Tuesday, March 23, 2010


A tiny step in the right direction will be taken by the UK in expelling an Israeli diplomat in repsonse to the finding that Israel did indeed use cloned British passports in its obvious assassination of a Hamas leader in Dubai in January this year.

But in reality this is nothing.

Israel is erasing Gaza from the map, and imprisoning the remaining Palestinians behind a concrete wall while receiving billions and billions in financial and political support from the Ziocongress and Zioparliament, both British and EU.

Look. It's dead simple.

1. We are told that Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda are the source of all global terror.
2. Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda have forever and a day named Israel as the major reason for their terror.
3. The terror that Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda have allegedly committed, and will continue to allegedly commit, is being used by our Ziocongress and Zioparliaments to implement a global police state
4. So it is in the interest of our Ziocongress and Zioparliaments to be seen to show concern for Israel's actions while actually rubbing their hands with glee that they will soon be able implant an all-controlling microchip into us to eventually end our human freedom that has troubled them over the millenia forever.
5. So in order to ease this process it is absolutely essential that al-Qaeda and its affiliates be protected, hence we protected them in Londonistan and gave them a covenant of security, and the works of Webster Tarpley and Nafeez Ahmed clearly show that al-Qaeda and its affiliates are gimps of the CIA and MI6.


From http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1158345.html

Report: Britain to expel Israeli diplomat over Dubai hit passports
By Danna Harman, Haaretz Correspondent, and Reuters
Tags: Israel news

Britain will expel an Israeli diplomat over the use of forged British passports in the assassination of Hamas chief Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai, Sky News television reported on Tuesday, without disclosing its sources.

Mabhouh was killed January in what Dubai police have said they are near certain was a hit by Israel's Mossad spy agency. Police said the killers traveled to the Gulf Arab emirate using forged passports from the U.K., Ireland, France, Germany and Australia.

Dubai authorities have named 27 alleged members of the team that tracked and killed the Palestinian, and said they used fraudulent British, Irish, French, German and Australian passports to enter and depart from Dubai.

The British Foreign Office declined to comment but said Foreign Secretary David Miliband would make a statement on the matter at 5:30 P.M. (1530 GMT).

Sky News said it did not know the level of seniority of the diplomat who faced expulsion.

The Foreign Ministry said it had no immediate comment on the report. Spokesman Yigal Palmor said he was checking the details of the report.

Israel has neither confirmed nor denied a role in the killing of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, a military commander from the Palestinian organisation Hamas, in a Dubai hotel room in January.

Britain is expected to formally link Israel to the killing of Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, who was found dead in a Dubai hotel room in January, according to a report Tuesday by the British Daily Telegraph.

Israeli Ambassador to London, Ron Prosor, was summoned to the Foreign Office in London on Monday to be told that results of an inquiry into the murder of Mabhouh have determined for certain that British passports were forged as part of the operation, according to the report.

According to the newspaper, there was growing speculation that a diplomat would be expelled as "a mark of the 'anger' within the government that British passport holders had been put at risk as a result of the operation."

Prosor was also reportedly told that a ministerial statement will be made to Parliament in the coming days formally naming the Israeli security services as responsible for the cloning of up to 15 British passports as part of the Dubai operation.

The statement will not state definitively whether the Mossad was involved and will instead mention both them and the Military Intelligence Directorate.

But the Foreign Office made it clear to Prosor that the probe had determined for certain that the passports were cloned when British citizens passed through airports on their way into Israel, with officials taking them away for 'checks' which lasted around 20 minutes.

There was no immediate response from the embassy

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