Poor Israel, it is a laughing stock (yet again) after Dubai police (not exactly grade A) were able to identify 11 Mossad terrorist men just a few days after they landed in the country and killed a mid-level figure in Hamas. All 11 faces have been released to the public:
Everything was captured on cameras:
And these murdering idiots do not even know how to create fake passports or how to hide their phone tracks:
Ireland said the names and passport numbers of three suspects did not match anything issued by its officials. Britain said it believed the six British passports were also fraudulent.
Earlier on Tueday , Ireland’s Department of Foreign Affairs said that the three Irish passport-holders accused of taking part in the assassination did not exist said on Tuesday. The trio of alleged Irishmen identified Monday in Dubai as Gail Folliard, Evan Dennings and Kevin Daveron do not appear in Ireland’s records of legitimate passport-holders, said the government, adding that the Irish passport numbers publicized by Dubai authorities also are counterfeits, because they have the wrong number of digits and contain no letters.
Austria’s interior ministry said it had launched an investigation into the suspected use of at least seven mobile phones with pre-paid Austrian chips by the suspects.
The Mossad often likes to present itself as a skilled intelligence outfit – the Alpha male of intel – but as former director of the C.I.A. Stansfield Turner once remarked that the Israeli ‘intelligence’ agency Mossad earns an A for public relations and a C for actual intelligence.
Israelis are humiliated yet again in front of the world by their incompetence and in a insecure nation, the media in Israel is desperately trying to shore up public morale and confidence. Look at this pathetic attempt in the Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz to save face:
What makes the security camera shots released last night by the Dubai police interesting is the professionalism exhibited by the suspected assassins of senior Hamas figure Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.
They arrived on separate flights from different destinations; one of them flew in via Munich and Qatar. They stayed in different hotels and were careful to make phone calls using international routers. They wore clothing that makes them difficult to identify. One is seen with a mustache and a hat, others wearing hats and glasses. They try, throughout, to appear to be innocent tourists or business people, there to enjoy themselves and even play some tennis.
The Dubai authorities claim there were two teams: one carried out surveillance of the target, while the other – which appears to be a group of younger men, at least as far as the camera shots show – carried out the killing.
Contrary to reports, the squad did not break into Mabhouh’s hotel room, nor did they knock on the door. They entered the room using copies of keys they had somehow acquired.
[The author here has to concede somewhat the ineptitude]: Two of the suspects are seen changing clothes on the security camera footage in Dubai. The actual capture of the suspects on film may reveal their identities – and even suggest only partial success of the operation.
However, it is clear that whoever they are, they knew ahead of time that in an era when terror is a global threat, security measures have also expanded considerably. Anyone embarking on an international operation of this sort takes into account that nearly every hotel, airport and basically any public building is equipped with security cameras working 24/7. Those on such a mission consider this as part of their calculated risks and do their best to distort their appearance.
In any case, if the police in Dubai manage to receive the information from Interpol regarding the suspects’ passports, they will reveal fictitious names and possibly forged passports. Therefore the information will do little for the investigation.
This is so blatant and transparent that it does not even merit serious rebuke, but I will do so anyway.
First, notice how it is writing in this most hyperbole of prose. Bragging about how they took separate flights, stayed in separate hotels and even played tennis to keep up appearances. Is this supposed to impress anyone? The most amateur person could come up with such a scheme – obviously they are not going to all hang out together. This is simple, not a fact worth bragged about. But, again, they are desperate to save face and shore up morale.
And then notice how they seek to justify their constant appearance in front of cameras as part of the plan instead of a mark of their incompetence. Certainly they must have recognized the airport cameras and hotel cameras, but they did not take precaution against them:
Although the assassination was carried out without attracting notice, the suspects allowed themselves to be photographed repeatedly on surveillance cameras, sometimes ducking into bathrooms and emerging with fake beards but still recognizable, the Dubai police say.
This is such an amateurish move to change disguises right in front of the cameras! Who does this? Poor them. They must have forgotten. But for Israeli propagandists desperate to excuse the idiocy this is all professionalism. Yes, as professional as Mr. Magoo.
And is it not amusing that they state they acquired a room key ‘somehow’ and make it sound like some create feat? As if one could not easily steal a room key from a hotel cleaning lady. ‘O the desperation!
And they end by trying to reassure Israelis that their terrorists are safe because they cannot be identified. What? They already have been identified! They cannot even acquire convincing passports or hide their call trail. Idiocy runs in Israel.
Israeli propaganda is too late at the stage. The nation has been exposed and this only hastens the day of demise for the Zionist entity.