Ireland voids A Weapons Deal With Israel – International Middle East Media Center

Monday October 11, 2010 11:23author by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies Report post

The Irish Ministry of Defense had voided a weapons deal with Israel in which Israel was to provide Ireland with 20 Million rounds of live ammunition. The decision was attributed to the assassination of a Hamas leader in Dubai earlier this year.

Mahmoud Al Madbooh
Mahmoud Al Madbooh

An Irish paper reported that that after Ireland spent millions of Euros during the past five years on ammunition bought from Israel, the Irish Foreign Ministry decided to cancel the contract, and instead decided to sign deals with Belgium, Brazil and other countries.

The paper said that the decision was made in the wake of the assassination of Mahmoud Al Madbouh who was killed by a hit squad of the Israeli Mossad.

Al Madbouh was assassinated pm January 19 at his hotel room in Dubai; the assassins used forged fake European passports, including forged Irish passports.

A total of 26 suspects are believed to be involved in the assassination of Al Madbouh. They used forged passports from Germany, Australia, Britain, Ireland and France; twelve of them carried British passports.

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Suspects In Al Madbou Assasination Case
Suspects In Al Madbou Assasination Case

Ireland voids A Weapons Deal With Israel – International Middle East Media Center.

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