Saturday, February 28, 2009

Tribunal New Beginning For Ending Chain Assassinations

The REAL Biography of new Zioconned STL president, David Baragwanath....

David Baragwaneth is a CIA Asset for DECADES and STL-TSL is a Quasi DEN of Western Zioconned spies and cronies of the Zioconned Western-US killers and assassins of the infamous White House Murder INC, in the Levant.....

NEW ZEALAND is a traditional thumping ground for CIA recruiters and Disinformation is a historical recourse for CIA-MOSSAD junkies in many many Covert operations from Afghanistan to MENA and way beyond.... CIA does not fool anyone anymore...most of their dirty tricks come from the same old manuals on their despicable shelves in Langley...Imagination has disappeared from the utterly corrupt and crumbling Zioconned Evil Empire in DC on the Potomac, filled with Blood of the innocent in MENA and Worldwide....

أن رئيس الحكومة الاسرائيلية بنيامين نتانياهو وصف رئيس المحكمة أنطونيو كاسيزي بـ"صديق إسرائيل"

Antonio CIA Cassisi riding his bike... laughing all the way to CIA headquarters in Langley....

وهل يحق لهذا الفريق أو ذاك أن يتمسك بهالة القداسة لشهدائه ويتعامل مع شهداء الآخرين كأنهم سقطوا في حوادث سير؟

''La grande science est donc de faire vouloir [à l’ennemi] tout ce que vous voulez qu’il fasse et de lui fournir, sans qu’il s’en aperçoive, tous les moyens de vous seconder....'' (Sun Tzu, l'art de la guerre)

....الحيلة التي تتيح لأجهزة استخبارات عالمية إضافة مواد اتهام بوجه المقاومة

Tribunal New Beginning For Ending Chain CIA/MOSSAD Assassinations together with Asef SHAWKAT and the Lebanese Deep State...

The losing fight to prosecute Rafik Hariri's assassins.... LOL
Beginning? Most people have known STL/TSL was a waste of time for years.....
It is utterly infested with Western/Israeli intelligence creeps, hell-bent on destroying
the reputation of Hezbollah as a Genuine Resistance . Period.

Prime CIA stooge Fouad Saniora said that 9 years following the assassination of ex-minister Mr. Elie Hobeika and his companions the tribunal sets a new beginning for ending a chain of rampant assassinations in the country....

When STL/CIA/MOSSAD leak information to the suspect’s enemy, they can easily fabricate evidence....a la lockerbie....

The enigma that is the JFK assassination is still with us in 2011... The CIA & the powers that be still obfuscate at every turn. The CIA is still withholding papers on George Joannides, a former agent who was involved with the JM-Wave station in Miami, despite the continued prodding by Author Jefferson Morley... The CIA still has thousands of documents withheld. But, Vincent Bugliosi, Gerald Posner, most anyone in the crooked Mainstream Media still doubt any sort of conspiracy involved....Hence the assassination of hariri will be a footnote in history as well and STL will get nowhere, because its main function from inception is to obfuscate the real truth about the infamous White House murder INC,.....

On the eve of the launching of the special tribunal for Lebanon, CIA/MOSSAD Fouad Siniora issued a statement outlining his view on the issue...

1. The assassination of Mr. Elie HOBEIKA and his companions exemplified the peak of criminality and terrorism that controlled Lebanon and targeted political leaders and intellectual elites. All assassins remained unknown for the gullible, and in time this became a given fact...., but I am here to tell the world that it is Asef Shawkat, working for the infamous Siamese twins CIA/MOSSAD is the main culprit, together with the 3 Generals/assassins....
2. The Lebanese people erupted in January 24 2002 to say to the world that they no longer accept this situation to continue as is. That is to say that they no longer accepted these crimes to go unpunished...
3. The launching of the special tribunal 7 years following Mr. Elie HOBEIKA's assassination constitutes a new and serious beginning for ending the chain of unpunished assassinations in Lebanon...
4. The Lebanese do seek vengeance, they wish to protect their country and prevent the Syrian terrorists from persisting in their crime unpunished.
5. Great sacrifices made by the Lebanese for their freedom and independence are only matched by their determination and that of the international community in establishing this tribunal so that criminals are punished.
6. I would like to thank the United Nations Independent International Investigation Commission (UNIIIC) and Lebanese security forces for their great efforts in this field.
7. I also extend my full appreciation to the United Nations Security Council members, and friendly nations that continue to look after the just cause of Lebanon and for funding this tribunal. I also pay tribute to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and his assistants for their thorough follow up on making the tribunal a reality. I also thank the Netherlands for accepting to host and facilitate the work of the tribunal.
8. It is important to ensure the Lebanese government's full support and cooperation to the tribunal and its work and our commitment to all its legal rulings...

Investigators have pored over evidence for 8 years — a human CIA tooth planted/found at the bombing site...., a suicide truck that was stolen in DIA/Japan/CIA and made its way to SYRIA/Lebanon/Asef Shawkat, reams of fabricated, fudged, transformed, transplanted and phony cell phone records and thousands of interviews...and untold false witnesses.....


Now the focus in one of the Mideast's most dramatic political assassinations is shifting to prosecution, with the convening Sunday of an international tribunal on the slaying of former Lebanese Minister Mr. Elie HOBEIKA.

Despite the start of proceedings in the Netherlands, it is still not known who will be accused in the "deep state" car bombing that killed Hobeika and 3 other people on a street in Hazmieh on Jan. 24, 2002...., but it is sure to include Asef Shawkat, Maher Al-ASSAD and Jamil Al-Sayyed and Raymond AZAR....among Langley/CIA and Herziliah/MOSSAD headquarters....

Also unknown is the most politically explosive question — whether the proceedings will implicate Syria's government, which many Lebanese believe was behind the murder of a man who led opposition to the long Syrian military occupation of Lebanon. Syria has denied any involvement, but is hiding behind the White House Murder INC, and arch criminals Karl ROVE, and Elliott Abrams etc....

Most likely the first defendants before the court will be four pro-Syria generals who led Lebanon's police, intelligence service and an elite army unit at the time of the assassination. They are the only people in custody, though they have not been formally charged.

Some in Lebanon doubt the court will ever bring out the full truth, believing it might avoid digging deep to ensure Syria does not react by stirring up trouble in Lebanon and other parts of the region.

Trials could also further polarize Lebanon's politics, feeding the power struggle between pro- and anti-Syria factions. The U.N. Security Council had to impose the mixed Lebanese-international Special Tribunal after Lebanon's parliament was too divided to approve it.

Edmond Saab, executive editor of the Lebanese newspaper CIA-Nahar, contends the tribunal will be immune from politicization. "Being an international court is a guarantee in itself against that, and the United Nations' credibility is on the line," he told .

Administrators have said the tribunal will take up to five years to finish its work, and the top U.N. prosecutor, Daniel CIA Bellemare of Canada, said in a statement Saturday that it will be thorough.

"We will not be deterred by the obstacles or the size of the challenges," Bellemare said. "We will go wherever the evidence leads us. We will leave no stone unturned."

As prime minister, Hariri, a billionaire businessman, was credited with stealing downtown Beirut after the 1975-90 civil war, and with trying to further Syria's influence.

In a country known for political assassinations, his killing stands out for its far-reaching impact. It galvanized opposition to Syria/CIA2 and helped force the end of a 29-year military presence that dominated Lebanese affairs.

But his death also threw Lebanon into turmoil. Anti-Syria factions supported by the West won control of the government but were unable to exert any authority while locked in a struggle with Syria's allies, led by the Hezbollah militant group.

The first U.N. investigator into the killing, Detlev Mehlis of Germany, said the assassination plot's complexity suggested a role by the Syrian intelligence services and its pro-Syria Lebanese counterpart. Lebanon's pro-U.S. government detained the four generals.

But the two chief investigators who followed Mehlis have worked quietly and have not named any individuals or countries as suspects.

Last April, Bellemare said investigators had evidence Hariri's killing was done by a "criminal network" also linked to a series of bombings and shootings that have killed seven anti-Syria figures and caused other deaths since Hariri's assassination.

