Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh was found suffocated in his hotel room in Dubai.
CCTV footage released of the assassination shows the assassins following him in the elevator and checking into a room across the hall.
Four of the assassins broke into his room while he was out and pounced on his return.
Dubai has allegedly told Hamas to steer clear of the investigation but Hamas has opened its own investigation with help for Syria and Iran. Hamas would not confirm that Mr al-Mabhouh had been en-route to Iran.
Rock star Bono has made an unlikely appearance at Park East Synagogue in New York after being invited by Rabbi Schneier.
The two men met while working for the Appeal of Conscience Foundation, an interfaith partnership founded by Rabbi Schneier in 1965. The foundation works closely on the same issues as Bono's ONE Foundation, on issues like international poverty and HIV.
Bono, wearing a white kippah, was greeted by congregants singing 'Shalom Aleichem' as he entered the syngogue.
Children are being encouraged by Jihadi terror supporters to say that they will kill Jews, while handling guns, according to Greater Manchester Police.
The revelation came this week as the North West’s Counter Terrorism Unit released a video of children playing with a Kalashnikov. The video was seized from an undisclosed address in Manchester during a raid on terror suspects.
Police say the footage and other downloaded material are being used to “groom” children in the North West with terrorist propaganda from an early age.
The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust has created a Twitter page and a Facebook page to increase digital participation in the event and a video, narrated by Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe, has been released on YouTube.
The ceremony at London's City Hall for Holocaust Memorial Day.
The ceremony included a talk by Amonon Weinsteain, who restores violins which belonged to Jews in the ghettos and were played at the concentration camps. Violinists Charlie Siem and Victoria and Jack Liebeck then performed on the violins.
The Mayor of London gave a reading of Elie Wiesel's Never Shall I Forget and the crowd of dignitaries also heard testimony from two Holocaust survivors, Gena Turgel MBE and Zigi Shipper.