ISRAEL: Ireland sends Israeli diplomat packing with a message that forging passports is ‘clearly unacceptable’

The government of Ireland called on Israel to
“withdraw a designated member of its staff” from its embassy in
Dublin,  Tuesday. This polite wording means that a third country is
kicking out a Mossad rep over misuse — forgery, in this case — of its
passports in the assassination of Mahmoud el Mabhouh in Dubai in
January. Previously, Britain and Australia each sent packing an unnamed
Israeli diplomat said to be the intelligence agency’s representative in
response to the misuse of their passports.

Irish Foreign Minister Micheal Martin said in a statement that the
misuse of Irish passports by a state with which Ireland enjoys friendly,
if sometimes frank, bilateral relations is clearly unacceptable and
requires a “firm response.”

The Mossad is widely believed to be behind the assassination. Israel
isn’t commenting. But quite a few Israelis with dual nationalities
learned from the Dubai police that their identities had recently visited
Dubai without them.


Minister Martin said the fact that the fake Irish passports were used
by the members of the same group who carried the forged British and
Australian passports “leads us to the … >>>

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