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Sky News: Mystery of Hamas' 'rocket godfather'

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April 5, 2011, 5:42 p.m. |
Mystery surrounds a Palestinian man who claims to have been abducted by Israeli agents on a train in Ukraine and now stands accused of being the "Rocket Godfather" of Hamas. Abu Sisi says he was travelling by rail through Ukraine on Feb. 19 when three men, two in uniform, threatened him and forced him off the train. He says he was handcuffed, hooded and driven to Kyiv where six men claiming to be Mossad agents questioned him before putting him on a plane. Read the story here.
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