Ireland (IP) -On Sunday, the Embassy of Ireland in occupied Palestine announced that the Israeli regime's intelligence agency abused Irish passports to assassinate a Hamas commander. 

Iran PressMiddle East: The passport forging referred to the 2010 Mossad killing of Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in a hotel in Dubai. 

The embassy's official Twitter account responded to a tweet by someone named Teresa, who in turn was responding to a Jerusalem Post article reporting that Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said Israel had not shown him proof that six Palestinian NGOs banned by Israel deserve the regime's leveling terrorist accusations against them. 

The Embassy of the Republic of Ireland in occupied Palestine defended the Palestinian human rights groups in response to a pro-Israeli tweet of a user leveling accusations against the groups improvised by the Israeli Intelligence and Internal Security Agency (Shabak).

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Teresa argued that Ireland should believe Israel because some countries have diplomatic ties and suspend donations to those organizations!!!

Still, the Irish Embassy tweeted in response: "Diplomatic relations might count for something, but if they have been abused to forge our passports for use in assassinations, it might be understandable that trust could be affected." 

The tweet was deleted hours later. 

France, Germany, the UK, and Australia, are the other countries whose passports were abused by Mossad agents. Yet, the Israeli regime is proud that the countries have excellent relations with the regime.

Earlier, Colombia's President Iván Duque Márquez's and Israeli regime's President Isaac Herzog and Prime Minister Naftali Bennett had talked about Iran on Monday.


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