2010年6月15日火曜日

ハマス幹部暗殺事件 モサド協力者逮捕

ハマス幹部暗殺事件のモサド協力者が逮捕された。
 ドイツ当局は、UEAのドバイで起きたパレスチナのイスラム原理主義組織
ハマス幹部の暗殺事件で、イスラエルの対外特務機関モサドの協力者とみら
れる男が、事件の準備に関与した疑いでポーランドのワルシャワで逮捕された
ことを明らかにした。

Uri Brodsky
6/4にワルシャワ空港で逮捕
情報将校(所属軍隊は不明。モサド?、イスラエル軍?)
独モサドの終身代表
ドバイのハマス幹部暗殺事件では非容疑者
嫌疑は完全否定

米国出身のMichael Bodenheimerは、戦前に独に住むユダヤ人の子供だった
ため、独市民権を得られるが、今までポスポートを申請したことがなかった。

英国系イスラエル人のMelvyn Adam Mildinerは、イスラエルで生活して
いるが、個人情報を盗まれたと言う。

モサド一派は彼らの個人情報を利用したらしい。
渡航しないと思われる人を利用したようだ。

独にモサド支部があることは知らなかった。
多分、オーストリアに司令室があるらしいので、そちらの分室かもしれない。

単純に考えれば、パスポートを偽造された個人の近郊にヒューミントが生活
して、個人の情報が入手しやすい学校や市役所と言った公的機関、教会、
銀行や会員制の会社から情報を得たと言うのが昔は多かったらしいが、
最近は、ネット上で、クレジットカード情報が売り買いされるようなので、
確証にたどり着くのに大変なようだ。
ハマス幹部のスケジュールが筒抜けだったことに加え、各国にある支部から
先鋭を抜擢して、犯行を行ったとすれば、用意周到だったことがさらに推測
できる。

ハマスとイスラエル


Mossad agent arrested in Poland over Dubai assassination


---偽造旅券申請ほう助で逮捕 ハマス幹部暗殺事件---
2010.6.13 00:24
http://sankei.jp.msn.com/world/europe/100613/erp1006130026000-n1.htm

 ドイツDPA通信によると、ドイツ当局は12日までに、アラブ首長国連邦(UAE)のドバイで1月に起きたパレスチナのイスラム原理主義組織ハマス幹部の暗殺事件で、イスラエルの対外特務機関モサドの協力者とみられる男が、事件の準備に関与した疑いでポーランドのワルシャワで逮捕されたことを明らかにした。
 この男は、別のモサド関係者が偽造パスポートをドイツで申請した際、手助けした疑いが持たれている。ドイツ当局は、男を指名手配していた。(共同)


--- The real Michael Bodenheimer keeps a low profile---
By SAM CROSS
06/14/2010 10:11
http://www.jpost.com/Israel/Article.aspx?id=178342

“We’re not very excited that my husband’s name has been used in this way, but it makes no difference, what's been done has been done."

When Rabbi Michael Bodenheimer made aliya with his family, he could not have imagined that one day he would be entangled in a web of international espionage.

Originally from the United States, Bodenheimer currently resides in Bnei Brak and reportedly heads a kollel in Modi’in Illit. A woman identifying herself as his wife spoke to The Jerusalem Post briefly on Sunday, saying the family had been surprised to see Bodenheimer’s name linked to the assassination of Hamas operative Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.

“We’re not very excited that my husband’s name has been used in this way, but it doesn’t make any difference now,” the woman told the Post. “What has been done has been done, and we have no other comment besides that.”

According to foreign media reports, an Israeli secured a German passport in June 2009 under the name of Michael Bodenheimer. As the son of a pre-war Jewish citizen of Germany, he is entitled to a German passport and citizenship.

However, when the Dubai story originally broke, Bodenheimer told Maariv that he had made no such requests.

“I have never asked for a German passport. I have never had one,” he said.

On Saturday, Poland arrested an intelligence officer by the name of Uri Brodsky for his alleged use of “false information” to obtain Bodenheimer’s passport, according to a spokesman for the German federal public prosecutor.

While Brodsky was not the individual who allegedly travelled with Bodenheimer’s German passport to Dubai, he had been present during the passport application process, according to the spokesman.

Bodenheimer is not the only victim of what is alleged to have been identity theft by the Mossad. British-Israelis Melvyn Adam Mildiner, Stephen Hodes and Paul John Keeley also found their names among the 11-member squad of Mossad agents, as released by Dubai police, that allegedly carried out the assassination last January in Dubai.

Mildiner, who lives in Beit Shemesh, told Ynet in February that he realized his identity had been stolen only after reading media reports. He said he was deeply troubled by the news.