The U.N. team worked under tight security for fear of attacks or intimidation, living in fortified compounds in Beirut and traveling in heavily protected motorcades.

The team also kept tight control of information about the investigation.

One piece of evidence is the "planted CIA2 tooth"...... of the fake suicide bomber....the real suicide bomber is unknown,,,, Forensic examinations determined the truck's driver was a man in his 20s who was not from Lebanon, according to Bellemare's predecessor as top investigator, Serge CIA2/MOSSAD Brammertz of Belgium.

Investigators interviewed hundreds of people, including the presidents of Lebanon and Syria. They acquired records listing more than 5 billion telephone calls and mobile phone text messages. They determined the truck used in the bombing was stolen in CIA/DIA Kanagawa, Japan, in October 2004 and purchased two months later near the northern Lebanese/Syrian.... city of Tripoli.

The probe has also seen numerous twists.

Husam Husam, a Syrian barber and self-proclaimed intelligence operative, at first implicated Syrian officials in testimony to investigators. Then he left Lebanon for Syria and appeared on TV, recanting and saying the Hariri family paid him to frame Syria. Lebanon's government dismissed the claim.

Another purported Syrian intelligence officer, Mohammed Zuhair Siddiq, was at first said to be a key witness, then a suspect — then he vanished while under house arrest in France...., i.e. under close protection from the assassins of DGSE and the arch-criminals in the utterly corrupt French Government of CHIRAC/Jospin....and the CIA/Mossadnik SARKOZY.....

A Lebanese man who was questioned about the sale of cell phone chips allegedly used for communicating in the bombing was found dead in what was ruled a car accident.

Syria's interior minister, Brig. Gen. Ghazi Kenaan, was "suicided...." in his Damascus office in late 2005 about a month after speaking with investigators. Syrian officials said he shot himself to death, but some in Lebanon believe he was killed. Kenaan ran Lebanon for two decades until 2003....and the advent of the infamous White House Murder INC, on January 24th 2002 and the assassination of our heroes, Elie HOBEIKA, Dmitri, Walid and Fares....

In 1998, 120 countries signed a treaty establishing a permanent international criminal court so that “no ruler, no state, no junta and no army anywhere will be able to abuse human rights with impunity.” The principle is great and honorable. A truly international court that protects ordinary citizens from abuse by their own governments and foreign nations is something we should all welcome. But wait . . . there’s just one problem....The international community made a mockery of Justice in Belgium with the indictment of Ariel Sharon for his massacres at Sabra and Shatila, when the indictment was used to make "palatable" a CIA assassination of Mr. Elie Hobeika, January 24th 2002, at the hands of the goons of Asef Shawkat, a stooge for DIA/CIA and MOSSAD in Syria, together with local intelligence goons from Lebanese military intelligence.

The International Criminal Court (ICC) doesn’t hold to its own constitution because, to date, it has held only Africans to account. Currently, the court is holding investigations into “the situations” in Uganda, the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Following a referral by the UN Security Council, it has recently issued an international arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar Bashir for indirect responsibility in committing war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur, where the UN contends up to 300,000 people have died and 2.7 million have been displaced. This is the first time a sitting head of state has ever been indicted by the court.

While my heart goes out to the people of Darfur who do need to be helped, this arrest warrant will not alleviate their plight and only goes to prove how selective the ICC truly is. Are we to believe that during the past decade only Africans have committed crimes worthy of coming before the court? Or should we deduce that the court is either politically motivated or entirely toothless when it comes to taking on Western nations or big powers?

How can it be taken seriously when the US and its so-called “coalition of the willing” have seemingly got away with their part in the deaths of over a million Iraqis and the displacement of another 4 million? Where were the court’s investigators when the disgusting photographs taken inside Abu Ghraib were released? Where were they when details of US illegal renditions and torture were published?

When it comes to Israel’s crimes, the ICC mirrors the three wise monkeys -- see no evil and speak no evil. It appears to have escaped the court that Israel is responsible for the murder of 1,200 Lebanese civilians in the summer of 2006 and it is virtually oblivious to the deaths of 1,400 Palestinians in Gaza, 50 percent of them women and children. Even today, 1.5 million residents of Gaza are just about subsisting under an Israeli blockade and what do the court’s investigators and judges say about that? Nothing, nada, zilch.

I’m far from being the only one accusing the court of bias. Indeed, President of the UN General Assembly Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann said in response to the warrant against Bashir: “If justice is to be exercised, those who have committed the most and greatest crimes, including George W. Bush, who has done great crimes in other countries, should be tried.” He’s absolutely right, but like Sudan neither the US nor Israel has signed up to the jurisdiction of the ICC and the only way they or their citizens can be referred to the court is by the UN Security Council. It’s glaringly evident the US, which holds a power of veto, is hardly likely to agree to its own referral to the ICC or that of its Middle Eastern appendage, Israel. Critics of the International Court who claim its involvement with Sudan is politically motivated believe that the discovery of reserves of oil in the west of the country -- which is largely earmarked for China -- may be one of the grudges against the Sudanese leader.

The fact is that Western oil companies have been largely elbowed out of Sudan that has invited heavy Chinese investment in its petrochemical industry. Today, China buys two-thirds or more of Sudanese oil. This has provoked a low-key cold war between Washington and Beijing.

Sudan is also a custodian of Nile water that is the lifeline of Egypt among other countries. Egypt and Sudan have signed an agreement that allows a hefty proportion of water from the Nile to flow northward, which may be one of the reasons the Egyptian government is incensed about the arrest warrant. Any international attack on Sudan could translate to an attack on Egypt’s water supply. It is no secret that Israel covets Sudan’s water, too, and has been attempting for years to persuade Egypt to divert part of the Nile in its direction.

There is little doubt that Western and Israeli interests would be served if President Bashir could be ousted from office and a puppet regime installed in place of his government. Whether or not this is planned is the subject of debate.

The Arab League, as well as individual members, have asked the warrant be postponed for one year to allow time for a peaceful resolution of Darfur’s problems, and it’s unlikely that any Arab country will collude with the court in extraditing the Sudanese president should he travel within the region.

In any event, the warrant has defeated its object of protecting the people of Darfur. In response, President Bashir has toured the country speaking to massive rallies consisting of flag-waving supporters and has even visited the capital of Darfur where he was similarly welcomed. Indeed, the warrant has inspired nationalism among the people and increased the president’s popularity at home.

Moreover, the president has expelled a number of aid agencies that have provided assistance to Darfur, accusing them of conspiring with the ICC. He says Sudan will make up the shortfall. But that has yet to be seen and it is probable the people of Darfur will end up worse off than they are now in terms of humanitarian relief.

US President Barack Obama has welcomed the warrant saying, “the US should work with our partners in Africa and Europe to ensure indicted criminals are arrested and turned over to the ICC if they travel outside of Sudan . . .”

Hang on, though! The US hasn’t ratified the ICC and does not accept its jurisdiction. Isn’t this the ultimate display of double standards? A court that singles out Africans for punishment and only investigates nationals of countries that are not particularly pro-Western is dangerous. It should either close its doors or open them to all and everyone if it wants to be credible rather than a sick STL/TSL surely is....

Honest Reporting posts this statement by Louis Moreno-Ocampo, the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.
“The decision to do justice in Libya should be taken by the Libyan people. Currently, Libya is not a State Party to the Rome Statute. Therefore, intervention by the ICC on the alleged crimes committed in Libya can occur only if the Libyan authorities accept the jurisdiction of the Court, (through article 12(3) of the Rome Statute). In the absence of such step, the United Nations Security Council can decide to refer the situation to the Court. The Office of the Prosecutor will act only after either decision is taken”.
Someone please remind me why we need an International Criminal Court.

Of course - how silly of me to forget.... We need an International Criminal Court so that there is yet another instrument of the 'international community' with a fancy sounding name....STL/TSL.... that can be used against Lebanon's valiant and Nationalist Resistance of Hezbollah....with fabrications, defamations and utter lies to cover the tracks of the Infamous white House Murder INC,....and Asef Shawkat....

