Feb 132011
 

The Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, posted a breaking news headline claiming that ousted Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak has suffered a stroke and is currently in Germany for treatment.

19:28 Reports: Mubarak in Germany for medical care after falling into a coma (Haaretz)

Haaretz has yet to elaborate upon these claims.

Meanwhile, other reports maintain that Mubarak will take up residence in Dubai, UAE. In fact, some claim he is already there.

UAE officials have made no public comment on the reports, which were so persistent that the UAE’s state news agency WAM issued a rare denial Sunday of bulletins that Mubarak’s plane had landed in the Sharjah emirate north of Dubai.

Dubai is home to the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world and a structure that we discovered is linked to the Georgia Guidestones. You can read about our Georgia Guidestones-Burj Khalifa research here.

While Dubai has ambitions to become home to the next United Nations Headquarters, the dazzling metropolis has become the retreat of choice for some of the most nefarious figures and organizations in the world. Halliburton calls Dubai home as does Eric Prince, founder of Blackwater. Thailand’s deposed Prime Minister Thaksin has spent much time in Dubai since he fled his homeland.

However, Dubai has not been a secure safehouse for all who have fled there. A gold-plated pistol was found alongside turncoat Chechen rebel commander Sulim Yamadayev, who was gunned down in March 28, 2009, in an underground Dubai beachfront parking lot. Before moving to Dubai, Yamadayev had a “falling out” with the Chechen President, an ally of the Russian Putin government who is believed to be behind the assassination. While officially declared dead, Yamadayev’s brother claims Sulim Yamadayev is still alive in the hospital and under police guard.

Mar 022010
 

Arab news network Al Jazeera reported that Dubai’s police chief plans to issue arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Mossad boss Meir Dagan over the killing of Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh at a Dubai hotel last January.

DUBAI (Reuters) – Dubai’s police chief plans to seek the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the head of Israel’s spy agency over the killing of a Hamas leader in the emirate, Al Jazeera television reported.

Dahi Khalfan Tamim “said he would ask the Dubai prosecutor to issue arrest warrants for … Netanyahu and the head of Mossad,” the television said. It did not give details.

Tamim has said he is “almost certain” Israeli agents were involved in the killing of Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh at a Dubai hotel in January, calling for Mossad’s boss, Meir Dagan, to be arrested if it is proved responsible. Tamim said on Monday Mossad had “insulted” Dubai and Western countries whose fraudulent passports were used by suspects in the assassination.

Dubai has asked the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation to look into prepaid cards issued by the Meta Financial Group’s MetaBank which the suspects used, a United Arab Emirates newspaper said.