Last month, a top Hamas military leader was assassinated in a Dubai hotel.
Dubai police claim that at least 11 suspects were involved in killing Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, many of whom allegedly used identities stolen from dual U.K.-Israeli citizens.
Israel’s intelligence service, Mossad, is suspected of being behind the crime, but some analysts question whether Mossad’s handiwork would have been so sloppy.
Jacky Rowland of Al Jazeera English reports from Israel about those who found their names associated with the assassination plot.
Should Israel be more forthcoming about whether or not it was involved in the killing of the Hamas leader?
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