Syria Wrongly Blamed for Hariri Murder
September 9, 2010
The dynamic and popular Lebanese leader Rafik Hariri, who did so much to rebuild Beirut, was murdered in a mysterious bombing on February 14, 2005. With no evidence to support the accusation, the Zionist-controlled media blamed Syria for the killing - a very strong indication that this was yet another Israeli false-flag terror attack/targeted killing.
I have reported since shortly after the assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri that there was absolutely no evidence that the popular leader had been killed by Syria, which was wrongly blamed by the Zionist-controlled U.S. media and government. Rather, as I wrote in February 2005, the Hariri murder had all the hallmarks of an Israeli targeted killing designed to be blamed on Syria - a false flag terror attack, just like 9-11. My analysis has now been validated by Hariri's son, Saad Hariri, the current prime minister of Lebanon.
Saad Hariri, the Lebanese prime minister, has recently come forth and said he was wrong to accuse Syria of assassinating his father. Saad Hariri told the Asharq al-Awsat newspaper that the charge against Syria had been politically motivated, adding that an international inquiry into his father's killing had been misled by false testimony. So who is really behind the murder and false accusations? Was the Hariri murder yet one more Israeli targeted killing?
The crater caused by the blast that killed Hariri appears to have been caused by an explosion beneath the surface.
Hariri said he made a mistake when he accused Syria of involvement in his father’s murder and condemned false witnesses for misleading probes and “politicizing the murder.” Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri described Hariri’s remarks as “a window to truth and an important window especially regarding false witnesses.”
In the interview, Hariri said: "At a certain stage we made mistakes and accused Syria of assassinating the martyred premier. This was a political accusation, and this political accusation has finished." Syria has always denied involvement in the assassination of Hariri. Israeli intelligence is suspected as being behind the murder of Hariri, which appears to been a false-flag terror attack designed to be blamed on Syria.
The smoke from the blast shows a light sandy colored plume at the top. It is sand colored because the detonation evidently occurred in the sand beneath the street of Hariri's motorcade. The first thing that was thrown up into the air was the sand in which the detonation occurred.
Sources and Recommended Reading:
BBC News, "Lebanon PM Hariri withdraws accusation against Syria", September 6, 2010
Bollyn, Christopher, "Did Israel Kill Rafik Hariri With A Guided Bomb?", February 18, 2005
Bollyn, Christopher, "Micro-Nuke Theory is Disinformation", February 19, 2005
Bollyn, Christopher, "Missile or Car Bomb? - Reading the Smoke Signals", February 20, 2005
Bollyn, Christopher, "Micronuke Nonsense and the Ugly Facts", February 20, 2005
Bollyn, Christopher, "U.N. Investigators Broach Theory that Hariri was Killed by a Missile", November 21, 2006
Cattori, Silvia, "The Assassination of Rafik Hariri: A Biased Investigation", September 15, 2006
Mroueh, Wassim, "Berri praises Hariri's honesty regarding Syria", Daily Star (Lebanon), September 9, 2010