Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Who killed Rafik Hariri? - Ask Mossad.

Lebanon has seen more than it's fair share of troubles in recent history, most people will agree. There has been relative peace in the country since 1990 when the hellish civil war ended. This peace was achieved in part by the setting up of a government, made up of Shias, Sunnis and Christian representatives.

The late Mr Hariri was an integral part of this new government, with even some of his countrymen relaying that he was very much responsible for the lasting peace, and for rebuilding the infrastructure after the civil war destruction. Not all thought this of course.. some of his economic choices were indeed very hard for the country.

But Mr Rafik Hariri was not what you would describe as an aggressive prime minister. His policies did not lead to the suffocation of human rights, or the land-grabbing greediness so often displayed by other countries in the region. Sure he had his enemies; as a construction tycoon he had business enemies, and as prime minister he obviously would have political enemies, not to mention those outside of Lebanon who would desire a shift of power in the entire region.

So, who are the leading suspects that comitted this shocking assassination, that could once again explode Lebanon into another civil war.

We are told Syria has a motive. Syria has indeed a history of oppressing the Lebanese at times, and what are they doing in Lebanon anyway? Even though some Lebanese analysts believe the country's security depends upon the presence.

Certainly Syria is being made to look like the chief suspect by mainstream media's verbatim press releases, but could this just be careful maneuvering by another well connected party?

Indeed Mr Hariri had increasingly adopted a dominant role within the Lebanese opposition party, who were not happy with Syria's interference and leading position within the Lebanese government. But would Syria really take such a chance in assassinating such a popular minister, with the eyes of the world watching them so closely?

Well no actually, if you think about it.

It would be suicidal for Syria to assassinate Mr Hariri. Syria knows only too well the USA is just itching for an excuse to invade, occupy and drain resources. The U.S. has consistently threatened Syria over the past few years to retract their armed forces from Lebanon, and stay well out of their affairs.

No, Syria, would simply not have made such a blunder to help ignite this tinder-box situation in the already destabilised region. This would openly misfigure Syria to be the "Bad Guys", and it would leave their armed forces and civilians within Lebanon wide open to all kinds of violence and prejustice.

This has actually happened.............

Since the assassination, mass violent protests have resulted in civilian attacks upon Syrians living within the Lebanese borders. Civil war is not a guaranteed outcome after this attack. But whoever organised this, must have known too well the violence that would result for both countries. You could say this was the prime objective.

So, who else gains by the assassination of Mr Rafik Hariri and the resulting mayhem?

Israel.....also has a motive for the removal of Mr Hariri. They are the only power in the entire Middle East who benefits from the current rising instability and threatening civil wars, and God knows there has been a lot of that since 9/11 in the entire region.

No war, no bombs and no mayhem = No American support for Israel. That is an ugly yet undeniable fact of on-the-ground-political-reality in the middle east.

Silvan Shalom, Israel's foreign minister, said the bombing,

[P]roves that there are organisations and countries, such as Syria and Lebanon, striving to undermine the stability in the region and prevent democratisation in the Arab world.

Well the fact is, Mr Shalom would have to say that.

This is what Mr Rafik Hariri's consultant, Mustafa al-Naser told IRNA on Monday evening,

The assassination of Hariri is the Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad`s job, aimed at creating political tension in Lebanon.

Beyond doubt, the peace, stability, and highlevel security prevailing in Lebanon in recent years, in creation of which all Lebanese groups play a harmonious role, is in direct contrast with Israel`s political intentions for the region, and above that with the illegitimate nature of that usurper regime.

Israel seeks the continuation of its existence in creation of constant tension in the region, and that was the reason why Tel Aviv imposed many years of civil war, and over a decade of occupation and instability against our nation.

The only country that has consistently benefited from the 'War On Terror' is Israel. It's no coincidence every 'enemy' of Israel, also happens to be one of America's target nations that requires a change of regime, or is in urgent need of democracy.....

By logical deduction and observation, the prime beneficiary of the assassination is Israel, thus the deed was most likely carried out by the Mossad. The Mossad have a unique way of carrying out terrorist attacks and making them appear they were carried out by some other unwitting nation. Known of course as False Flag operations.

After all, top US Army analysts within the SAMS think-tanks, believe the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad to be,

"Ruthless and cunning",

"A wildcard that has the capability to target U.S. forces and make it look like a Palestinian/Arab act.".

So please, please, please don't jump to instant conclusions over this murder and start to point the finger at the most "obvious" suspect (i.e. Syria).

The biggest casualty in any war are the innocents who's only crime is being in the wrong place at the wrong time, and standing within the sights of the world's greatest bullies who want to ensure that the middle east is ran 'democratically'. (Read as owned, packaged and incorporated into greater Israel, and the US)

The second casualty is the TRUTH. And the truth is that this current episode has Mossad's fingerprints all over it....


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