Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Mossad and the foreign passports

Of course, they will get away with it; there will be a few complaints here and there, but they will get away with it and just imagine waking up one morning to find that you are being accused of a murder that happened while you were asleep! Quite kafkaesque, isn't it? And according to the 'Times' we have Avigdor Lieberman saying that "the evidence was circumstantial but he did not deny Israeli involvement.

Alright, too much exophoric reference here, so I will get straight to the point. The Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh was assassinated in Dubai and it would appear that the Mossad XI used the passport details six people from Britain, three from Ireland and one each from France and Germany.  Note the academic caution; "it would appear", well we don't really know, do we? After all, Mr Lieberman also tells us that: "There is no reason to think that it was the Israeli Mossad and not some other intelligence service or country up to some mischief." Yes, we only have circumstantial evidence but enough of it apparently that the British government has summoned the Israeli ambassador to explain the use of passports held by six British-born Israelis. "six British-born Israelis", that's right, a few of those millions of lucky Zionists who get to pick where they want to live, while the Palestinians get kicked out of their homes. However, I am digressing so back to the story and it might be that our lucky dual-nationals will be getting a little visit from the 'Shin Bet' and a little explanation as to why their passports were used. Of course, that is little comfort for the rest of us and their is no reason not to suspect that the next time Mossad get their little team together, they will use any passports which they deem suitable and which they come into possession of.

Still, we don't know for sure that it was them, do we? After all, the evidence at this stage is only "circumstantial" and anyway, even if our suspects were caught in flagrante, as they were on their murder spree in Gaza, we still don't have real proof, do we? Not real proof, like dead civilians lying all over the place! Moreover, might this "little" incident not just be another case of blatant anti-Semitism? Yes, that's it; this bad publicity is just blatant anti-Semitism and the 'New York Times' informs us that:"The Israeli government, deeply worried about the country’s declining international image, began a campaign today to turn every Israeli — and ultimately every Jew — into a traveling public relations agent." How weird, how kafkaesque and don't they realise that their perceived "declining international image" is because they kill and mistreat civilians, because they steal even their friends passports, because they are breaking international law, day in and day out. 

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