Aoun blames Hassan for his own death

Change and Reform bloc leader MP Michel Aoun said that Internal Security Forces Intelligence chief Wissam al-Hassan was responsible for his assassination.

“Hassan is responsible for his own assassination, because he took security measures that only he knew about,” Aoun said in a press conference following his bloc’s weekly meeting.

Aoun also slammed the March 14 coalition for boycotting the cabinet and the dialogue sessions following Hassan’s assassination, and accused them of “paralyzing the country.”

“They say that Lebanon is in danger, but in fact the situation in Lebanon is not worse than that in France… they should [stop] their boycott, otherwise, they will bear responsibility if the parliament does not agree on an electoral law,” he said.

The March 14-led alliance has been demanding the resignation of the government since the assassination of Internal Security Forces Intelligence chief on October 19 in Beirut’s Ashrafiyeh district. March 14 blamed the government, of covering up the crime and announced its boycott of all government-related activity, including the national dialogue, until its demands are met.

Aoun also revealed that he filed a lawsuit against several media outlets over reports discounting his claim that he was the target of an assassination attempt. Aoun revealed that he sued Future TV, LBC and MTV as well as local newspapers such as An-Nahar, Ad-Diyar, Al-Mustaqbal and Al-Liwaa for publishing security reports denying that his convoy came under fire. He also revealed that he sued the Lebanese Forces website.

In September, Aoun claimed that his convoy came under fire in the southern city of Sidon while returning from a tour in Jezzine, but the media reports decried his claim and proved it was a fabrication.

According to analysts Aoun never forgave Hassan for arresting senior FPM official Fayez Karam over spying for Israel and wanted to fire him as soon as he and Hezbollah took control of the cabinet.

Big Lie and a joke

Commenting on the attempted assassinations former Intelligence chief ambassador Johnny Abdo said :

“The attempted assassination of Lebanese forces leader Samir Geagea was for real and a very serious matter, the same with the attempt on Boutros Harb’s life we have all the proof , but FPM Michel Aoun’s claim of attempted assassination in Sidon was a big lie and a joke.”

  • JS_Bach

    Ah, so Aoun is saying that Hassan’s top-secret security measures were not good enough. Fine. The logical questions that immediately follow, then, which any Neanderthal would ask are:

    • OK, those top security measures were not good enough—but against what threat?
    • And why is that threat there to begin with?
    • And why the hell are we sarcastically discussing the guy’s private security measures, and not the threat or the assassins or the fact that a frickin’ assassination took place on a busy city street in YOUR capital, took many innocent lives of passers by, and maimed and crippled scores of others? The immediately urgent issue right now is the guy’s security measures, ma heik ya @#(*$&#*@&$* ?!

    @#$&*@)#$(%*&$*#&%*#($*&%()_@#(*$&@*  !! >:-|  To you and the reptiles who follow you!

    Tfeh 3leik wou 3ala Jibran Imbécile taba3ak! At least respect the dead! At least!

    • Hannibal

      LOL LOL LOL I love Jibran imbecile so witty…

    • 5thDrawer

      I guess that covered it.

    • Patience2

       If Aoun would only join them, he would THEN be in respectable company.

  • JS_Bach

    Ah, so Aoun is saying that Hassan’s top-secret security measures were not good enough. Fair enough. The logical questions that immediately follow, then, which any Neanderthal would ask are:

    • Ok, those top security measures were not good enough, but against what threat?
    • And why is that threat there to begin with?
    • And why the hell are we sarcastically discussing the guy’s private security measures, and not the threat or the assassins or the fact that a frickin’ assassination took place? The immediately urgent issue right now is the guy’s security measures?!

    @#$&*@)#$(%*&$*#&%*#($*&%()_@#(*$&@*  !! >:-|  To you and the reptiles who follow you!

    • Hannibal

      LOL LOL LOL I love Jibran imbecile so witty…

    • 5thDrawer

      I guess that covered it.

