The Syrian security forces apprehended Mohammad Nassar, a close associate of the assassinated Hamas leader Mohmoud Al Madbouh, on suspicion that he worked for the Israeli Mossad and provided them with vital information that led to his assassination in Dubai.

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Mahmoud Al Madbouh – Maan Images



The Syrian security forces apprehended Mohammad Nassar, a close associate of the assassinated Hamas leader Mohmoud Al Madbouh, on suspicion that he worked for the Israeli Mossad and provided them with vital information that led to his assassination in Dubai.

The Central Issues Israeli Website reported Wednesday that Nassar is considered that closest person to Al Madbouh, as the two participated in the abduction and the killing of two Israeli soldiers in the Gaza Strip in the late eighties.

The two worked on providing the Hamas movement in Gaza with the needed munitions, and Nassar was with Al Madbouh at the Bandar Iranian Port to supervise weapon shipments bound to Gaza.

The Website also reported that Nassar always had detailed information on the whereabouts of Al Madbouh, and was with him in Dubai just a few days before the assassination.

The Syrian security believes that Nassar provided Israel with detailed information on every movement Al Madbouh made, and his future plans.
The statements are coherence with the statements of Dahi Khalfan Al
Tamimi in charge of the investigation of Al Madbouh in Dubai, who said several days ago that members of Hamas are responsible for the assassination of Al Madbouh as they provided Israel with detailed information.

An Israeli source told the Al Hurra Satellite TV that there is a significant cooperation between Israel, France, the U.K, Jordan and Egypt to counter what the sources described as “countering Hamas terrorism”.

Another source told Al Hurra that the relations between the Mossad and security agencies in Jordan and Egypt, will not be impacted by the assassination especially since Jordan and Egypt consider Hamas to be part of the Muslim Brotherhood in the two countries, as the two movements seek to topple the ruling regimes of Mubarak in Egypt and King Abdullah II in Jordan.

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