Skip to comments.The Hezbollah Connection
Posted on 02/10/2015 11:28:35 AM PST by csvset
1. Ahmad Abu Adass
In 2005, the last year of his life, Ahmad Abu Adass was 22 and still living with his parents in Beirut, Lebanon. He was kind and liked people, his friends later told investigators, but none of them thought he was very sophisticated. The best way to describe him was simple, one said. He was generous and a little naïve. He was very weak, physically. A Sunni Muslim of Palestinian descent, Adass had become interested in religion and now spent many hours at the Arab University Mosque near his home.
It was there, after a prayer session, that a man approached him. His name was Mohammed, he said. He was born a Muslim, but his parents died when he was young, and he grew up in a Christian orphanage. Now he wanted to return to Islam, learn how to pray, marry a Muslim woman. Could Adass help him? Adass said he could, and the two men became friends. Continue reading the main story Related Coverage
Four weeks later, on Feb. 14, 2005, at 12:55 p.m., an explosion just in front of the St. Georges Hotel shook downtown Beirut. It destroyed a convoy of vehicles carrying Lebanons former and probably next prime minister, Rafik Hariri, killing him along with eight members of his entourage and 13 bystanders.
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They conducted a long term surveillance of Hariri. Makes me wonder if that kind of surveillance is being done here in America and of whom it’s being done on?
interesting historical account of the investigation of Hariri’s Hezbollah assassins and how they went out of their way to try to frame a simpleton...
Speaking of Hezbollah... aren’t Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s Pakistani ITs involved with a Hezbollah figure?
Why yes, yes they are:
House Dem IT Staffers Owed Money To Hezbollah-Connected Fugitive
· by Ray76 · 5 replies
Daily Caller ^ | Feb 21, 2017 | Luke Rosiak
Congressional aides suspected of criminally misusing their access to House computer systems owed $100,000 to an Iraqi politician who is wanted by U.S. authorities and has been linked to Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed Middle Eastern terrorist outfit.
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