Dubai may seek extradition of alleged Mossad spy
Dubai may seek the extradition of an alleged Mossad spy arrested in Poland.
Dubai: Dubai may seek the extradition of an
alleged Mossad spy arrested in Poland on suspicion of
involvement in the killing of a Hamas operative in the
Police Chief Lt Gen Dahi Khalfan Tamim says a request may
come if a "direct link to the assassination on our soil" is
established. His remarks were reported today by The Gulf News.
The detained man, using the name Uri Brodsky, is
suspected of working for Mossad to issue a fake German
passport to a member of a hit-squad that allegedly killed
Hamas agent Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai in January.
Dubai police have identified 32 suspects they say
traveled to the Gulf city-state on forged European and
Australian passports to kill al-Mabhouh.
Brodsky was arrested on a European warrant issued by