2010年10月15日金曜日

ドバイ ハマス暗殺主犯格拘束

ハマスを暗殺した主犯格を拘束した。
 ドバイの警察長官は、パレスチナのイスラム原理主義組織ハマス幹部
暗殺事件の主犯格が約2カ月前に「西側の国」で拘束されたと明らかにした。
 長官は主犯格の国籍や身元など詳細は明らかにしなかった。拘束は
この西側の国の駐UAE大使を通じて伝えられたという。
 事件は今年1月にドバイで発生。イスラエルの対外特務機関モサドの
犯行との見方が強く、事件に使われた偽造旅券に関連して英国やアイル
ランド、豪がイスラエル外交官を国外追放。

政治的配慮のため、一切公表しないとのこと。
ポーランドで文書偽造関連により逮捕されたイスラエル人は、独に送還
されたが、後日で保釈金を支払い釈放となったようだ。
イスラエル人が犯罪に関与しているため、逮捕された国も公表しないとの
こと。暗殺だけでなく、もっと他の事件にも絡んでいるため、逮捕した
ことも地方ニュースだけとしたのか、陽動作戦なのかは不明。

ドバイ ハマスの幹部が暗殺
ハマスとイスラエル
ハマス幹部暗殺事件 モサド協力者逮捕


---ドバイ警察当局「ハマス殺害の主犯格を2カ月前に拘束」---
2010.10.11 19:53
http://sankei.jp.msn.com/world/mideast/101011/mds1010111954001-n1.htm

 11日付のアラブ首長国連邦(UAE)紙ナショナルによると、ドバイの警察長官は10日、パレスチナのイスラム原理主義組織ハマス幹部暗殺事件の主犯格が約2カ月前に「西側の国」で拘束されたと明らかにした。
 長官は主犯格の国籍や身元など詳細は明らかにしなかった。拘束はこの西側の国の駐UAE大使を通じて伝えられたという。
 事件は今年1月にドバイで発生。イスラエルの対外特務機関モサドの犯行との見方が強く、事件に使われた偽造旅券に関連して英国やアイルランド、オーストラリアがイスラエル外交官を国外追放にしている。(共同)


---Dubai Police Report Arrest in Hamas Murder Case---
OCTOBER 11, 2010, 6:10 P.M. ET
By CHIP CUMMINS
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703794104575545750050113226.html

DUBAI-The police chief leading the probe of the January murder of a top Hamas official here told a local newspaper that an unnamed country has made an arrest in the case, though he didn't provide details and chastised authorities in that country for not disclosing the arrest.

Lt. Gen. Dahi Khalfan Tamim, Dubai's long-time police chief, suggested in an interview published Monday that political considerations could be holding up public disclosure of the arrest. Gen. Tamim has accused Israel's Mossad intelligence agency of orchestrating the killing, a charge that Israeli officials have said isn't supported by evidence.

Since the Jan. 19 murder of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, a top official in the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, several governments-including close allies to Israel-have cooperated in the probe. Gen. Tamim suggested the arrest hasn't yet been made public because of Israel's alleged involvement.

"I do not have an explanation for why they do not want to make it public, but there is a need for more transparency in this case," Mr. Tamim told the National newspaper, based in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, which also includes Dubai. "Why is it that every time an Israeli is involved in a crime, everyone goes mute? We want anyone who is dealing with this case to deal with it as security case, and not to pay attention to any other consideration."

The interview comes after The Wall Street Journal reported late last week in a front-page article that several early leads in the case have gone cold, frustrating international investigators. Gen. Tamin said in the interview that the investigation was "far from stalled, and that the investigation is still ongoing at many levels."

Email and telephone messages to Dubai police and to a spokesman for Gen. Tamim weren't returned. So far, two Palestinians have been detained in the case. An Israeli man was extradited from Poland to Germany on charges of document fraud related to the case, but this summer he was released on bail.

Gen. Tamim declined in the interview to provide further details of the reported arrest, and didn't name the country in which the arrest was made. Dubai has released details of 33 suspects, many of whom used fake or fraudulently obtained passports from eight countries. The U.K., Australia and Ireland have all blamed Israel for forging passports in the case after their own investigations, and each expelled an Israeli diplomat in protest.

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