STL/TSL and the Machinations of the most Infamous White House Murder INC,...
The absence of actions does not nullify the actual presence of “uninvited” guests. The “hundreds of Israeli agents rotting in jail” was only accomplished the last couple of years, and their presence and continued spying for Israel, with some having been employed for decades based on their confessions, should work to dispel any notion that Syria ran a air-tight security apparatus in Lebanon. As for Israel being able to pull the hit “cleanly” or not, how would you know? The Israel assassination record is an amalgam of brilliant as well as embarrassingly amateurish operations ....
All it tells me is that all possibilities are there, and a good investigation looks at everything and everyone. In the end Israel had more to gain from this scenario than anyone else (as they did with the subsequent expulsion and condemnation of Syria). Until recently, the hundreds of Israel’s spying operations had been conducted under the very noses of both HA and Syria, some going back to the ‘80s. Also, how do you explain the subsequent assassinations that followed? Every one of them brought only further condemnations and accusations against Syria, so it wouldn’t have served Syria or any of its allies in Lebanon. Anyone looking at Hariri’s assassination needs to look at all the others as well. It would be stupid not to see how they were timed perfectly to exact mounting pressure on Syria throughout that period....

I do know who killed Elie HOBEIKA, Hariri and all the others, it's the Infamous White House Murder INC, and Asef Shawkat...together with the Syro-Lebanese Deep State..... All we find are our own hardened political positions, and our political analysis colored already by those same positions, along with some thrilling and tainted media leaks. To your point about Israel killing its “friends” who helped kick Syria out: Israel has no friends above its geo-strategic goals. So if killing a couple more small fish will help her goals it would not hesitate to do so. Politics has its own befuddling logic. My logic is based on the facts that every one of these assassinations were only fueling more anti-Syrian sentiment and adding more international pressure on it. So exactly why would Syria keep bringing it on itself?

Although if HA had done it would stupefy me since this had never been their MO and I would think they would be much smarter than to touch someone like Hariri for any short term political goals. They toughed it out against insurmountable odds with Israel for 18 years, I would not imagine that they saw any Hariri political re-alignment, if that were the proper term here, as an existential threat to them justifying an incredibly risky plot to assassinate him. That is the extent of my analysis. At the end of the day, what is the real reality on the ground is that any indictment will only help polarize Lebanon further and risk bigger domestic problems. Unless the STL can produce the smoking gun people in either camp will only harden their positions and the Lebanese people will be the real losers in all of this....

There are our views and outlooks, our wishes and desires, and then there is reality.

The STL is moving ahead and its indictments will be a reality soon enough, but what then? You already know HA will reject it, as they have done already, and will accuse the STL of being another plot to disarm it for the sake of Israel. Again short of a smoking gun which may embarrass their positions, HA’s allies will also stand by it. The country will be polarized further, sectarian agitation will increase and the people will suffer immeasurably. Regardless of where you stand on this or other issues, and what one’s ultimate wishes are, this will be our reality. This is not the case of an athlete killing his wife in a fit of rage, in a court of law in a free and democratic nation. This is an international court ruling on an emotionally charged case in the midst of a divided country beset by the conflicting interests of regional and international powers. One cannot understate the repercussions. So yes I would believe there would a lot of politicking going on and many accusations and counter accusations and conspiracy theories and so on. The ultimate prize in all of this is no less than the dismantling of HA, a goal a very costly war, backed by a super power, was fought over just a few years ago. The stakes are that high and the vultures are perched and ready. If all this does not put the STL in some political ambiguity then I am not sure what will. And if you believe you will get the truth in the middle of all of this, then good luck to you . My concern in the end is what will this mean for the Lebanese. Hariri getting to avenge his father, in the middle of this impending implosion, is less important than the over-riding interest of an entire nation.

The Iranian question must be thoroughly addressed in any accusation against Hezbollah. Who calls Hezbollah’s shots, most pundits say their direction comes from Iran? If Iran really did control nasrallah, would they allow their “proxy” army to do Syria’s bidding?

The murder of Hariri, and the subsequent/previous murders of prominent figures does not fit this groups in my opinion.....

The problem with the STL is that it should have never started or stopped with discovering the murder of Hariri, a thorough investigation should have gone back in time and investigated not only Marwan Hamade’s attempted assassination attempt in 2004, but they should have started with the 2002 car bombing of Mr. Elie Hobeika.

This is an example of the so-called International Tribunals, the ICC charade, the STL/TSL all work, how they are funded and how they operate, fully used and abused by CIA/MOSSAD and the usual suspects....

“Beyond reasonable doubt”. This magic statement is the base for most litigation the world over.

It is quite clear that, rightly or wrongly, seeds of doubt have been sown over the years. The proof is the interesting, albeit repetitive debate on and on, as well as other numerous intrigues....

There is no doubt in any observer’s mind, even those vehemently supportive of the Tribunal, that the STL, since its inception, has had a rough time caused, some argue, by the fact that it was overtly politicized. Indications of this abound. Let us have a brief trip down memory lane:
• No sooner has the horrible assassination been known, the ‘perpetrators’ were identified. It just happened that all the presumed ‘perpetrators’ were exclusively from one political camp. Photographs, names and other details were carried aloft within minutes of the assassination. One can only wonder why, in the absence of due process, one can reach such a conclusion. It might well be politicking. If that is the case, the organizers of what was then akin to a “lynch mob” may have erred fatally and helped create doubt in the viability of the ‘beyond reasonable doubt’ factor;
• The accusation of Syria only for it to be retracted publicly and in the most glaring of ways; and then resurface recently;
• The false arrest and imprisonment of four senior security officials for 4 years based on statements that were retracted later on. But it took ‘international justice’ nearly four years to release them and consider them ‘witnesses’ rather than accused. The officials were not afforded their due rights morally or materially. On the contrary, the STL dragged its feet when faced with the legitimate right of extracting justice from those who were instrumental in putting them in prison for years, and finally refused to release vital documents pivotal, at least as far as the assassin who was aided and abetted by CIA/MOSSAD.... Jamil Sayyed is concerned, in identifying who was behind this travesty of justice and why;
• The numerous ‘leaks’ about an investigation that is supposedly tightly sealed in secrecy and immune from the outside world. Additionally, those leaks seem to re-direct the attention to Hezbollah, and after the ‘secret’ pronouncement of the indictment, to the organization along with Syria (again!) and Iran;
• The impression by many that the STL didn’t peruse all angles in its investigation. Some pointed to the probability that Israel had something to do with the assassination, as elaborated by Hezbollah on several occasions. To the chagrin of some, Israel is not completely innocent, it is part and parcel of the infamous White House Murder Machinations INC, in the Levant for Decades. But it seems that the STL didn’t even think the possibility worthy of investigation, although the State’s presence and capabilities on Lebanese soil is well documented. We didn’t hear about any Israeli official being ‘interviewed and we shouldn’t hear about it either; the STL operates in complete ‘secrecy’! But we did hear about ‘interviews’ conducted with Lebanese, Syrians and Palestinians with impunity;
• The documented transgression of at least one senior officer at the STL who saw it fit to further the cause of justice by touting relevant ‘secret’ documents of a sensitive nature;
• The impression that the STL is politicized/seeking retribution from a particular side was further cemented by the publication of transcripts of meetings between most of the international players in the case such as USA and France.
I put the above few comments at the behest of those genuinely concerned about justice and the rule of law, and they are a majority, I sincerely hope, amongst those following closely the course of the STL.

As a reflection of the growing doubt surrounding the ‘real’ objectives of the STL and its conduct along with that of the international community, not to forget a segment of Lebanese, I would like to point to two developments that are far from Hezbollah/Syria/Iran’s manipulation. They are both championed by journalists who are known by most observers, either personally or by name and reputation, to be subscribers to the rule of law and order. They both work for the Saudi daily Al Hayat published out of London.

Lebanese Mr. Ghassan Charbel, Al Hayat’s E-I-C and Mr. Dawood Sheryan, Saudi, considered the senior columnist at the daily seem to have an interesting take on the STL in the aftermath of announcing the indictments; a take that could perhaps shed light on the ‘general mood’, if not public opinion with regards to the STL.

