Report: UAE releases 2 involved in 2010 Dubai assassination

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September 30, 2012 23:59

 
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Authorities in the United Arab Emirates released two Fatah members accused of involvement in the 2010 murder of a senior Hamas official in Dubai, Ma'an News Agency quoted the Al-Aqsa Brigades as saying Sunday.

According to the report, Anwar Shheibar and Ahmad Abu Hasanien were freed after being held in the UAE for two years. The statement did not mention an exact release date, Ma'an stated.

The two members were accused by Dubai police of providing logistical support to the operation which led to the assassination of a Hamas leader in 2010.

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