On Friday, Lebanese Christian President Michel Suleiman blamed the Zionist regime for the deadly car bombing in the Southern suburb of Beirut on August 15, which killed 21 and injured more than 250 people.
“This a criminal act that bears the fingerprints of terrorism and Israel, and is aimed to destablize Lebanon and deal a blow to the resilience of the Lebanese,” said Suleiman on Thursday.
Israeli president Shimon Peres, a war criminal, told UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon on Friday that he was shocked to hear that Lebanese president Michel Suleiman accused Israel for the latest Beirut car bombing.
“We have become accustomed to this kind of accusations, they need to be ignored,” Said Gen. Danny Yatom, former head of Mossad, on Army Radio on Friday.
Waddah Charara, former Al-Hayat journalist, said Hizbullah’s arch-enemy the Zionist entity could have been behind the latest car bombing.
“I think the attack is part of a war being waged between Israel and the Shiite movement, that recently brought on the Israeli soldiers’ incursion into Lebanese territory,” Charara said. “The Zionist entity and Hizbullah are currently exchanging explosive messages,” he said.
Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati declared Friday as national day of mourning.
On August 7, 2013, Hizbullah fighters foiled Israeli operation in which several members of Israel’s Golani Brigade Commando Force tried to enter Lebanese soil in the Labbouna area. They retreated after some of the soldiers were injured by land-mines planted by Hizbullah fighters. This sent a shocking message to Israeli generals that even after Hizbullah’s involvement in Syrian crisis to protect Shi’ite interests in Syria, a test the Resistance paased with 100% marks last month, it stays alert as ever when it comes to Israel’s evil agenda. Israeli media admitted that four Israeli soldiers were wounded by a blast alongside Israel-Lebanon border.
On October 19, Israeli Mossad car bombing killed Lebanese internal security chief Brigadier General Wissam al-Hassan near Sassine Square in Beirut’s predominantly Christian district of Ashrafiya. Wissam al-Hassan, a close Sunni ally of President Michel Sulaiman, had recently earthed an Israeli spy cell in Lebanon. The deadly blast killed 8 people and injured another 78, mostly Lebanese Christians.
Hizbullah leadership, so far, has not blamed Israel or any of its Takfiri friends fighting Syrian army.
Rachelle Marshall, editor, member of Jewish Voice for Peace and one of the 7,000 ‘Self-Hating Israel-Threatening (S.H.I.T) Jews.
“The US and Israel regard Hizbullah as a terrorist organization, but it is a legitimate political party in Lebanon, respected for the social services it provides. The announced aim of Hizbolluh’s military wing is to defend against Israeli attacks on Lebanon. The organization was created in response to Israel’s 1982 invasion of Lebanon, and the 18-year occupation of southern Lebanon that followed. In 2006 Hizbullah fought off another Israeli incursion into Lebanon – its third since 1978. Hizbullah’s military activity in Syria set off alarm bells in Israel. As fighting between Syrian rebels and government forces came close to the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights in early June, Israeli soldiers were preparing for yet another war in Lebanon,” wrote Ms Marshall last month.
“Saying they had learned their lesson in 2006, Israeli military leaders warned that the next round of fighting would be “short, deadly and urban.” The army accordingly built a mock Lebanese village complete with the fortified tunnels that Hezbollah uses to store supplies. After five days of exercises in which some Israeli soldiers pretended to be Hezbollah, others stormed the village with gunfire, grenades and tanks. After 90 minutes, Hezbollah was declared defeated (a Zionists fantasy!), she added.