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Sunday, February 28, 2010

The Mossad's message

One of Andrew Sullivan's readers gets it.
They have waltzed into Dubai, allowed themselves to be videotaped every which way -- including while putting on costumes and wigs -- killed a man, and waltzed right back out. They did it in plain sight. And they did it using British passports.

What does this say to Hamas, and Arab nation onlookers? It says that wherever you are, whatever you are doing, however many video cameras you may have watching you, we will find you, and we will kill you. And you will know who we are, and yet you will never find us. And MOST importantly: we are going to do it in as brazen a manner as possible.

We are even going to swipe the passports of some innocent British citizens, daring the West to criticize us. But we don't care. We are going to kill you in such a manner that you will immediately be able to track us down - but we'll already be gone. The Israelis didn't use fake passports not because they didn't have the technical expertise or the brains, but because they wanted to pull off their assassination in the most brazen, flagrant manner possible, while still allowing themselves to get away with it.

And just because the British and American pundits didn't pick up on this, doesn't mean Hamas didn't get the point.
Sullivan thinks the message was meant for Iran too. Read the whole thing.


At 8:17 AM, Blogger Yishai said...

verently believe it wasn't the Mossad... BUT I agree with the above reasons as to why Israel is being coy, and not denying doing it... Why not have the world think we're that brazen and crazy?


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