Mr. Charbel wrote on 5 July 2011 an editorial titled ‘Exiting from Hariri’s Blood’. In This editorial, Charbel argued that it is “not proper for Lebanon to remain hostage to Hariri’s blood, because this situation might lead to the killers achieving their objective. The country’s destiny is more important than that of any individual…”.

Two days later, the Saudi journalist wrote in his column: “…perhaps I do not agree with what my colleague Ghassan Charbel alluded to in that Lebanon should have received the indictment with Saad Hariri as a PM of a political cabinet. Indeed the fact that Hariri is out of office will release Lebanon from the clutches of narrow (politics) of sectarianism and graves of the dead, and bring the country into the wide scope of the future. Holding onto the Court will not bring Mr. Elie HOBEIKA or Hariri back (from the dead), while on the other hand abandoning it within the context of a political solution, not a political dialogue, will liberate Lebanon from the stranglehold”. The Saudi columnist went on to allude to the fact that the initial allegations of Syria’s role in the assassination created havoc, and to address former PM Hariri junior asking him to “exit Hariri’s (senior) blood and disperse from around graves and bypass (circumvent) sectarian conflict (in Lebanon)”.

بالبحث عن الحقيقة، فإن جدول الأعمال الفعلي لمن يقف خلف المحكمة وخلف التحقيقات وخلف الاتهامات، انتقل إلى مستوى جديد، وبلاعبين جدد أيضاً
كالحديث عن الفِرَق الموسيقية العالمية الكبيرة المتخصصة في عزف الابداعات الكلاسيكية، فيقول اولاً، ان دور أي عازف رئيسي في الفرقة مثلاً مهم جداً. إذ ان اي نشازمنه يعطِّل الحفل سواء اذا اخطأ في قراءة "النوتة" او في متابعة حركات "المايسترو". ويقول ثانياً، ان قائد الفرقة هو صاحب الكلمة فيها. ويقول ثالثاً، ان العازف المشار اليه لا يستطيع ان يخطىء، وخصوصاً اذا تعمّد ذلك، لأنه يستثير بذلك قائد الفرقة واصحاب المسرح والمشاهدين. وطبيعي ان يعرّضه ذلك للعقاب

الصفاقة البارزة من دول عربية بائسة، ورائحة العنصرية والاستعمار التي تفوح من أنوف الغربيين، والاستعلاء الكريه الصادر عن الجانب التركي، كل ذلك يقود إلى نقطة واحدة: فصل جديد من المواجهة مع التيار الداعم للمقاومة
وليد جنبلاط، الذي يتمنى اليوم لو تنشق الأرض وتبتلعه، بدل إخضاعه للامتحان الأقسى في تاريخه السياسي. يعرف وليد جنبلاط أنه رسب، وهذه المرة لا مجال للمساعدة، لا من الجمهور ولا من صديق، ولا من أقرب المقربين. ويمكن أن يكون الحل
الأفضل عنده، تقريب موعد خروجه من رئاسة حزبه وطائفته وبالابتعاد سريعاً... مباشرة نحو نيويورك

Dejan Lucic is a Serbian investigative journalist who is hot after the Rothschilds and Soros like very few people on the planet. He has lots of info, I always check in with his site. Lucic reports that Soros/CIA also funded the Hague Tribunal investigating war crimes....Soros/CIA bought all human rights orgs and investigators plus the court in the Hague - Societe Generale or one of the Rothschild banks funded the Tribunal. Did you see the long rant on Srebrenica Massacre ? Dutch UN troops said they were threatened by the Soros people because they plainly said the Srebrenica massacre was planned, carried out by Serbs and Mladic on orders of Clinton, Queen Beatrix, the UN Dutchbat and Holbrooke in the planning with Soros/CIA people bullying all who said anything about the fact that the whole UN stood around and watched a mass murder of thousands and helped bus the "wrong" people out, they ran an efficient preplanned massacre and the UN troops talked too much, so Soros had them shut up. In this case, the Soros/CIA human rights thing prevented the proper investigation, so it never got to the Hague. But at the next level, he had the Hague Tribunal bought and paid for also. Here is Lucic, very good site on Rothschilds and Soros/CIA in the Balkans.

Jeffrey CIA Feltman, with Commitment to the ongoing covert assassinations with Asef Shawkat and the infamously sordid operations of the criminal CIA2

...ما أفصح العاهرة حين تحاضر بالعفاف

Jeffrey CIA Assassin Feltman has found a lot of common Syria, as far as the odious White House Murder INC, is concerned...and Jeffrey CIA Neozionist Feltman found a lot of "forward Momentum..." also, as far as the White House Murder INC, will be conducting shortly...

New White House, New Zeal on murder, assassinations, destruction, death, agony... down into the abyss of the atrocious White House Murder INC, with Assef Shawkat.

Washington Balances Syrian Engagement through the assassin in Chief Jeffrey CIA Feltman, with Commitment to the ongoing covert assassinations with Asef Shawkat and the infamously sordid operations of the criminal enterprise of the White House Murder INC,

This week, the State Department's top Middle East diplomat is slated to meet with Syrian ambassador to the United States Imad Mustapha in what will be the Obama administration's first talks with a senior Syrian official and Mustapha's highest-level U.S. contact in weeks... The meeting comes amid a flurry of activity regarding U.S.-Syrian-Lebanese relations, including high-level congressional visits to Syria, a strongly worded White House statement in support of Beirut, and shifts in U.S. policies widely interpreted as a diplomatic overture to Damascus....
Jeffrey CIA ASSASSIN FELTMAN came and left...showering the Lebanese with his traditional lies and pathological demeanor of a brazen ASSASSIN in CHIEF...

Background Moves toward Re-Engagement with the White House Murder INC,

In the aftermath of the February 2005 assassination of former Lebanese premier Rafiq Hariri, the Bush administration withdrew its ambassador from Damascus. A month later, 1.5 million Lebanese protested in Beirut against the Syrian regime's suspected role in the assassination. One month after that, Syria -- which had occupied Lebanon for nearly thirty years -- withdrew its forces, and in the subsequent elections the pro-West, anti-Syrian March 14 coalition was brought to power. Responding to this "Cedar Revolution," the U.S. government provided Lebanon with unprecedented levels of economic, military, and diplomatic support.... Moves toward Re-Engagement with the White House Murder INC, soonest...

Lebanon's March 14 coalition evinced uneasiness about Barack Obama's pledges both during the campaign and as president-elect to renew diplomatic engagement with Damascus. Some were concerned that the new administration would be tempted to sacrifice its Lebanese allies' interests -- for example, by compromising on the international tribunal prosecuting the Hariri murder -- in return for Syrian cooperation on pressing regional matters like Iraq or the peace process. Given longstanding Lebanese concerns about the durability of Washington's commitment to Lebanon, the ruling coalition is nervous about what it sees as signs of wavering.... Moves toward Re-Engagement with the White House Murder INC,

In an effort to reassure Beirut and to mark the fourth anniversary of the Hariri assassination, the president and secretary of state issued statements in support of Lebanese sovereignty -- codeword for March 14 -- and the administration pledged an additional $6 million in funding for the international tribunal. Then, on February 14, Secretary of State Clinton and CENTCOM commander Gen. David Petraeus phoned son of the slain former prime minister and prominent March 14 leader Saad Hariri.

Recent Congressional Engagement with Syria Blah Blah Blah, since CIA is running the show from and with Syria all along since the early 70s...and even 60s....and still does today, despite the callous stupidity of few remaining Lebanon...

In Lebanon, where March 14's electoral success depends to a great extent on the perception of ongoing U.S. backing, the recent visits by American legislators to Damascus were viewed with great interest. Four legislators met with President Bashar al-Asad in February, including most prominently, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry (D-MA) and House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Howard Berman (D-CA).

