On many of the Mahmoud al-Mabhouh related threads (and there have been a lot of those) we see a lot of accusations that Israel is taking the conflict between them and Hamas to the next level (i.e. globally). Posters condemn Israel for acting outside of Gaza and say that doing so is an invitation to Palestinian terrorists to kill Israelis wherever they are. As alysheba hinted earlier, the logic train indicates that if Palestinian terrorists do in fact start killing innocent Israelis around the world, it is Israel's fault for overstepping their bounds. If you look, you can probably find many examples.
For those of you who might be thinking that Israel was the one who has taken the Israeli-Palestinian conflict "to the next level" with this killing (assuming they did it, of course) here is a quick history lesson:
1972: Palestinian terrorists kill eleven Israeli Olympic athletes in Munich, Germany.
1970s: Palestinian terrorists hijack airlines, including those of Air France and other non-Israeli airlines.
1973: Palestinian terrorists attack the Saudi Embassy, and kill US Ambassador Cleo Noel (among others).
1973: Palestinian terrorists attempt three car bombings in New York City.
1985: Palestinian terrorists hijack the MS Achille Lauro. Wheelchair bound Jewish passenger Leon Klinghoffer is killed and then thrown overboard.
2009: Hamas announces that it considers any Israeli or Jew to be a legitimate target, no matter where in the world that they are.
This is not even counting the PLO and Hamas seeking aid and money from all over the world, and this is just what I found in a few minutes. Clearly, it was Israel's enemies who decided to take this conflict worldwide decades before this latest incident. Let's keep this in mind next time someone makes that that accusation.