Future Brags Crimes in Syria

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Lebonan
Friday, 07 December 2012


zainb essaIt seems that the Future party suffers an memory impairment parallel to its bold actions.

Both the bloc and its absent leader Saad Hariri intentionally forgot the security agreements that the party's founder and Godfather, late Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri, signed with neighboring Syria.

According to Future TV, the man, tasked by his leader Hariri to support the Syrian rebels by all means, is to hold a press conference on Thursday.

As if Saqr has something to say after the recent series of lies.

During a television appearance on Marcel Ghanem's LBCI show, Saqr challenged, "If you can prove that I gave any of them a gun, I will go to court."
Days after, the MP repeated his challenge on Paula Yacoubian's show, on the Future channel, declaring: "I stick to my words. Bring forth the evidence and take me to court."
In yet another interview, this time in the al-Sharq al-Awsat pan Arab daily, Saqr said: "Weapons are not our thing." Not only that but he asked how they [Future Party] could be sending weapons to Syria, that they did not even use in Lebanon.
Here, questions are raised on the weapons that emerge every now and then in the capital of the North, Tripoli, Beirut, and Southern Sidon.

It seems that the Future sky is currently raining bullets and guns instead of rain.

However, no space for predictions is left as Hariri reiterated his unlimited support to Syria's opposition.
During a meeting with the so-called "Syrian National Coalition" in Riyadh, the "mad" man declared: "We will not back down from supporting the Syrian "revolution" no matter how great the challenges."

According to the Lebanese Panel Law, the 1st challenge that the former PM's Saqr might face is the article 20, related to criminal acts outside the Lebanese territory.
"The offense is linked to Saqr's confessions in the recordings of arming, coordinating, leading military operation rooms, and incitement on murder against a friendly state which form a clear violation to the Lebanese law and its National Accord document," Work Minister Salim Jraisati told the government's cabinet Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the first Attorney General in Damascus Judge Mohamed Marwan Loji stated that "Lebanese MP Okab Saqr's confessions proved his involvement in supporting the armed militias."

In an interview with al-Ahednews site, Loji confirmed that "the recordings proved his involvement in shedding the Syrian blood, murdering, and displacing people."
"Saqr's clear admission of supporting the rebels will be added to tens of evidences to issue warrants against a number of Lebanese officials, including Future MPs Saqr and Khaled Daher," he said.

Moreover, the top judiciary official highlighted that "the Syrian judiciary has the right to prosecute anyone involved in shedding the Syrian blood, especially the Lebanese MPs that must abide to judicial and criminal agreements signed between Damascus and Beirut."
It is worth mentioning that the Lebanese General Prosecutor Judge Hatem Madi tasked on Tuesday the Central Criminal Investigations Bureau with examining audio recordings implicating Saqr in the transfer of arms to Syria.

He will take the necessary decisions in light of the Lebanese regulations and the bilateral treaties with the Syrian government.

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Hours after the broadcast of his sound recordings, Future MP Okab Saqr simply confessed: "I'm supporting the Syrian rebels. I'm neither embarrassed nor concerned and ready for the trials."
According to Future TV, the man, tasked by his leader Hariri to support the Syrian rebels by all means, is to hold a press conference on Thursday.

As if Saqr has something to say after the recent series of lies.

During a television appearance on Marcel Ghanem's LBCI show, Saqr challenged, "If you can prove that I gave any of them a gun, I will go to court."
Days after, the MP repeated his challenge on Paula Yacoubian's show, on the Future channel, declaring: "I stick to my words. Bring forth the evidence and take me to court."
In yet another interview, this time in the al-Sharq al-Awsat pan Arab daily, Saqr said: "Weapons are not our thing." Not only that but he asked how they [Future Party] could be sending weapons to Syria, that they did not even use in Lebanon.
Here, questions are raised on the weapons that emerge every now and then in the capital of the North, Tripoli, Beirut, and Southern Sidon.

It seems that the Future sky is currently raining bullets and guns instead of rain.

However, no space for predictions is left as Hariri reiterated his unlimited support to Syria's opposition.
During a meeting with the so-called "Syrian National Coalition" in Riyadh, the "mad" man declared: "We will not back down from supporting the Syrian "revolution" no matter how great the challenges."

According to the Lebanese Panel Law, the 1st challenge that the former PM's Saqr might face is the article 20, related to criminal acts outside the Lebanese territory.
"The offense is linked to Saqr's confessions in the recordings of arming, coordinating, leading military operation rooms, and incitement on murder against a friendly state which form a clear violation to the Lebanese law and its National Accord document," Work Minister Salim Jraisati told the government's cabinet Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the first Attorney General in Damascus Judge Mohamed Marwan Loji stated that "Lebanese MP Okab Saqr's confessions proved his involvement in supporting the armed militias."

In an interview with al-Ahednews site, Loji confirmed that "the recordings proved his involvement in shedding the Syrian blood, murdering, and displacing people."
"Saqr's clear admission of supporting the rebels will be added to tens of evidences to issue warrants against a number of Lebanese officials, including Future MPs Saqr and Khaled Daher," he said.

Moreover, the top judiciary official highlighted that "the Syrian judiciary has the right to prosecute anyone involved in shedding the Syrian blood, especially the Lebanese MPs that must abide to judicial and criminal agreements signed between Damascus and Beirut."
It is worth mentioning that the Lebanese General Prosecutor Judge Hatem Madi tasked on Tuesday the Central Criminal Investigations Bureau with examining audio recordings implicating Saqr in the transfer of arms to Syria.

He will take the necessary decisions in light of the Lebanese regulations and the bilateral treaties with the Syrian government.

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