National police chief Mohamad Fuzi Harun said yesterday that investigators found a motorcycle abandoned near the murder scene and were able to trace an actual photo of one of the suspects.
The Times cited Intelligence officials who described al-Batsh as a technology expert for Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, which is why he was ostensibly targeted by the Israeli spy agency. He said the men were believed to have entered Malaysia in late January using fake identification documents.
Israel has not commented. Police said security video showed that the suspects had waited for him for nearly 20 minutes.
Hamas denied yesterday that it was in talks with Israel related to Israelis captured in the Gaza Strip, a statement said.
Anwar al-Agha said Tuesday that Egypt agreed to allow the body to be returned through its border with Gaza.
Hamas initially stopped short of blaming Israel, saying only that al-Batsh had been "assassinated by the hand of treachery".
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The allegations on Israeli spy agency Mossad of killing a Hamas engineer Fadi al-Batsh has now nearly confirmed.
Several noted, however, that Israel is routinely blamed for such assassinations even when it is not involved.
Western and Middle Eastern intelligence officials speculate that Fadi al-Batsh, 34, the Gazan electrical engineer who was assassinated outside his apartment building in Gombak, a suburb of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Saturday, was involved in negotiating an arms deal with North Korea, the NY Times reported Thursday.
In a statement issued by the office of the high commissioner for information, culture and intellectual mobilization, the faction said Israel targets journalists in an attempt to cover up its the crimes against the defenseless Palestinian people and its grave violations of worldwide law.
On Saturday, Ismail Haniyeh, the former Prime Minister of Palestine told that based on previous assassinations "Mossad is not away from this disgraceful, awful crime".