Interesting how this one slipped under the radar.
The UN investigator who is looking into the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Al-Hariri says the killer wasn’t Lebanese.
Ok, we knew that. But his latest report claims the killer wasn’t Syrian either. He uses the term a “hot district” to describe where the killer was from. Sami Mobayed speculates that place is Saudi Arabia.
Earlier this month, it was discovered that a large number of Fateh Al-Islam fighters were Saudi. The group is currently fighting the Lebanese Army in Nahr Al-Bared.
And the Hariri government has now started blaming the militant group for some of the recent political assassinations and bombings around Beirut, as well as the murder of a group of UN peacekeepers near the Israeli border.