February 26, 2010

Did Israel's Hit Advance Her Interests?

David Gardner, Financial Times

AP Photo

There was a shocking murder, in 2008, of the Lebanese starlet, Suzanne Tamim. It was quickly solved. The culprit was caught on security camera. In Beirut or Cairo he would probably have got away with it. Dubai is an open city, but it has its eyes open too.

 

 

 

 

 

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TAGGED: Dubai, Israel, CAIRO, Beirut, Suzanne Tamim

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