Newspaper: British Passports Were Copied By Airport Official in Tel Aviv For Hit in Dubai

The Sunday Telegraph has published a report that the false passports used in the assassination of Mahmoud al Mabhouh in Dubai were copied by airport officials from the originals in Tel Aviv. The allegation would add evidence of a government plan to steal the identities of the British citizens living in Israel.

False passports included the identities of six British-Israelis and five Irish citizens.

The six Britons have been offered new passports to prevent their being arrested by Interpol, which is looking for the eleven assassins (here.

The British government has denied a report that it was told of the use of the passports, here.

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4 thoughts on “Newspaper: British Passports Were Copied By Airport Official in Tel Aviv For Hit in Dubai”

  1. all the money and equipment we’ve given them over the years and good ol u.s.of a identities and passports weren’t good enough for them. ungrateful bastards

  2. Makes me pleased I live in the US. I know that they would never do anything such as this.

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