1. Mike Devx says

    From Sadie’s link, I found this quite droll:
    > European countries’ reluctance to investigate may have something to do with the widely held belief that the killing of al-Mabhouh was carried out by a friendly country’s intelligence agency — Israel’s Mossad.

    > Experts say arresting Israeli agents — or even digging up further evidence that Israel was involved — could be politically costly.
    > “I would guess that it’s in the political interest of certain countries not to get proactive in this case,” said Victor Mauer, deputy director of the Center for Security Studies at Zurich‘s Federal Institute of Technology.
    Europe – friendly to Israel???
    If the supposition is that Europe is friendly to whomever carried out this assassination, one must merely remember that Europe has been in bed with Islamic countries for about two or three generations now, primarily to ensure a steady influx of low-wage Muslims into their countries that they can exploit as an immigrant labor pool, non-citizens with few rights.
    Europe – friendly to Israel?  Au contraire!  Europe is friendly to Islamic governments across the Middle East, so it is clear that if friendship is involved in suppressing the investigation, it is precisely because it was not the Mossad that carried this out, and Europe wants no further investigations to reveal the cockroaches of this operation scurrying to find cover from the light of day.

  2. Mike Devx says

    Crap, a correction: The Muslim immigrants *are* citizens, not non-citizens.  But due to Europe’s continuing vicious caste system, they are rigidly and rigoroously segregated and denied opportunity and pursuit of happiness.  So I got it close, but not quite right.

  3. SADIE says

    You are correct, Mike, Europe is not ‘friendly’ (what an understatement) towards Israel. The AP’s reasons, in the loosest sense of the word, serves their own agenda.  What caught my eye is that Europe appears to be shrugging off pursuing the ‘hit’ any deeper (so far). Dubai is holding two palestinians, which tends to support Book’s theory.

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