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February 16, 2005

Assassins of former Lebanese PM brand him 'Saudi agent'

Topics: Middle East News and Perspectives

The announcement of the murder of Rafik Hariri came on none other than the infamous network of terrorists - Al Jazeera television, and the statement was from, you guessed it, a Palestinian. Ahmed Abu Adas (now that's a mouthful), 24, said he carried out the suicide attack against Hariri because of the former prime minister's closenesss to the Saudi Arabian regime. And for that reason you kill someone and blow yourself up with him? Let it not be said that these terrorist leaders don't do a great job of brain-washing.

You can bet your last dollar that Syria was behind this and that it has a lot more to do with Syria's political and military interests in Lebanon than it does with Saudi Arabia.

- World Tribune.com
An Islamic fundamentalist groups with ties to Al Qaida has claimed credit for an attack which killed Lebanon's former prime minister on Monday.

Lebanon's five-time prime minister and billionaire tycoon Rafik Hariri was assassinated in a huge car bomb blast near the St. George's Hotel in Beirut. Another nine people were killed and about 100 wounded when the explosion hit Hariri's motorcade.

In a broadcast on Al Jazeera television a Palestinian said he carried out the attack to avenge the successful liquidation campaign on Al Qaida cells based in Saudi Arabia.

The Islamic fundamentalist group Jamaat Al Nasrat Wal Jihad Bilad Al Sham [Al Jihad's Partisans for Greater Syria] claimed responsibility for the attack early today. The unknown group is thought to be linked to Al Qaida.    Continue reading...

Hat tip - Roth Report

Posted by Hyscience at February 16, 2005 9:07 AM



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