Monday, May 08, 2006

"Mossad killed Hariri" - German criminologist

In "Hariri's Assassination," German criminologist JŸrgen Cain KŸlbel says that "Israeli Mossad killed Hariri to instigate political tension in Lebanon."

KŸlbel also accused the former chief of the United Nations committee charged with investigating Hariri's death, German prosecutor Detlev Mehlis, of having misled the investigation.



Who benefits?

From Asia Times Online :: Middle East News, Iraq, Iran current affairs :

Only Israel appears to benefit from Hariri's assassination.

Significantly, one of Hariri's consultants, Mustafa al-Naser, told Iranian state news agency IRNA on Monday that "the assassination of Hariri is the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad's job, aimed at creating political tension in Lebanon".

An array of Arab Middle East analysts, as well as the Lebanese government, point out that the blast was eerily similar to previous Israeli-orchestrated bombings against former Palestinian leaders.

International public opinion may forget that it was current Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, then a general, who invaded Lebanon in 1982, supported by falangists, practically destroyed Beirut and plunged Lebanon into civil war.

Hariri was Sharon's opposite: almost single-handedly he guided Beirut's reconstruction.


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