“Everyone [from his family] is angry and afraid, especially at the prospect of having trouble leaving Israeli borders,” he said.

“I also don’t know what are the other repercussions concerning my identity.”

Jewish Agency spokesman Michael Jankelowitz denied that the Israeli government asks olim to use their identities.

“No such clause exists,” he said.


---Germany may have intentionally leaked alleged Mossad man's arrest---
Published 02:04 14.06.10
Latest update 02:04 14.06.10
By Yossi Melman
http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/news/germany-may-have-intentionally-leaked-alleged-mossad-man-s-arrest-1.295977

Germany issued an international arrest warrant for Uri Brodsky on suspicion that he was involved in fraudulently obtaining a German passport.

A German weekly's report on the arrest of an alleged Israeli Mossad agent in Poland thwarted an emerging deal for his release, Polish sources told Haaretz. As a result, both Israel and Poland suspect the story was leaked to Der Spiegel by German officials.

According to Der Spiegel, Germany issued an international arrest warrant for Uri Brodsky on suspicion that he was involved in fraudulently obtaining a German passport, which Mossad agents then allegedly used to assassinate senior Hamas official Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai in January.

Brodsky was arrested in Poland on June 4. One report claims he entered Poland with multiple passports.

The Polish government refuses to divulge any information about the arrest of Brodsky. Poland's ambassador to Israel has refused to comment for this report.

Due to the official cloak of secrecy, information about the arrest has not been completely fleshed out. Another report says he entered on a Polish passport - though that seems unlikely, because then he would have been arrested as a Polish citizen and his treatment would have been different. The more likely scenario is that he entered on either an Israeli or some other foreign passport.

A Polish source told Haaretz that the case is being handled by the Polish security service, which maintains close ties with both its German counterpart, the BND, and the Mossad.

Many questions remain unanswered in the affair. It is still not known, for instance, whether Uri Brodsky is the detainee's real name, or what role he allegedly played in Germany: Was he the Mossad's permanent representative in Germany, or did he come to Germany especially to secure the false passport, issued in the name of a real Israeli citizen, Michael Bodenheimer - a Bnei Brak rabbi who is entitled to a German passport because his grandparents were German?

A spokesman for Germany's federal prosecution told reporters that the offenses of which Brodsky is suspected - obtaining a document by fraud and membership in a foreign intelligence agency - carry a maximum sentence of five years.

Brodsky is not suspected of involvement in the actual hit on Mabhouh, and is not on the list of 36 suspects in that case that Dubai has given to Interpol.

Dubai's police chief, Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, announced in an interview with The National newspaper yesterday that his country has no intention of requesting Brodsky's extradition to Dubai - even though Mabhouh's family has asked Dubai to do so.

In contrast, another paper, Gulf News, reported yesterday that Dubai is still considering requesting Brodsky's extradition. But even if Dubai made such a request, it seems unlikely that either Germany or Poland would comply.

One complication in Israel's efforts to secure Brodsky's release is that Germany apparently issued a European arrest warrant for him rather than an Interpol "red alert."

Nick Kaufman, an attorney who specializes in international law, explained to Haaretz that a red alert merely means a suspect is wanted for questioning, and is considered nonbinding. Therefore, states can exercise some discretion over whether to comply, and the suspect can also fight the extradition in court.

However, Kaufman continued, a European arrest warrant must be honored by other European Union members, and is not even subject to judicial review in the arresting country.

Brodsky himself told the Polish authorities that he is a businessman and completely innocent of the suspicions against him.

If he is a Mossad agent, as claimed in the foreign press, the question must be asked of why the spy agency allowed him to travel to an EU member state, regardless of whether he was on personal or Mossad business?

Did the Mossad not know about the German warrant? Did it not care? Or did it simply have no choice, given its relatively small cadre of experienced agents, but to reuse some of those involved in killing Mabhouh?

Avi Issacharoff and Ofer Aderet contributed to this report.


---Suspected Israeli spy arrested at Warsaw airport---
12.06.2010 19:31
http://www.thenews.pl/international/artykul133445_suspected-israeli-spy-arrested-at-warsaw-airport.html

An Israeli suspected of being involved in the Dubai Hamas killing was arrested last week at Warsaw airport, it has been revealed.

Germany issued an European arrest warrant for the man, named as Uri Brodsky, in connection with the use of a German passport by one of the killers of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in a Dubai hotel in January.

The Gazeta Wyborcza newspaper reports that Israel's embassy in Warsaw has approached Polish authorities requesting a postponement of his extradition. The Israeli Foreign Ministry said Brodsky was "receiving consular attention as any other citizen would."

Israel denies that Mossad agents were involved in the killing of the Hamas leader.

The Polish government has yet to make a statement on the arrest. (pg)

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