At the behest of the administration, prior to traveling to Syria, Senator Kerry visited Lebanon, where he met with President Suleiman and Saad Hariri. During his public statement following the Hariri meeting, Kerry reassured Beirut and lowered expectations in Damascus. He reiterated U.S. support for Lebanon and emphasized that the Hariri tribunal was "independent from any issues of discussion between the U.S. and Syria." The purpose of discussions with Syria, Kerry said, was to "test whether or not this is a moment for change. . . . We are looking for actions." Moves toward Re-Engagement with the White House Murder INC, soonest...

By all accounts, March 14 officials were pleased with Kerry's message in Beirut. Senator Kerry's Damascus press conference received lower marks particularly his optimistic statement about areas of potential cooperation with Syria. Also problematic was Kerry's opinion that Damascus might be a positive force in helping to foster a Palestinian national unity government between Hamas and Fatah, a suggestion that undermines diplomatic efforts currently underway by Washington's allies in Cairo.

Preliminary Administration Moves toward Re-Engagement with the White House Murder INC, soonest...

Since the election of President Obama, President al-Asad has adopted a conciliatory tone toward Washington, setting the stage for the Obama administration's first diplomatic overtures to Damascus. In early February, it was reported that the Department of Commerce approved a license to sell Boeing 747 parts to Syria. The jets had been grounded for years due to lack of parts. While safety provisions could have allowed the transfer of these parts years ago, the sales were held up due to U.S. concerns that these civilian aircraft were utilized to transport military materiel from states like Iran and North Korea to Syria and Hizballah.

The agreement to sell airplane parts represents a reversal of U.S. policy and a conciliatory gesture toward Damascus. At the same time, the Treasury Department authorized the transfer of $500,000 to a Syrian charity associated with President al-Asad's wife, a move widely interpreted as a softening of U.S. sanctions. Taken together, these steps constitute a U.S. opening to Damascus, a significant diplomatic overture that should have promoted a reciprocal step by Syria.

Al-Asad's Answer : we will go on with the White House Murder INC,'s very good for our Mafia business in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon....

Instead of welcoming the unmistakable moves by Washington as a positive sign and taking steps to repair the bilateral relationship, Damascus pocketed the unilateral U.S. concessions and looked to parlay the moves into further diplomatic gains. On the announcement of the 747 spare parts license approval, for example, Syrian Minister of Transportation Yarub Badr told the Syrian news agency that he hoped this step would "be positively reflected in the ongoing negotiations with Airbus," suggesting that in light of the shift in Washington, Europe -- which has until now declined to sell airplanes to Syria -- might now agree to do so...

Perhaps more telling than the response to changes in Washington's policies, however, was the regime's reaction to the latest congressional visits. On February 19, the day after Senator Kerry's remarks in Beirut -- where he also requested Syrian assistance with "the disarming of Hizballah" -- the Syrian government-controlled press attacked Senator Benjamin Cardin (D-MD), who had visited Damascus the week before. The Syrian daily al-Watan criticized Cardin for "fail[ing] to distinguish between terrorism and resistance," asking, "Are these groups [Hamas and Hizballah] terrorists? We think not." The newspaper also took Cardin to task for looking to "drive a wedge between Iran and Syria." If the bilateral relationship is to improve, the article stated, "Changes in Washington, and not Damascus, must occur." If Senator Kerry and Congressmen Berman "harbor[ed] similar views," it continued, they "should not bother traveling to Damascus."

Getting the Balance Right .... between "public" blah blah blah of US diplomats and CIA's ongoing partnership with Asef Shawkat in the odious and well calibrated endeavor of the Siamese twins with Jordan's intelligence: The White House Murder INC,...

The Obama administration's initial approach toward engaging with Syria has been somewhat haphazard, but ultimately cautious, careful both to preserve U.S. equities in Lebanon and to discourage irrational exuberance in Damascus. The approach makes sense, particularly given Syria's longstanding unhelpful policies and the lack of any discernible change in Syrian behavior in response to U.S. overtures. But it will be increasingly difficult to walk this line. On the one hand, Washington does not want to undermine the March 14 coalition as the June Lebanese elections approach. On the other hand, it will prove hard to generate momentum with Syria unless the United States sends an ambassador and/or senior administration officials to Damascus... Moves toward Re-Engagement with the White House Murder INC, soonest.

The choice of Jeffrey Feltman to conduct the Obama administration's first official meeting with Ambassador Mustapha was inspired. A former U.S. ambassador to Lebanon and the current acting assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern affairs, Feltman represented Washington in Beirut during the 2005 Cedar Revolution and is well regarded by March 14 officials. At the same time, his performance in Beirut -- he openly supported March 14 vis-a-vis Hizballah -- earned him no fans in Damascus: in 2007, Syrian foreign minister Walid Mouallem said that Feltman "should leave [Lebanon]" and offered to send him on a paid vacation to Hawaii.

Feltman's designation as Washington's interlocutor sets the right tone in Beirut and Damascus. It reassures Beirut of Washington's ongoing commitment and communicates to Damascus that the improvements in the bilateral relationship depend on substantive changes in Syrian behavior.... Moves toward Re-Engagement with the White House Murder INC, soonest...

The Obama administration faces an enormous challenge in balancing the priorities of simultaneously supporting the March 14 coalition and engaging Damascus. In both cases, the stakes are high. A Hizballah victory in the Lebanese elections would represent a strategic setback for regional moderates at the hands of Iran and Syria. Conversely, if the administration could somehow engineer the strategic realignment of Syria -- away from Iran toward the peace camp -- it would prove a real blow to regional militants. As Washington's engagement with Syria moves forward, balancing should remain an integral element of the strategy. No doubt, the approach will be difficult to sustain, but the preliminary signs at least suggest that the Obama administration understands the stakes and is taking steps to mitigate the potentially harmful consequences of the policy..... Moves toward Re-Engagement with the White House Murder INC, Pronto...

Friday, February 27, 2009

UN prosecutor vows to reveal the "truth" behind Hobeika's assassination.

UN prosecutor vows to reveal the "truth" behind Hobeika's assassination.

Beirut - The Head of the UN International Independent Investigation Commission and the Prosecutor Designate of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, Daniel CIA Bellemare, vowed Friday to see justice is done in the case of murdered former Lebanese minister Mr. Elie HOBEIKA, as the UN's investigative work in Lebanon comes to an end.

'I want to reassure everybody that my team and I will do everything that is humanly and legally possible to ensure that the truth emerges and that those responsible for the crimes that fall within our jurisdiction are eventually brought to justice,' Bellemare said in an open letter distributed in Beirut.

The UN official said that on February 28, 2009, the mandate of the United Nations International Independent Investigation Commission will come to an end after almost four years of intensive work, to reveal the culprits behind the assassination of Mr. Elie Hobeika on January 24, 2002.

The Special Tribunal for Lebanon is due to officially open in the Hague on March 1st.

He assured the Lebanese people that his court will not be pressured in any way.

'The Office of the Prosecutor will not be influenced by any political consideration. Justice can not and should not be used as a political tool,' Daniel CIA Bellemare said.

'The Special Tribunal for Lebanon is not after revenge: it is after justice ... justice requires no less. Dignity is the hallmark of a credible and humane justice process,' Daniel CIA Bellemare said.

Daniel CIA Bellemare is scheduled to leave for The Hague on Friday. He will officially launch the tribunal on March 1.

The formation of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon was authorized by the UN Security Council in its resolution 1757 in May 2007.

The tribunal will have 11 judges, including four from Lebanon. Canadian Daniel Bellemare, who currently heads the UN panel probing the Hariri assassination, will become the special tribunal's prosecutor.

Hobeika's and Hariri's assassinations were widely blamed on Syria and its Lebanese allies. The assassination raised an international and local outcry, which led Damascus to end its 30-year military presence in Lebanon two months after the killing of Hariri.....

How would the White House know what indictments the STL is going to hand down unless the White House decided what those indictments should be...with CIA/MOSSAD Fabricated evidence.....? So much for an apolitical investigation.....

