The “Mystery” of the Gaza Power Plant

A guest post by AKUS

Gaza is agog with the news that the only engineer capable of running Gaza’s power station has been kidnapped by the Mossad in the Ukraine.

Ynet, in an unguarded Guardian Moment, has reported that the UN accuses Israel of kidnapping Palestinian.

[Ukrainian] wife of engineer Dirar Abu Sisi who vanished in Ukraine three weeks ago tells AP ‘my husband was the heart of the only electric station in Gaza. It’s a strategic object and they wanted to disable it’ …. Abu Sisi’s Ukrainian wife, Veronika, 32, alleges the Israeli secret service Mossad carried out the abduction in order to sabotage a key electric power plant in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip where he worked as a senior manager ……

[Veronika said]: My husband was the heart of the only electric station in Gaza, or rather its brain. It’s a strategic object and they wanted to disable it…. Gaza strip interior minister Fathi Hamad sent a message to his Ukrainian colleague demanding that immediate steps be taken to expose the reason of Abu Sisi’s disappearance and ensure his safe return to his family.

Maksim Butkevych, spokesman for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Ukraine, said Abu Sisi has been in custody in Israel since shortly after his disappearance. The UN agency believes he was abducted and illegally transported by Israeli security forces, perhaps with the aid of Ukrainian counterparts….”

Well, the Mossad and its crowd of trained Ukrainian GPS-equipped vultures who picked him up and flew him out of the Ukraine to Israel seem to have slipped up badly.

You see, despite the disappearance of this incredibly important brainy person, possibly the only one able to keep the Gaza power station humming … it’s … umm  … still working perfectly well.

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