Israeli 'spy' held by Polish police over murder of Hamas leader in Dubai hotel

An alleged Israeli spy has been arrested over the killing of a Hamas terrorist leader in a Dubai hotel.
The assassination team stole the identities of up to 12 Britons before killing Mahmoud al-Mabhouh at a luxury hotel in Dubai.
Fake British, Irish, French, German and Australian passports were used as cover by 26 members of the feared Israeli secret service, Mossad.
The German passport of Michael Bodenheimer allegedly used by Uri Brodsky
Fake picture: The German passport of Michael Bodenheimer allegedly used by Uri Brodsky
Polish police arrested an Israeli man in Warsaw over the cloning of the German passports, it emerged yesterday.
German magazine Der Spiegel said the arrested man had been using the name Uri Brodsky.


Israel has neither confirmed nor denied any role in the assassination, prompting international indignation.
Britain reacted to the identity theft by ordering home Israel's top spy in London.
The then Foreign Secretary David Miliband condemned the abuse of British passports as a 'profound disregard for the sovereignty of the United Kingdom'.
Mabhouh, 48, was electrocuted and suffocated in his hotel in January.
An Israeli foreign ministry official said: 'We recognise a case involving an Israeli citizen arrested in Poland, who is receiving consular assistance.'
 
 
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