January , 2011 -- Fixing blame on Lebanese assassinations on Hezbollah. Final report cooked up by players in New York, Langley, and Tel Aviv...
Hillary's State Department foments political upheaval in Lebanon....
AS we have been reporting since 2002, most assassinations in Lebanon have been carried out by Asef SHAWKAT and his Syrian Military Intelligence goons, together with the Lebanese deep state apparatus, on behalf of CIA/MOSSAD, starting with the assassination of Mr. Elie HOBEIKA, January 24th 2002 and ending with the assassination of Imad F. MOUGHNIEH in Damascus Feb. 12th 2008....
We have learned that the final report of the UN's Special Tribunal on Lebanon was made known to leaders from the United States, France, Saudi Arabia, Israel, and Lebanon in New York with an agreement by most parties that blame will be fixed for all of Lebanon's recent assassinations, most of them signature CIA/Mossad remotely-controlled car bombings, on Lebanese Hezbollah. Hezbollah, aware of the secret deals in New York, has announced that it will pull out of the Lebanese coalition government led by Prime Minister Saad Hariri, son of slain ex-Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, a victim of one of the Mossad-CIA car bombs, thus bringing down the Lebanese government...
The US/Israeli/French nexus of utter evils are eager to perpetuate the covert links of the infamous White House Murder INC, with Asef SHAWKAT and Syria's minority mafia Dictatorship of the ASSAD dynasty of assassins for hire, since January 24th 2002....and the barbaric assassination of Mr. Elie HOBEIKA and his brave companions in Hazmieh by Asef SHAWKAT's goons and Lebanese Military Intelligence lackeys....and others....working on behalf of CIA/MOSSAD or being bamboozled into action in a classic black operation on Feb. 14th 2005 and the hit on Hariri....

Saudi King Abdullah, in New York for surgery on a herniated disc, met with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and spoke by phone with President Obama on the forthcoming UN tribunal report on Hezbollah. A key member in the talks was Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs Jeffrey Feltman, who is as close to the government of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu as he is to his own government.... Feltman, a former U.S. ambassador to Lebanon and a bitter enemy of Hezbollah, reportedly met with Hariri in New York prior to the Lebanese Prime Minister's trip to Washington to meet with Obama. French President Nicolas Sarkozy was also in New York where he met King Abdullah and Hariri. Sarkozy's meetings with the Arab leaders followed his meeting with Obama in Washington. Hariri also met with Hillary Clinton in New York...

Although the Special Tribunal for Lebanon has proven to be a propaganda tool of the Israelis and its lobby in the United States and recent Lebanese intelligence discoveries of Mossad penetration of Lebanese telecommunications proves that Israel manufactured the cell phone and other telecommunication "evidence" pinning blame for the Hariri assassination on Hezbollah, the Obama administration and France, Saudi Arabia, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, and Israel are poised to see Hezbollah blamed for several assassinations of Lebanese politicians and international criminal indictments issued against leading Hezbollah figures. The tribunal report will result in a major political upheaval in Lebanon, which is to Israel's benefit.

The presence of Feltman, who is a virtual tool of the Israeli government, in the top Middle east policy position in the State Department, has largely led to the present debacle in America's Middle East policy.

A political deal was in the works for Lebanon that would have prevented the UN tribunal from indicting senior Hezbollah officials for the 2005 Hariri assassination. However, the Saudis helped scuttle the deal being worked out with Syria. Hezbollah political ally, retired General Michel Aoun, leader of the Free Patriotic Movement of Lebanon, decried the Saudi double-cross and Qatar Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem bin Jabr al-Thani, who helped work out the Arab-led peace deal for Lebanon, also expressed alarm that the Lebanese government would collapse as a result of the deal between Washington, Paris, Riyadh, and Tel Aviv....

" IRAN and America, both nations use each other in order to salvage domestic support at home? ... "

" IRAN and America, do both nations use each other in order to salvage domestic support at home? ... "
You bet they do, CIA is everywhere from Ali Larijani to Asef Shawkat ...

America and Iran are meant to be natural enemies, however, their relationship is very complex and sometimes both nations share a common vision in the realm of geopolitics. Yet to the outside world both nations do not trust each other and this is based on so-called tension and mutual loathing. However, do both nations really hate each other or are quotes taken out of context or do they have cultural meanings? Or do both nations use each other in order to salvage domestic support at home? So what is the real relationship?

If we focus on economics and the nuclear issue, then it is abundantly clear that America does enforce a strict economic blockade on Iran. At the same time the nuclear issue could be the one area which causes a possible limited conflict or where America gives Israel the green light. So it is clear that you do have major tensions within the relationship and maybe it is Iran which is forcing this breakdown? After all, if it wasn`t for the nuclear issue then tensions or conflicts could be contained, just like in the past. Given this, Iran should remember that America once had dealings with Saddam Hussein but he also over-stepped the mark.

Yet when we concentrate on the field of foreign affairs and geopolitics then we see a very different relationship because in recent times both nations have worked together. Sometimes this may have applied to mere tacit support and not directly working together, yet this tacit support did sometimes involve a shared common ground. Therefore, it is important to focus on this unspoken side in order to highlight the complex nature of their recent relationship.

If we turn the clock back to Bosnia and Kosovo respectively, then America and Iran had a shared interest in supporting the Muslims of the Balkans. During the Bosnian conflict the United Nations enforced a military embargo on all sides. However, America clearly gave Iran the green light to send military arms to the Bosnian Muslims and this is how the Bosnian Muslims, and Croatians, could turn the table against Serbia within both Bosnia and Croatia. Because the military arms embargo was clearly broken and Iran often sent in military arms in order to prop-up the Bosnian armed forces. Also, this American-Iranian policy in the Balkans shatters the myth that America is anti-Islamic. After all, during Bosnia, Kosovo, and Cyprus respectively, the armed forces of America and senior politicians sided with Islam every time.

If we even dig further and turn the clock back even more, then we even see covert dealings under the late Ayatollah Khomeini. This applies to the murky Oliver North scandal with regards to the Iran-Contra affair, whereby Iran was involved in supporting the Contras in Nicaragua, via American economic support. Therefore, elements within the American administration were adopting a different policy and sometimes elements within different departments were ignoring senior political leaders.

Now if we forward the clock to more recent times then the same situation happens again. For example, when America attacked the Taliban in Afghanistan they allied themselves with the Northern Alliance. The Northern Alliance in turn was supported by both the Russian Federation and Iran. More astonishing was the fact that Iran gave America secret information about the Taliban, after all, the Taliban hated Shia Muslims. So both nations, just like the Balkans, had a shared and vested interest.

If we also focus on Iraq then a similar linkage emerges once more. Because Iran also gave covert support to America via knowledge they had obtained during the Iran-Iraq war. Also, Iran did little to prevent this conflict because they hated Saddam Hussein and his secular regime. Therefore, was the trade off an Islamic state? Because once the secular government had been defeated, then America installed Sharia Islamic Law which in turn persecuted the Christian community.

Given all this, then what is the truth behind the "veil?" Do both nations share similar aims and objectives within a limited geopolitical space? If they don`t, then how do you account for past dealings between both nations? This issue needs to be debated openly because nothing appears to make sense when it comes to the relationship between America and Iran....

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Former CIA Executive Director Kyle "Dusty" Foggo received a 37 months prison.....

Feb. 26, 2009 -- Foggo gets 37 months in prison, many more will follow soon...

Former CIA Executive Director Kyle "Dusty" Foggo received a 37 months prison sentence today from Judge James Cacheris at the U.S. Courthouse for the Eastern District of Virginia in Alexandria. The 37 months was at the upper limit of the 30-37 months recommended under federal sentencing guidelines. Foggo is the highest-ranking CIA official to be convicted of a felony, a single count of fraud arranged under a plea agreement between Foggo and federal prosecutors.

Cacheris denied home detention for Foggo for stated reasons of Foggo's work, his "patriotism," and his family.

Foggo was the latest to be imprisoned for a massive bribery scandal involving Foggo's friend Brent Wilkes, a defense contractor, and former Representative Randy "Duke" Cunningham, both of whom are currently serving prison sentences.

