evidence to point to Israel.

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