Lebanon’s former prime minister Sa’ad Hariri has blamed the Zionist regime for the “terrorist explosion” that rocked Shia enclave south of Beirut. He also accused the Zionist regime of trying to provoke Sunni-Shia strife in Lebanon, reported the pro-Hariri newspaper Daily Star on July 9, 2013.
The Saudi Arabia-born billionaire, Sa’ad Hariri, heads anti-Hizbullah Future Movement. As country’s prime minister, he was supported by both Washington and Tel Aviv. He was ousted in 2011 after Hizbullah-led opposition parties won the election. He is son of country’s former prime minister Rafik Hariri, who was assassinated by Israeli Mossad in a car bombing in 2005. Sa’ad Hariri has been calling on Lebanese Islamic Resistance, Hizbullah, to disarm. He also supports US-Israel-Qatar armed Salafi rebels against Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
“The blast requires the highest level of awareness and vigilance in the face of dangers that surround the country and the entire region, especially while facing attempts by the Israeli enemy to push Lebanon to strife by organizing terrorist attacks, as happened today,” Hariri said in a statement.
“After of terrible criminal scene that Beirut’s Southern suburbs witnessed, the Lebanese can only express indignation and condemnation of the crime that targeted one of the most populated neighborhoods,” the statement said.
A car bomb explosion ripped through the Beirut’s Southern suburb neighborhood of Bir al-Abed, a Shiite area, wounded dozens of people.
Hariri said that the blast should shock Lebanese “to go back to the national consensus on keeping Lebanon away from external conflicts and to avoid slipping into wars that will only inflict further divisions in the country, place national stability at risk and expose Lebanon to the conspiracies of the Israeli enemy”.
And in case, you remember the Zionist regime accepting their crimes against its friends and foes ever – Israeli defense minister Gen. Moshe Yaalon denied Israel’s role in the car bombing in Beirut on Tuesday leaving 53 people wounded and causing material damage at the place. Yaalon, also dismissed the report that the Zionist entity attacked ammunition depots in the Syria’s Latakia city last Friday, where blasts caused a number of deaths and injuries.
“This is mainly a struggle between Shiites and Sunnis. We repeatedly say that we don’t intervene in the Syrian bloodshed. Israel has drawn red lines regarding its interests sticks to them. Every time there is an attack or an explosion there, we are mostly always accused,” said Yaalon.
Lebanese daily al-akhbar reported on May 28, 2013 that both the US and Israel are involved in covert operations in Lebanon and Syria to create civil war in order to exhaust Hizbullah, the only Arab militia which defeated US-Israeli 34-day invasion of Lebanon in 2006. Hizbullah leadership doesn’t want a war, but their base is clearly fed up with foreign agents playing havoc in Shia districts in both Lebanon and Syria.
On March 7, 2013, Zionist president Shimon Peres and NATO secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen signed an agreement which allows the Jewish army to conduct covert terrorist operations in Lebanon, Iran, Syria, Afghanistan and any othe Muslim nation-state under the pretext of “counter-terrorism”.
Jewish author, Livia Rokach’s 1980 book ‘Israel’s Sacred Terrorism‘, is worth reading. The book’s Foreward was written by American Jewish philosopher, Dr. Noam Chomsky.
Franklin Lamb Ph.D, who lives in the area describes this latest Israeli Jewish terrorism against Muslims and Christians.
The speculation has already started concerning who committed this act of terrorism, one day before the start of the Holy Month of Ramadan. Whoever is was, cause the carnage by booby trapping a 1998 Renault Rapid. No one has yet claimed credit and likely will not. Hezbollah’s International Relations official Hizbullah MP Ali Ammar told al-Manar that the blast was carried out by the supporters of the so-called American-Israeli project. “There are clear Israeli fingerprints,” Ammar said as he inspected the damage.
This observer counted 15 destroyed vehicles and more than 20 damaged. Reuters has reported five were killed but Hezbollah is denying this report and I met the Hezbollah Media director on the scene and his job was to get the facts straight before the Party of God made any announcements.
A reliable Hezbollah source has just advised this observer that 53 have been wounded but so far no confirmed fatalities stood at 53. This is the second time this year that the Hezbollah stronghold has come under attack following threats of retaliation by Syrian rebels.
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