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The Dubai Job:

It was at that point, approximately a week after his death, that the Hamas leadership in Damascus contacted Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, chief of the Dubai Police, and informed him that they believed Al-Mabhouh had been killed by the Mossad. According to European intelligence sources, Tamim's initial reaction was to rage at them on the phone, verbally abusing senior Hamas officials for using Dubai as a battleground for espionage and terrorism. "Take yourselves and your bank accounts and your weapons and your forged fucking passports and get out of my country," he reportedly shouted. Once he calmed down, though, a cursory review of the hotel-security footage from the cameras outside room 230 at the time of Al-Mabhouh's death convinced Tamim that he needed to open an investigation immediately.
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5 Responses:

  1. Russell Borogove says:

    "We used to say that it was possible to forge a passport of a country that doesn't exist!"

    Now I want a Latverian passport.

  2. Alex says:

    Passports for nonexistent states have existed and some people used them in South America into the 50s (including some notable Nazis).