Who is behind this series of attacks? The former official, who
contributed in the past two weeks to efforts to restore communication
between the Syrian authorities and UN Envoy Lakhdar Brahimi,
said that answer is virtually obvious to the Lebanese security
services. For these crimes all emerge from a single human and
ideological environment. This environment is represented by
fundamentalist (fake)Sunni jihadist movements, which extend between Lebanon
and its surroundings, despite some diversity in group names and the
banners they raise. According to the former official, those who fired rockets from inside Lebanon targeting Lebanese sites — as well as those who fired rockets from Lebanon at Israel, as happened on Thursday, Aug. 22 —
are members of the Palestinian Hamas Movement. Did they carry out these
acts following official orders from the Hamas leadership, or were they
carried out on behalf of another fundamentalist party? This is what the
Lebanese security services are currently trying to determine. The former
official revealed that official contacts were made in the past few days
between Hamas leaders and some officials in Beirut. The head of Hamas'
Political Bureau, Khaled Meshaal,
even invited some Lebanese officials to meet with him to discuss
developments regarding accusations that members of his movement were
responsible for firing these rockets. [[[[However, the Lebanese officials
declined to meet with Meshaal, given that he had requested that the
meeting be held in the Qatari capital, Doha.]]]] The Lebanese had suggested
that the meeting be held in Damascus, as had been the case during the
years preceding Hamas' exit from Syria. Regarding the recent explosions, the same former official noted that
their source is also almost known. He added that the investigations
regarding the Ruwais bombing on Aug. 15 revealed that the car that was
used in the bombing had been stolen from a nearby neighborhood only 24
hours before the explosion. This means that the car was outfitted with
explosives in a nearby area, to ensure that it could be quickly moved to
the location of the explosion in a Shiite neighborhood in south Beirut.
In contrast, the car that was loaded with huge quantities of explosives
and was seized in
the town of Naimeh, just south of Beirut, two days following the Ruwais
explosion, allowing us to link the pieces of this puzzle together.
According to the former official, Lebanese authorities have determined
the identities of those suspected of loading this car with explosives.
Some of them come from the area of Arsal, a town located along the
Lebanese-Syrian border in the middle of the Bekaa valley in northeast
Lebanon. This town became the focus of
Syrian opposition militants backed by (fake)Sunni Lebanese and Syrian
jihadists. Meanwhile, the town of Naimeh, where the explosives laden car
was seized, is only 5 kilometers (3 miles) from the southern suburbs of
Beirut. This means we can conclude that these same suspects had likely
transported explosives from Arsal to the area surrounding the southern
suburbs. They then stole a car on the night of Aug. 14, rigged it with
explosives in Naimeh, and carried out the explosion in Bir al-Abed, only
a few minutes’ drive from Naimeh.
The day following the Ruwais explosion, on Aug. 16, Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah accused those he called takfiris of
carrying out the attacks. This provided the opportunity to transfer the
bombings from the Shiite neighborhood to the Sunni city of Tripoli,
suggesting that the operation was a form of Shiite revenge, and perhaps
launching sectarian strife resembling that of Iraq. Who plotted such a hellish operation? According to the former official,
the answer is combatants in Syria. The latter do not like the recent
changes in the balance of power in Syria — neither on the ground,
following the results of recent military confrontations, nor
politically, following American-Russian progress toward convening the Geneva II conference.
Those affected by this situation in Syria are ready to do anything to
impede it and blow it up. And Beirut is the easiest channel for
affecting any change in Damascus.
[ed notes:i know this isnt news to my readers,as i report these incidents immediatly as they happen,thru lebanese national news agency and other regional sources...but it must be highlighted continually,to drive point home..hamas is attacking lebanon,syria on qatari orders,basically helping israhell....
i seek no recognition for any info on this blog.all information is purely for informational purposes.its a blog created with the sole intention of relating already well documented facts(and not well known facts)that are for everyone to share.Its in dedication to all the truthers ...