So, when the British immigration decided to expel one of Israeli diplomats whose passport was used by one of the suspects in Mahmoud murder case, Tel Aviv started to brand the Brits as DOGS (read here).
Aryeh Eldad (Israel National Union) doesn’t show much respect to the Brits whom he compares to dogs: "I think [the] British are behaving hypocritically and I don't want to offend dogs on this issue, since some dogs are utterly loyal," Eldad told Sky News.
Another MP Michael Ben-Ari took it one step further. "The British may be dogs, but they are not loyal to us, but rather to an anti-Semitic system..”
Denying any involvement in the assassination, Israel were quick to blame it on Hamas radicals in the Palestine, saying opposing factions within Hamas were behind it. However, the discovery of British stolen passports from an Israel agent recently revealed everything.
Twelve of the assassins carried British passports in the names of individuals living in Israel. The other forged passports used were from France, Germany, Ireland and Australia.
A common link to Israel among the forged passports is what made the Dubai police 99% certain from the start that Israel was behind the killing of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh (read here).
Britons better grasp that Israel was using no less than 15 forged British passports. The Israelis were obviously confident that they could get away with it. The Mossad had a good reason to believe that Britain’s politics is in its pockets.
This row also indicates how Israel too would ask its agents using foreign passports to kill its own people, just to put the blame on others.
I wonder if they would one day use Singapore passports, too... and do remember that Mossad provide trainings to the Republic's intelligent agents.