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Indictment in Hariri Assassination Dec. 2

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posted on Nov, 26 2010 @ 06:26 AM
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Indictment in Hariri Assassination Dec. 2


www.naharnet.com

An indictment by the Special Tribunal for Lebanon in the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri will reportedly be issued Dec. 2.

Ad-Diyar newspaper on Friday quoted knowledgeable sources as saying that the Lebanese foreign ministry had received word through its embassy in the Netherlands that the indictment will be issued on Thursday, December 2.
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posted on Nov, 26 2010 @ 06:26 AM
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North Korean war/US-SK drills end up on Dec. 3...

This happens on December 2...

Which will probably indict Hezbollah and/or Syria which would lead to serious trouble, even war...

Netanyahu have said he might go in Lebanon to ``save it`` from Hezbollah take over...

Erdogan said that Turkey wouldn't stand still if Israel started anything.

Hopefully we get through the next week without anything going critical... We must otherwise the world could go hot real fast.

www.naharnet.com
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posted on Nov, 26 2010 @ 09:17 AM
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Originally posted by Vitchilo

Netanyahu have said he might go in Lebanon to ``save it`` from Hezbollah take over...



This is my concern. With the world's attention turned to developments on the Korean Penninsula, Israel attacks Lebanon, or Iran or Syria, or indeed, all three.

A retired Lebanese General said that Israel would like to see civil war in Lebanon, because Israel would take advantage.

It simply was not in Syria, or Hezbollah, or Iran's interest to kill Hariri. They knew that killing him would make them the prime suspects and unpopular in Lebanon.

Suspects? Mossad. Within a short time of Syria withdrawing it's troops from Lebanon, there was the 2006 war, where Israel waged war on Hezbollah and Lebanon, which they may have been more reluctant to do with the Syrians being present.

The fact that Lebanon's Prime Minister is Hariri's son, has warned of Israel being allowed to do whatever it wants and has met Syria's President a few times now, and has withdrawn his belief Syria killed his Dad, also lends to this theory.

If Hezbollah are blamed for this, they will not take it laying down. They will have been framed, and they will be angry.

These tensions could cause unrest in Lebanon, which suits Israel perfectly.

Keep an eye on the Middle East, in particular Iran, Lebanon and Syria and the Gaza and West Bank. The Korean Penninsula may be just the distraction that Israel desires to go on a killing spree.

It may not be the Korean Penninsula we have to worry about here.
edit on 26-11-2010 by Regensturm because: (no reason given)



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