Saturday, July 2, 2011

Nasrallah implies Israel behind Hariri murder

The leader of Hezbollah has implied that Israel was behind the killing of Rafik al-Hariri, the former Lebanese prime minister who was murdered in 2005.

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah was speaking for the first time since the indictment on Thursday by the UN Special Tribunal for Lebanon of four members of the Lebanese movement over the murder of Hariri.
Discussing the tribunal's investigations into Hariri's murder, Nasrallah said: "We mentioned the possibility of having Israel involved in the murder and the fact that [Israeli] agents were present at the murder scene one day before the murder.

"No one in the STL even asked the Israelis anything. This is normal, why? Because the tribunal, since its formation, had a precise goal and no one was allowed to talk to the Israelis ... Instead of investigating the Israelis, [the STL] gathered information from them."

Speaking on Saturday in a telelvised speech, Nasrallah said that computers related to the case investigated by the STL were transported through Israel on their way out of Lebanon and asked why they had not been shipped out of a Beirut port?

He said Hezbollah would produce a document that proving the computers were transported from South Lebanon to Israel.

Speaking from Beirut, Jamal Wakim of the Lebanese International University told Al Jazeera that the charges over computer data were "the most important point" in the speech.
He said: "It proves the implication of Israel in trying to divert and manipulate the international court."
Nasrallah said the tribunal aimed to spread sectarian strife in Lebanon but that it would fail to inflame conflict between Sunni and Shia Muslims [It does not take for the tribunal to inflame sectarianism in the Arab world , all it takes is for Nasrallah to keep supporting the Murders of the Syrian people by his beloved Bashar, and Saudi to actively support the oppression and murders of Shia in Bahrain,  Hassan who is a head of a sectarian party has no right to speak against sectarianism ,  this is like the head of KKK speaking against racism , or the Saudi mufti talking about women's rights , both Saudi Arabia and Hizbullah are inflaming sectarianism in the Arab world and it is essential for any progress in the region to curb the influence of both ]

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