A Polish court has ruled an alleged Israeli secret agent suspected of killing a Hamas operative can be deported to Germany.
Uri Brodsky is accused of spying and falsely obtaining a German passport allegedly used in connection with the murder in Dubai last January.
“The court prolonged the temporary arrest for the longest possible period, which is 100 days. That means that Brodsky will leave Poland within 100 days unless an appeal is accepted,” his lawyer Krzysztof Stepinski told reporters.
Israel has never commented on the death of Mahmoud al-Manhouh but its secret service Mossad is accused of being behind his slaying.
The Dubai hit squad also used fake passports from Britain, Ireland, France and Australia.
Polish court rules to deport 'Israeli spy'