Saturday, February 20, 2010

INTERPOL Manhunt In 188 Countries For 11 Dubai Murder Suspects

Suspects Wanted for Murder
(Photos: Dubai Police/ABC News)

INTERPOL issued Red Notices on Thursday to assist in identification of 11 Dubai murder suspects

February 20, 2010
Updated February 21, 2010

LYON, France – INTERPOL has issued Red Notices for 11 internationally-wanted individuals who have been charged by UAE/Dubai authorities with co-ordinating and committing the murder of Palestinian national and Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai on January 19, 2010.
Since INTERPOL has reason to believe that the suspects linked to this murder have stolen the identities of real people, the Red Notices specify that the names used were aliases used to commit murder. INTERPOL has officially made public the photos and the names fraudulently used on the passports in order to limit the ability of accused murderers from traveling freely using the same false passports.
INTERPOL Red notices were sent to 188 countries who are members of the international police agency. The Red notices alerts police agencies that the 11 suspects are wanted for murder in Dubai and warrants have been issued for their arrest. Police agencies connected to INTERPOL can detain the suspects, and contact Dubai to make arrangments for extradiction. Dubai officials said that they will bring the suspects to justice.
Dubai offcials confirmed the passports used by the suspects were not fake or forged, but authentic passports issued to citizens. How the suspects were able to get real passports and then substitute photos and signatures on them has launched major investigations in countries passports originated from.
Hamas web site identified the two Palestinians arrested in connection with Al Mabhuh's homicide as Anwar Shheibar and Ahmad Hassanain. Both suspects were former security officers in the Gaza until 2006, when they went to work for a hide ranking Fatah official. Dubai police has accused the suspects of working along with the Israeli Mossad hitmen.
The murder plot conspiracy began in early January with the approval of Binyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister and Meir Dagan, Chief of Massad (Midrasha) Secret Intelligence Agency who met with some of the murder suspects at Israel's Massad agency, reported the London Sunday times citing unidentified sources. The alleged Israeli hitmen had travelled several times previously to Dubai and had scoped out the area before committing Al Mabhuh's murder.
"Dubai police have information confirming that the suspects purchased travel tickets from companies in other countries with credit cards carrying the same names we have publicized (in the passports)," Al Bayan daily (Arabic-language newspaper) on Saturday quoted Dubai Police Chief Dahi Khalfan Tamim as saying, Reuters reported. Today, Chief Tamim is convinced that evidence implicates the suspects with the Israeli Mossad.
The Sidney Morning Herald also published Saturday, "Among the new evidence available to Dubai police which incriminates the Israeli secret service, the Mossad, and confirms its involvement in the murder ... are telephone communications between the culprits who have been detected," Chief Tamim said in the newspaper Al-Bayan.
"Dubai police also have reliable information that some perpetrators bought their tickets in other countries using credit cards bearing the same identity revealed previously by the emirate," he added.
"Therefore, the perpetrators used the same passport in several countries," Chief Tamim said, reiterating that "the Mossad is 99 per cent involved" in the assassination of Al Mabhuh.

INTERPOL site for mug shots of the 11 suspects with identities used who are wanted for the murder of Mahmoud al-Madhouh in Dubai. Internet link:

Dubai police have released all 26 pictures of alleged hitmen suspected of murder and conspiring to killing Hamas leader on January 19, 2010. CNN posted pictures, false names and country of origin used at

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