Passports killing

Israel Accused of Stealing Identities & Passports in Killing of Hamas Commander in Dubai 1 of 2

Israel is under growing international pressure over the assassination of a top Hamas commander in Dubai last month. On Thursday, the international police age...

Israel Accused of Stealing Identities Passports in Killing of Hamas Commander in Dubai 1 of 2
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Israel Accused of Stealing Identities & Passports in Killing of Hamas Commander in Dubai 2 of 2

Israel is under growing international pressure over the assassination of a top Hamas commander in Dubai last month. On Thursday, the international police age...

Israel Accused of Stealing Identities Passports in Killing of Hamas Commander in Dubai 2 of 2
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Four accused of killing Glasgow woman given passports back

Four men of Turkish origin accused of killing Glasgow woman given passports back and told not to attend police stations in Glasgow every day. From the articl...

Four accused of killing Glasgow woman given passports back

Britain expels Israeli diplomat in passport row

http://www.timesofearth.com/Europe/?NT=&nid=19713 Britain expels an Israeli diplomat over the "intolerable" use of forged UK passports in the killing of a Ha...

Britain expels Israeli diplomat in passport row
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CCTV footage: The assassination of Mahmoud al Mabhouh in Dubai

http://dubaisession.com/ Dubai hunts 'Europeans' for Hamas murder By Wissam Keyrouz (AFP) 4 hours ago DUBAI — Police are hunting 11 suspects with European pa...

CCTV footage The assassination of Mahmoud al Mabhouh in Dubai
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Hamas official assassinated in Dubai by squad who carried European passports

Emirati authorities have released CCTV footage and passport photos of 11 individuals who are suspected of killing a Hamas official in Dubai last month. All e...

Hamas official assassinated in Dubai by squad who carried European passports
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L'omicidio di Mahmoud al Mabhouh a Dubai

Police are hunting 11 suspects with European passports, including a woman, for the murder in a Dubai hotel room of a top militant of the Palestinian Islamist...

L omicidio di Mahmoud al Mabhouh a Dubai
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!!REPORT: PASSPORTS ISSUED TO SEX OFFENDERS!!

Report finds over 4000 instances of passports issued to registered sex offenders.

REPORT PASSPORTS ISSUED TO SEX OFFENDERS
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Israel In Firestorm as Fingers Point to Mossad In Dubai Murder

Israel's ambassador to Britain has been asked to explain how some members of a hit squad that killed a Hamas commander in a Dubai hotel last month were carry...

Israel In Firestorm as Fingers Point to Mossad In Dubai Murder
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Wikipedia about: Passports killing

History



One of the earliest known references to paperwork that served in a role similar to that of a passport is found in the , asked permission to travel to Judea; the king granted leave and gave him a letter "to the governors beyond the river" requesting safe passage for him as he traveled through their lands.

In the medieval Islamic Caliphate, a form of passport was the bara'a, a receipt for taxes paid. Only citizens who paid their zakah (for ) or jizya (for ) taxes were permitted to travel to different regions of the Caliphate, thus the bara'a receipt was a "traveler's basic passport."

Etymological sources show that the term "passport" is from a medieval document that was required to pass through the gate (or "porte") of a city wall or to pass through a territory. In medieval Europe, such documents were issued to travelers by local authorities, and generally contained a list of towns and cities the document holder was permitted to enter or pass through. On the whole, documents were not required for travel to sea ports, which were considered open trading points, but documents were required to travel inland from sea ports.

King Henry V of England is credited with having invented what some consider the first true passport, as a means of helping his subjects prove who they were in foreign lands. The earliest reference to these documents is found in a 1414 Act of Parliament. In 1540, granting travel documents in England became a role of the Privy Council of England, and it was around…
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