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Was the Lebanese government indirectly behind the bus bombing

March 14th, 2007 · 2 Comments · Lebanon

Lebanese Interior Minister Hassan As-Sabaa yesterday blamed Syria for the bus bombing which killed three people: “it’s not secret that Fateh al-Islam is linked to Fateh al-Intifada which is part of the Syrian security and intelligence apparatus and cooperation between them is very strong.”

Yesterday, I revealed that our friend Mr As-Sabaa doesn’t know what he’s talking about because the two groups split.

NOW, some very interesting detail from As’ad: “The founding declaration of Fath-Al-Islam when it split off from Fath-Al-Intifadah in fact criticized the corruption and links with “intelligence services”, in clear reference to the Syrian control of Fath-Al-Intifadah. At the time, when the Syrian government arrested Abu Khalid Al-`Amlah and accused him of leading the schism, it accused Hariri Inc of funding Fath-Al-Islam.”

Not only does the group being blamed for the bus bombing have NO links to Syria. It appears that they are linked to Hariri.

Ouch. it’s coming back to bite you now isn’t it.

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  • 1 Anonymous // Mar 14, 2007 at 5.18 pm

    another qurdahi bankrupt

  • 2 Anonymous // Mar 15, 2007 at 9.46 am

    you are right SASA, Lebanon was responsible for the bus bombings, as it was responsible for the assassinations and attempted assassinations in the last 2 years.

    Lebanon was also to blame for the bombings in the Christian areas around the same time the Syrian troops were EMBARRASSINGLY forced to leave, and had left.

    You may blame Lebanon, but I call it coincidence, knowing that ASSAD is slowly losing his grip on Lebanon.

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