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    • 11.08.10 | 15:49 (IDT)

    If Nasrallah has evidence linking Israel to the Hariri case, let him present it to the UN investigators. Nasrallah's claims that Israel tried some 10 years before Hariri's assassination to drive a wedge between him and Hizballah indicates nothing about the assassination. It is difficult to see what motive Israel would have to remove Hariri, a strong man who could stand up to the Shiites. For this very same reason, Hizballah had a motive to eliminate Hariri. Perhaps Hariri the Son manage to find out where Mughnieh, the top Hizballah military commander, was located, "leaked" it to Israel, and exacted his revenge this way. Now that Hariri was avenged, the Son is willing to make nice with Hizballah.

    from the article: MESS Report / Nasrallah has no smoking gun tying Israel to Hariri murder
    First published 02:49 11.08.10 | Last updated 02:49 11.08.10
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