Friday, March 05, 2010
Bloody Deeds in Dubai, The Death of a Pop Princess Suzanne Tamim who was stabbed to death in her Dubai apartment, clues led back to the most elevated economic and political circles in Egypt. The murder is a story of sex, violence, glamor and secrets.Tamim was 31 when she opened the door to her luxury high-rise apartment in the Dubai Marina quarter in late July. Twelve minutes later, she was dead.
Her murderer did not stop at slitting her throat. In a bloodthirsty frenzy, he attacked her body with a knife, leaving dozens of stab wounds and nearly decapitating her, according to a Dubai police report. Then the killer slipped out of his bloodied clothes, pulled his hat down over his face to evade security cameras, and cleared out. Only 90 minutes after the deed, Tamim’s suspected murderer caught a flight to Cairo.
Dubai Police confirm Mossad involvement in murder (humaterian extermination) of HamasTerror leader Mahmoud al Mabhouh; The assassination of Hamas top militant, Mahmoud Al Mabhouh in Dubai grabbed the headlines recently. In February 2010, Dubai police disclosed that 11 members of the 18-strong assassination team carried European passports – six British, three Irish, one German and one French. The Police also confirmed that several of the assassins visited Dubai on related missions during the year, suggesting that the assassination was planned further in advance than was believed.
Many experts believe that the Israeli Intelligence Agency “Mossad” was behind the assassination. Dubai’s police chief, Lt. Gen. Dahi Khalfan Tamim, told the Abu Dhabi-based newspaper The National that the Mossad “is 99%, if not 100% behind the murder” of Al Mabhouh.
Besides all the political assassinations, Dubai is witnessing a huge increase in the number of violent acts and sex-related crimes, the number of violent cases covered in local newspapers (The National) -almost every day-seems to prove the increase in violent acts. A recent case that sparked anger across the UAE was the rape and murder of a 4-year-old Pakistani boy in the toilet of a mosque in Dubai, committed by a 30-year-old Emirati national.
Dubai and the 9/11 Hijackers; CNN reports, Mustapha Ahmed al-Hawsawi sent cash to lead 9/11 hijacker Mohammed Atta through bank accounts in Dubai and the United Arab Emirates. Al-Hawsawi, also known as Mustafa Ahmed, has been named as a co-conspirator in the indictment of Zacarias Moussaoui, who is accused of engaging in the “same preparation for murder” as the 19 hijackers who commandeered four U.S. jets and crashed them into the World Trade Center, Pentagon and Pennsylvania.
Al-Hawsawi’s phone number was also found on a Federal Express package sent by Atta in early September 2001 from Florida to the U.A.E. The number was also used as a point of contact for a wire transfer to Ramzi Binalshibh, who was arrested in Pakistan in September 2002, and has admitted a role in planning the attacks. Hijacker pilot Hani Hanjour opens an account with Citibank in Deira Dubai with a deposit of $3,000.
April 12: Satam al Suqami arrives in the United Arab Emirates from Malaysia (see April 1-May 27, 2001);
May 7, 2001: Ahmed Alhaznawi arrives in Abu Dhabi from Karachi by plane;
May 13: Ahmed Alnami arrives in the United Arab Emirates by plane from Saudi Arabia;
May 26: Hamza Alghamdi enters the United Arab Emirates;
May 27: Abdulaziz Alomari arrives in Dubai from Malaysia (see April 1-May 27, 2001);
June 1: It is not known when Wail Alshehri first arrives in Dubai, but he leaves on May 29, traveling to an unknown destination, and returns on June 1 with Ahmed Alhaznawi, who previously arrived on May 7, but must have left in the meantime;
June 12: Saeed Alghamdi arrives in the United Arab Emirates from Saudi Arabia;
June 28: Salem Alhazmi arrives in the United Arab Emirates from Saudi Arabia. [US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Alexandria Division, 7/31/2006, pp. 42-50 ]
The hijackers typically remain in Dubai for a few weeks before moving on to the US (see April 23-June 29, 2001). While in Dubai the hijackers purchase traveler’s checks:
April 28: Majed Moqed purchases $2,980 in MasterCard travelers’ checks from the Thomas Cook Exchange in the nearby emirate of Sharjah;
May 27, 2001: Ahmed Alnami purchases $10,000 of American Express travelers’ checks and Hamza Alghamdi purchases the same amount of Visa travelers’ checks in Dubai;
June 6, 2001: Ahmed Alhaznawi purchases $3,000 of American Express travelers’ checks in Dubai;
June 7, 2001: Wail Alshehri purchases $14,000 of American Express travelers’ checks in Sharjah;
June 24: Fayez Ahmed Banihammad purchases $4,000 of Thomas Cook travelers’ checks in Sharjah. [US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Alexandria Division, 7/31/2006, pp. 44-48 ]
In addition, Wail Alshehri obtains an international driving permit in Sharjah on June 5. [US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Alexandria Division, 7/31/2006, pp. 47 ]
Some of these hijackers are assisted by plot facilitator Mustafa Ahmed al-Hawsawi (see Early-Late June, 2001). It is not clear who helps the others, although Dubai-based Ali Abdul Aziz Ali previously assisted some of the hijackers (see June 29, 2000-September 18, 2000), and Saeed Sheikh, who has Dubai connections, may also assist some of them (see Early August 2001).
In addition, Victor Bout an arms dealer who flies shipments for al-Qaeda and the Taliban through the UAE is based in Sharjah, NEXT TO DUBAI (see Mid-1996-October 2001). During the period 1998 -2001 the Taliban regime in Afghanistan operated a major weapons procurement operation based at the Ariana Airline office in Sharjah UAE. Much of the military hardware that the Taliban acquired through the Sharjah UAE network was supplied by the infamous Russian arms dealer Victor Bout also known as the Merchant of Death. Victor Bout and his business associate Sanjivan Ruprah have supplied weapons and training to several West African rebel groups and are accused of involvement in the illicit diamond trade. Victor Bout operated an air cargo service at the Sharjah UAE airport known as Air Cess, which together with Ariana Airlines co-handled most of the military deliveries between Sharjah and Afghanistan
SEE ALSO…Feds: Men from Pa., Md. traded with Iran, Mohammad Reza Vaghari and Mir Hossein Ghaemi, shipped car parts to Dubai UAE and into Iran
Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM