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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh
Relatives of a slain Hamas operative seek to block the release of a movie being made in Israel about his 2010 assassination in a Dubai luxury hotel, a family member said Sunday.
Israeli and French filmmakers are making a comedy centered on the assassination of a Hamas operative in Dubai.
Documents made public recently show the United Arab Emirates sought U.S. government help in tracing prepaid credit cards used by those linked to the assassination of a Hamas arms dealer last year.
Ireland's two investigations received no cooperation from the Israelis, but nevertheless reached "the inescapable conclusion that an Israeli government agency was responsible," he said.
The French-Israeli co-production "Kidron," Hebrew for "spear," is to be released in about half a year, he said.