The statement by Julian Assange in an interview with Al Jazeera on Wednesday proves what the Dubai Police have been saying all along, police chief Lt Gen Dahi Khalfan Tamim told Gulf News Thursday.
"The documents will surely prove to those who doubted us," Lt Gen Dahi said, "but I still believe that some people will still deny the fact, despite the leaked documents."
Assange said his website is due to release 3,700 more files related to Israel particularly dealing with the Al Mabhouh assassination in Dubai and the second Lebanon war.
Lt Gen Dahi said the news regarding Mossad's involvement in the Al Mabhouh assassination is not new information to him.
Al Mabhouh was found dead in room 230 of the Al Bustan Rotana Hotel on January 20.
Assange earlier said that western papers have been reluctant to publish diplomatic cables containing information about Israel.
However, Assange said that WikiLeaks will release the files related to Israel.
— With inputs from Habib Toumi, Bahrain Bureau Chief