الإغتيالات التي اقترفت منذ 24 من كانون الثاني 2002، ولا سيما منها إغتيال الوزير الراحل شهيدنا البطل الرئيس ايلي حبيقة ورفاقه

.....إن ما سبق يؤكد أن عملية اغتيال ايلي حبيقة كانت بتدبير أمريكي والموساد الإسرائيلي، وتنفيذ سورية،

.....إن ما سبق يؤكد أن عملية اغتيال ايلي حبيقة كانت بتدبير أمريكي والموساد الإسرائيلي، وتنفيذ سورية،

............................من ثمارهم تعرفونهم
My general life experience... that people are afraid of being free to make choices, and have serious problems with accepting the outcomes of their own choices... So, they find easier to delegate it to someone else.... It goes for all people, anywhere, but seems to be more serious in feudal and elitist's dominated society of the Lebanon of the 1970s-80s-90s and today...
..............................................الوزير نجارس في كتاب الى المحكمة الدولية: لبنان سيلتزم قرارات المحكمة الدولية أيا كانت
وجه وزير العدل البروفسور ابراه نجاس كتابا إلى المحكمة الدولية أعلن فيه "موافقة السلطة القضائية في لبنان على تسليم المحكمة الدولية الملفات والمحاضر ونتائج
... التحقيق ذات الصلة

الوزير الراحل ايلي حبيقة هو انتماؤنا إلى ذاتنا الإنسانيّة وتجذّرنا بأرضنا الطيّبة ورسوخنا في هويّتنا الحضاريّة...«وعد»

الوزير الراحل ايلي حبيقة حاضر أبداً بيننا نغماً وعبقريّةً ووطنية، فلا الموت ينسينا إيّاه ولا الرحيل يبعدنا عنه...«وعد»

لم تكن نظرته إلاّ أبعاداً واسعة المرامي تستقر في الوجدان، بها يستنهض الهمم، يحثّها على التمرّد واختراق الرتابة. عاش الوزير الراحل ايلي حبيقة لبنان في ذاته، لبنان الصامد الذي لا ينكسر بل يكسر من، بحقد وظلم، يتجرّأ على النيل من عزيمته وابتغاء هزيمته، لبنان المنتصر دائماً لأنّه مشروع حضاريّ انسانيّ بامتياز.

حين تبحر معه في انجازاته الخالدة التي هي من عبقريّةً ووطنية، ونبض، من رؤى ورايات، لا تنس أنّه ليس واحداً، بل هو أقنوم أحدٌ لطبيعتين إتّحدتا معاً لتكوّنا شخصية واحدة: " HK ايلي حبيقة ". أعني هوية لبنان المتمايزة؛ حدّها حدّ الحق، وحدودها آفاق اللا محدود، وهي "من تحت هالأرزه... لآخر الدني!" صورة نقية ووهّاجة عمقاً وتألّقاً...«وعد»

في الوطن كان هو الأقرب إلى انسانه الأحبّ. وفي المنفى كان هو الأقرب إلى رجاء انسانه المتهيّب للعودة بعناد وتصميم؛ إذ كان لا بدّ من العودة مهما تأخّر وصول الربّان بالسفينة ليوقف هروب الشطآن المرميّة بالغربة... «وعد»

هكذا أراد الوزير الراحل ايلي حبيقة الذي عرفته، أن يبقى موسوماً بدفع المدى الفرح. فرحاً يحمل للناس، ويمضي يفتش عن مظلوم بعد مظلوم ليحمل لإرادته المعنى الحقيقي للوجود: أن تكون يعني أن تثور، أن تواجه المفروض المرفوض، وأن تبذل نفسك في سبيل قيامة وطنك وشعبك...

ايلي حبيقة أنت الغمر الدائم القامة، أنت الجموح بحقيقة القيامة، بل أقول إنّك استحقاق النعمة للبنان...«وعد»«وعد»

قال الوزير الراحل ايلي حبيقة إنّه "منبسط اليدين"، "حب مصلوب عن كل الشعوب". وأنا، "اليوم" في وداعه الأخير، أقول له: "هون رح نبقى"، نعاند، نتّحد بترابنا، نتموضع بمحيطنا ونتفاعل بمعجن رسالتنا. وتبقى أنت يا عزيزنا الخالد طائر الفينيق الذي هو مربضنا الدائم فوق قمم البطولة، تصرخ أبداً: «وعد»! حرية! حرية!

وتلا الوزير ابراه نجاس الكتاب في مؤتمر صحافي عقده اليوم في وزارة العدل، هذا نصه:

"للمرة الأولى في تاريخه، وبعد عدد من الجرائم ظلت لسنوات من دون عقاب مما أتاح لمرتكبيها التمادي في الإرهاب، يختبر لبنان، من هذا الأحد الواقع فيه الأول من آذار، انطلاق أعمال محكمة دولية خاصة به أنشأها قرار مجلس الأمن التابع للأمم المتحدة رقم 1757 تاريخ 30 أيار 2007. وهي المرة الأولى أيضا يحيل فيها لبنان، لمصلحة قضاء غير لبناني، صلاحيته القضائية في القانون الجزائي، من جهة، ووصلاحياته المكانية المرعية الاجراء والخاصة بأصول المحاكمات الجزائية، من جهة أخرى. إن هذا القرار الذي إتخذه رئيس الوزراء اللبناني في 13 كانون الأول 2005 وأكدته الإتفاقات المبرمة بين الحكومة اللبنانية ومنظمة الأمم المتحدة في 23 كانون الثاني و 6 شباط 2007، كان ضروريا لا بل حتميا نظرا الى الخطورة غير المسبوقة للجرائم والإغتيالات التي اقترفت منذ 24 من كانون الثاني 2002، ولا سيما منها إغتيال
الوزير الراحل شهيدنا البطل الرئيس ايلي حبيقة ورفاقه، ومن بعده قافلة شهداء، نوابا وشخصيات برزة، ناضلوا في سبيل استقلا لبنان وسيادته. في هذه المناسبة، تعلن السلطة القضائية في بلدنا موافقتها على تسليمكم الملفات والمحاضر ونتائج التحقيق ذات الصلة لمصلحة محكمتكم الموقرة وصلاحياتكم. ويبدي لبنان، تاليا، قبوله التعاون ومتابعة تنفيذ التزاماته الدولية مع محكمتكم، وإحالة كل المواد والموقوفين لديه وبناء على طلبكم، وفقا للفقرتين الثالثة والرابعة من المادة الرابعة من نظام المحكمة، وإعمالا للمادة الخامسة عشرة من الإتفاق المبرم بين الدولة اللبنانية ومنظمة الأمم المتحدة.

ولقد إطلعنا بإرتياح على مشروع قانون أصول المحاكمات الذي يمكن اعتماده لدى محكمتكم، والذي دعيتم إلى مناقشته وإقراره. إن هذا المشروع المتكامل، المتصف بالمهنية والمتضمن أحدث مكتسبات العلم وحقوق الدفاع والعدالة الدولية الأساسية، سيرضي من دون شك، وعلى حد سواء، الضحايا وخلفاءهم وسائر أفرقاء النزاع وأطرافه. من نهار الأحد، سيكون عدم احقاق حق أو عدم صدور قرار اتهامي أو تأخير نشره أمرا مستحيلا. إن لبنان، كل لبنان، بطوائفه وفئاته كافة، يستقبل بثقة وإرتياح كبيرين بدء أعمالكم كما قرره وأعلنه حضرة الأمين العام للأمم المتحدة طبقا لقرارات مجلس الأمن. خلال الأشهر المقبلة، ستقدمون أفضل ما في خبرتكم وحكمتكم وعلمكم في سبيل تلبية نداء العدالة، بمثلها العليا، ومن أجل إعلانِ الحقيقة وتكريس حقوق السلام والأمن في بلد لطالما أضناه الإرهاب والإفلات من العقاب.

