Thursday, August 12, 2010


Following the recent press conference held by Hezbollah, which provided evidence of Israel's interest in the routes that Rafik Hariri took and Israel's terrorism in Lebanon, Rafik Hariri's son Saad, who is also the Prime Minister of Lebanon, has called for a deep discussion over and investigation into the evidence provided implying Israel's responsibility for the death of Rafik Hariri.

PS look who began the claim that Hezbollah killed Rafik? Der Spiegel!

And yes, that's the same Der Spiegel that was created as part of the Gladio/Mockingbird media to control Europe after WW2.

And yes, that's the same Der Spiegel that Wikileaks recently approached to "leak" over 90000 documents that the Gladio/Mockingbird media used to "prove" that Osama bin Laden is still alive and collaborating with Iran in killing US and NATO soldiers in Afghanistan.

PPS We all know Hariri's assassination and the immediate blaming of Syria and now Hezbollah is part of the Securing the Northern Border of Israel's A Clean Break strategy to rid Lebanon of Syrian and Iranian/Hezbollah control.

PPPS We also know 9/11 was part of that same plan to cause conflict between Zionism and Islam, as proposed by the Albert Pike monster.



Lebanon PM: UN must probe claims of Israeli complicity in Hariri murder
Saad Hariri suggests evidence presented by Hezbollah could point to Israeli involvement in the assassination of his father in 2005, Lebanese paper reports.
By Jack Khoury and Avi Issacharoff

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has called on the UN to probe claims by Hezbollah militants that Israel was behind the murder of his father in 2005, according to local press reports Thursday.

Harari said evidence presented earlier this week by Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah implicating Israel in the assassination of Hariri's father Rafik was "important and very sensitive", Lebanese daily as-Safir reported.

"I personally am in favor of a deep discussion of the details, because it is very important to me to find out the truth both as prime minister and as [Rafik] Hariri's son," Saad Hariri said.

Rafik Hariri, a former prime minister of Lebanon, was killed in a massive bomb blast in Beirut in 2005 and a UN tribunal was established two years later to investigate the assassination.

At first, Hariri's allies accused Syria and its followers in Lebanon of being behind the murder, a charge Damascus has repeatedly denied.

In 2009, however, the German weekly Der Spiegel reported that there was evidence linking Hezbollah to the killing. And last month, Nasrallah said that he had been informed that the UN tribunal would indict some Hezbollah members for the murder.

On Monday, Nasrallah held a press conference during which he attempted to shift the blame to Israel, citing an audio recording of an alleged Israeli agent and intercepted Israeli aerial drone footage.

Saad Hariri reportedly told associates that the maximum amount of time and effort should be invested to check the information presented by Nasrallah.

According to the as-Safir report, the Lebanese prime minister said that the UN tribunal should consider the information presented by Nasrallah, since Nasrallah's words reflected the views of many in Lebanon.

The head of the UN tribunal Daniel Bellmer has reportedly received the contents of Nasrallah's presentation and has asked to receive more details of the documents and films presented by Nasrallah.

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