'Israel benefited most from Hariri hit'

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Lebonan
Monday, 08 November 2010


HaririRafikThe Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah says the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri benefited Israel more than any other group.

Hezbollah International Relations Officer Ammar Moussawi said on Saturday that Tel Aviv had benefited the most from the murder, while the resistance movement was the party that bore the brunt of the backlash over the crime,Shiite News Correspondent reported.

Hariri and 20 other people were killed in a massive car bombing in Beirut on February 14, 2005.
In an August speech, Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah presented evidence proving that Israel had masterminded the assassination. The televised address featured video captured by Israeli unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) as well as recorded confessions by Israeli fifth columnists, substantiating that Tel Aviv had been behind the killing.

The head of the Israeli Military Intelligence Directorate, Major General Amos Yadlin, said last month that Israel had gained from the assassination, explaining that Tel Aviv had been able to launch more than one operation in Lebanon following Hariri's murder.

The Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) was set up by the United Nations and the Lebanese government in May 2007 to investigate the murder. The tribunal is expected to announce its findings by the end of 2010.

Nasrallah said in July that he had been informed by the slain leader's son and successor, Saad Hariri, that the court "will accuse some undisciplined [Hezbollah] members." He rejected the allegation and warned that the plot was part of "a dangerous project that is targeting the resistance."

Political analysts say that such indictments are meant to sow discord in Lebanon.

On Friday, MP Hussein Moussawi, a Hezbollah representative in the Lebanese parliament, said the tribunal is "a recipe for instability in Lebanon."

He added that the tribunal had contributed to the country's exposure to Israel, saying that its role as a US-Israeli instrument created to destroy the resistance had been revealed.

"The political confrontation with the STL and its American and Zionist supporters is on… defending the Lebanese' security does not lie in defending a tribunal being dominated by the US and Israel," he stated.

"Any cooperation with an international side that serves Israel is grand treason against Lebanon and its noble people," he said.

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In an August speech, Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah presented evidence proving that Israel had masterminded the assassination. The televised address featured video captured by Israeli unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) as well as recorded confessions by Israeli fifth columnists, substantiating that Tel Aviv had been behind the killing.

The head of the Israeli Military Intelligence Directorate, Major General Amos Yadlin, said last month that Israel had gained from the assassination, explaining that Tel Aviv had been able to launch more than one operation in Lebanon following Hariri's murder.

The Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) was set up by the United Nations and the Lebanese government in May 2007 to investigate the murder. The tribunal is expected to announce its findings by the end of 2010.

Nasrallah said in July that he had been informed by the slain leader's son and successor, Saad Hariri, that the court "will accuse some undisciplined [Hezbollah] members." He rejected the allegation and warned that the plot was part of "a dangerous project that is targeting the resistance."

Political analysts say that such indictments are meant to sow discord in Lebanon.

On Friday, MP Hussein Moussawi, a Hezbollah representative in the Lebanese parliament, said the tribunal is "a recipe for instability in Lebanon."

He added that the tribunal had contributed to the country's exposure to Israel, saying that its role as a US-Israeli instrument created to destroy the resistance had been revealed.

"The political confrontation with the STL and its American and Zionist supporters is on… defending the Lebanese' security does not lie in defending a tribunal being dominated by the US and Israel," he stated.

"Any cooperation with an international side that serves Israel is grand treason against Lebanon and its noble people," he said.

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