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Interpol has joined in the search for suspects in connection with the slaying of a Hamas commander in Dubai. The global police organization has issued red notices, its highest-level alert, for 16-people that are accused of killing Mahmoud al-Mabhouh. Interpol said Monday it had issued the alerts at the request of authorities in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. Al Mabhouh was killed in hotel room.
Photographs of seven of the 11 suspects in the assassination of Hamas commander last month were distributed by the government of Dubai this week in an attempt to catch them. The twist is the names used on the passports belong to other people who reside in Israel, and Haaretz newspaper reports those people contacted by reporters said their identities had been stolen. Six of the men are Britons who immigrated to Israel. The seventh is an American Israeli.
Polish authorities have extradited a man believed to be a Mossad agent to Germany, where he faces charges over a passport that was used in the slaying of a Hamas leader in Dubai earlier this year. The suspect, known as Uri Brodsky was handed over to German police at Warsaw's international airport. German prosecutors accuse him of illegally helping to procure a passport used in connection with the Jan. 19th slaying of Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh at a hotel in Dubai.