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Released on 2012-03-13 17:00 GMT

Email-ID 66371
Date 2008-02-13 17:55:49
I was informed that the assassination of Mughniyye has an unmistakable
Ehud Barak's hallmark. He is known for this style of high concept

There is no word on a particular Syrian agent, but this goes without
saying. The Israelis have many Druze "eyes" in Syria. It is unlikely that
an investigation will discover the Syrian associates. The Israelis have
perfected their espionage networks in Syria many years ago. My source says
the Israeli have learned many lessons from the arrest back in 1965 of Elie
Cohen, the Israeli agent who was eventually hanged in the Marje Square in

There was no evidence of power outage at the time of the explosion. It is
not yet clear if there was mobile phone connectivity problem. It was an
evening explosion and word will come out within the next few hours. Will
keep you posted on this.

My source believe has an interesting version related to Mughniyye's
assassination. He does not entirely refute the possibility that certain
elements in Syrian intelligence were involved in the assassination. I need
to probe this further. As you know, I do not subscribe to conspiracy
theory, but I will certainly look into this hypothetical allegation.