An Israeli suspected in the January 20 assassination of Hamas commander Mahmud al-Mabhuh in Dubai has been arrested in Poland, at the request of German authorities. Uri Brodsky "is suspected of being involved in illegally obtaining a [German] passport,” said German federal prosecutors. According to German magazine Der Spiegel, the man is suspected of helping one of the hit men illegally obtain a passport. Israel has confirmed the report and says that its consulate "is dealing with the case." In addition, they’re sending envoys to the five countries whose passports were used in the incident: Britain, Ireland, France, Germany and Australia.