Join Date: 08.03.2005
Intrigue in Lebanon: Was Murdered Intelligence Chief a Hero or Double Agent?
In mid-October, a massive car bomb killed Wissam al-Hassan in downtown Beirut. The intelligence chief was buried as a hero and praised by the West for his help in investigating the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Or was he a double agent, possibly also active sometimes for the Syrians?
Join Date: 06.11.2012
The Assassination of Wissam al-Hassan ...
The Mossad has been on a false flag and entrapment framing spree. Bombings in Tbilisi, India, Bangkok were also blamed on Hizzbollah and Iran. In Kenya and Cyprus Iranian nationals and a Hizbollah Member were framed ...
The Mossad has been training and using MeK and Jundallah terrorists for these bombing operations because of their Iranian credentials. The US recently took the MeK off their terrorist list.
In all of these bombings and "framings" nothing has been proven to be Iranian or Hizzbollah sponsored. India and Thailand are quite furious that the Mossad is using their countries for operations ...
It is curious that the FBI was called in for help in the Hassan bombing. The FBI has recently been busy concocting aiding and abetting false flag threats in the US itself.
Upon the murder of Hassam the US immediately called for a new Lebanese government then later backed off but showed their hand in the whole affair. The US has been trying to get Hizzbollah on the EU terrorist list.
The whole Hassam affair must be seen in the light of Hassam's Lebanese patriotism specifically the Israeli spy rings he broke and the US-Zionist efforts at isolating all of Iran's allies.
Is it any coincidence that now Qatar has taken such an interest in Hamas an ally of Iran? We see that Hollande did not meet with the current cabinet and has recommended that Mikati has been ruled out for any future role at a meeting in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia attended by the younger Hariri.
Cui Bono? Who has made their move? Who is using this assassination to push their agenda? Certainly the March 8 coalition has lost, as has Hizzbollah.