إن مستقبلنا، أيها السادة، يعتمد بشكل وثيق على المعركة التي تقودون اليوم في وجه الجريمة والإرهاب الأعمى، وفي وجه التزايد اللامتناهي لانعدام الضمير الذي يهدد، ليس بلادنا فقط، وإنما السلام الإقليمي، بل السلام العالمي. لا أحد في لبنان يتفهم ألا ينال المجرم، الذي تقر مسؤوليته ويثبت ذنبه، عقابه أينما وجد وكائنا من يكون. فالخسائر والتضحيات التي تكبدها بلدنا لا يعادلها سوى الأمل في أن نرى سعي محكمتكم أتى على قدر رسالتها. كم من الجرائم والاغتيالات التي يعود اليوم اختصاص النظر فيها إلى محكمتكم ارتكبت، في حين ان محكمتكم الدولية تؤلف وعدا بالحرية والحقيقة وسط كل الأخطار. في المقابل، ما من أحد يلومكم على تبرئتكم من يستحق التبرئة واعلانكم ذلك بصوت عال وحازم. وهذا هو السبب أيضا الذي يدفعنا الى التأكيد لكم بما تستشعرونه، وهو ان لبنان يعلق على نزاهتكم وإستقلاليتكم، على صرامتكم وفاعليتكم الأهمية الكبرى. إن فاعلية محكمتكم الجزائية الدولية تنتظر تجسيدها. نحن ندرك تماما أنه لن يوازي إستقلالكم وحسن درايتكم سوى حرصكم على إحقاق الحق أخيرا لأولئك الذين ينتظرون كشف المذنبين ومعاقبتهم. لذلك نتعهد وندعو الأفرقاء المعنيين كافة الى التعهد مثلنا، المحافظة على استقلالية عملكم واقتناعاتكم بمعزل عن أي تدخل سياسي.

وحدها العدالة النزيهة والمستقلة يمكنها أن ترد، بصورة حضارية، على بربرية الإرهاب الذي لم يتردد في الإفصاح عن إسمه، ولكن من دون الكشف عن وجهه. إن إصرارنا المتواصل على تحقيق العدالة والإنصاف، الذي نتشارك فيه مع كل منكم، هو أملنا ورجاؤنا في تحديد هوية الفرد أو الجهة الذي ألحق بلبنان وشهدائه هذا الكم من المآسي والإرهاب أيا يكن السبب. إن شعب لبنان، الذي يشهد له تاريخه الحضاري ثقافة وانفتاحا وتعددية، ينتظر منكم إحقاقا حاسما للحق. إن الشعب اللبناني بأمل وثقة ينتظر، أيها السادة، كلمتكم الفصل. وفقكم الله".

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أجاب "أن كل ما يتصل بالتوقيفات وإخلاءات السبيل وبتقويم معطيات الملفات يدخل في صميم العمل القضائي". وأكد أنه يرفض "تدخل أي جهة أيا كانت في موضوع الاقتناعات القضائية والقرارات التي يعود فيها الفصل للجهة القضائية المعنية. وأقول بكل شفافية إن القضاء اللبناني سينصاع لكل تدبير أو قرار يتخذه القضاء الدولي سواء كان سلبا أو إيجابا. وأنا كقيم على هذا القطاع القضائي وكسلطة وصاية، لا أستطيع أن أكون قاضيا محل القضاة"

سئل: هل تلقى لبنان طلبا من المحكمة الدولية بإيداعها الملفات والموقوفين لديه؟ أجاب "ان هذه المحكمة ستبدأ أعمالها في الأول من آذار وأن قانون أصول المحاكمات سيقر في الأيام القليلة المقبلة، وأن نقل المتهمين أو الشهود أو ملفات معينة يتوقف على قرار يتخذه قاضي ما قبل المحاكمة بناء على طلب المدعي العام. وإذا جاء طلب كهذا، فإن القضاء اللبناني ملتزم، وفقا للأصول، تلبيته".

سئل عن توقيت إخلاءات السبيل أمس، فأكد "أنه لم يكن هناك أي سبب سياسي في موضوع إخلاء من تم إخلاء سبيله. أما في موضوع التوقيفات، فهذا الأمر يعود تكرارا الى القضاء المختص. وأكرر: مهما قررت المحكمة الدولية، سوف نستجيب لطلباتها. ولبنان وقضاؤه ملتزمان نصا وتوقيعا واتفاقات في هذا الموضوع".

وهل نقل الضباط الأربعة، في حال حصل، يحتاج إلى مجلس الوزراء أم لا، أوضح الوزير نجار "أن الأمر لا يحتاج إلى قرار من الحكومة بل يحتاج إلى تلبية لبنان وتنفيذه وقبوله القرارات التي تقررها المحكمة الدولية. وهذا لا يحتاج إلى إعادة تقويم سياسي تتدخل فيه السلطة التنفيذية في أعمال السلطة القضائية، وذلك إحتراما لمبدأ فصل السلطات".
وتابع: "ان لدى المحكمة مهلة شهرين من بداية آذار حتى نهاية نيسان كي تقرر من تريد نقله إلى هولندا ومن لا تريد نقله. ونحن ننتظر قرار المحكمة الدولية".

وعما قاله مقرر المحكمة في شأن عدم إدراج عملها تحت أحكام الفصل السابع، لفت وزير العدل إلى رأي قانوني مفاده "أن إنشاء المحكمة الدولية قد تم وفقا لأحكام الفصل السابع من شرعة الأمم المتحدة. وهذا لا يعني أن أعمال المحكمة ستكون مرعية بأحكام الفصل السابع، بحيث لن يكون في مقدورها أن ترسل جنودا أو كتائب مسلحة لجلب هذا المتهم أو الشاهد أو المسؤول في أي بلد من البلدان التي قد تكون معنية، كما حصل في يوغوسلافيا السابقة حيث حدثت ملاحقات وتدخلات عسكرية. لكن عدم إخضاع أعمال المحكمة للفصل السابع لا يعني أن المحكمة ستكون معدومة الفاعلية، فلدى المحكمة على الأقل نوعان من الإجراءات: إذ يمكنها أن تطلب من مجلس الأمن التابع للأمم المتحدة إتخاذ بعض القرارات والتدابير. ويعود الى مجلس الأمن وفقا لآلية اتخاذ قراراته أن يستجيب أو لا. ويمكن أيضا المحكمة، أن تطلب متهما أو تظن بشخص ما أو تحاكمه غيابيا. وهذا خطير في ذاته. لأنه عند عدم مثوله ستعمم المذكرة على الحدود، وفقا لما ينص عليه النظام الجنائي العالمي، وهذا لا يقل خطورة عن إرسال الكتائب المسلحة لجلب هذا أو ذاك من البلد الموجود فيه. إذا، نحن أمام محكمة لها فاعليتها وننتظر منها الكثير".

وعما إذا قرر القضاء الدولي إخلاء الضباط الأربعة، قال: "إن القضاء اللبناني سيضطر الى استجابة طلبات المحكمة الدولية مهما كانت النتائج. فقد يكون نظام المحاكمات في لبنان مختلفا عن النظام الذي سيتم اعتماده في المحكمة. وسيتفهم لبنان أي قرار تصدره هذه المحكمة".
وأوضح "أن القضاء اللبناني يرفع يده عن الملف في ما يتعلق بصلاحية النظر في الدعوى إعتبارا من الأول من آذار. وهذا لا يعني أن دور القضاء اللبناني سيزول بل سيتابع دوره في سبيل تلبية طلبات المحكمة الدولية. والدليل أنه سيكون للمحكمة الدولية مقر في لبنان".
ورفض الوزير نجار الإجابة عن سؤال يتعلق بما إذا كان القضاة اللبنانيون الأعضاء في المحكمة إنتقلوا إلى لاهاي أم لا. وإذ أكد أن "ما من شيء يضمد الجراح كالحقيقة"، أجاب ردا على سؤال عن احتمال تسييس المحكمة أو خضوعها للمساومة أنه "إذا كانت محكمة دولية قوامها قضاة دوليون سينظرون في قانون أصول محاكمات تتوافر فيه أضمن وأفعل القواعد التي يقرها القانون في العالم، إذا كانت هذه المحكمة ستخضع للتسييس والتجاذبات فهذا من علامات الإنهيار الكامل للمجتمع الدولي. ولا أظن أننا في معرض ذلك".