NASRALLAH FRIGHTENED, VERY FRIGHTENED - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mark from Georgia
    • 14.08.10 | 02:24 (IDT)

    After witnessing the Syrian army forced by fear and humiliation to leave Lebanon. Nasrallah is concerned that he will be vilified by the Lebanese public. This could lead to a civil war in Lebanon. So now that the investigation has led to the conclusion that Nasrallah planned the Hariri murder, he needs a scapegoat. Who else but Israel. So far what evidence has been shown us, some aerial photo's taken years before the assassination? How ludicrous! Any operation like this would have needed "real time" operational intel, not some photo's taken years before the opt. It's laughable evidence. I can't wait to see/hear the doctored audio tapes. Bottom line Nasrallah is guilt as hell, and like a drowning man is grasping at anything to save his pathetic skin.

    from the article: Hezbollah to hand over evidence it claims implicates Israel in Hariri assassination
    First published 22:09 13.08.10 | Last updated 22:09 13.08.10
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