    • Patience2

       If Aoun would only join them, he would THEN be in respectable company.

  • Patience2

    If Aoun would only follow a good example!

  • Patience2

    If Aoun would only follow a good example!

  • rossoferrari

    Let’s see what aoun, zabralla and followers will say when he is gone too!!!!

    • jim dandy

       lol

  • rossoferrari

    Let’s see what aoun, zabralla and followers will say when he is gone too!!!!

    • jim dandy

       lol

  • http://yalibnan.com/ geo metro

    so hassan offended the offenders by making them work harder to accopmplish the hit.

     how rude of him not to make his security a published public matter, worse he should be ashamed of himself for not turning  himself in for execution and save all the damage done to innocent bystanders, would that have been more satisfying mr aoun?

     amazing that aoun shows more compassion for caught red handed samaha serving the intrest of a foreign entity with ill will for lebanon when he mocks the loss  of a  government official serving in an important and needed arena of security. 

    • jim dandy

       we say what goes around comes around for aoun

  • http://yalibnan.com geo metro

    so hassan offended the offenders by making them work harder to accopmplish the hit.

     how rude of him not to make his security a published public matter, worse he should be ashamed of himself for not turning  himself in for execution and save all the damage done to innocent bystanders, would that have been more satisfying mr aoun?

     amazing that aoun shows more compassion for caught red handed samaha serving the intrest of a foreign entity with ill will for lebanon when he mocks the loss  of a  government official serving in an important and needed arena of security. 

    • jim dandy

       we say what goes around comes around for aoun

  • Constantin7

    This is the biggest Joke: Now the dead victim is responsible of his own death and the explosion that killed so many others and destroyed a whole neighborhood. What a joke this Aoun is !!!

    Like when Hizbullah killed the helicopter pilot in the south, Aoun said “what was this army officer pilot doing in the south”, instead of blaming the killers and point to them the finger, he points the finger to the victim.

    With people like this guy in government poisition, our country is going downhill. In Lebanon, now (and hopefully not for long), the victim is blamed and the murderer is running free. 

    • Patience2

       Have you ever been wearing shoes with Vibram soles and stepped in ‘dog-sxxt’ accidentally?  Well, it is then as hard to get rid of as M. Aoun, and about (but not quite) as smelly.

  • Constantin7

    This is the biggest Joke: Now the dead victim is responsible of his own death and the explosion that killed so many others and destroyed a whole neighborhood. What a joke this Aoun is !!!

    Like when Hizbullah killed the helicopter pilot in the south, Aoun said “what was this army officer pilot doing in the south”, instead of blaming the killers and point to them the finger, he points the finger to the victim.

    With people like this guy in government poisition, our country is going downhill. In Lebanon, now (and hopefully not for long), the victim is blamed and the murderer is running free. 

    • Patience2

       Have you ever been wearing shoes with Vibram soles and stepped in ‘dog-sxxt’ accidentally?  Well, it is then as hard to get rid of as M. Aoun, and about (but not quite) as smelly.

  • Hannibal

    Woe to the nation whose politics is subtlety, whose philosophy is jugglery, whose industry is patching. 

    Woe to the nation whose sage is voiceless, whose champion is blind, whose advocate is prattler. 

    Woe to the nation in which each tribe claims to be a nation.

    • Prophettttt

      Spoken like a Prophet.

    • patriotss

      learning from K  gibran

  • Hannibal

    Woe to the nation whose politics is subtlety, whose philosophy is jugglery, whose industry is patching. 

    Woe to the nation whose sage is voiceless, whose champion is blind, whose advocate is prattler. 

    Woe to the nation in which each tribe claims to be a nation.

    • Prophettttt

      Spoken like a Prophet.

    • patriotss

      learning from K  gibran

  • guss043

    Aoun why you dont f shut the f up and save your breath as you needed badly for the couple years left

  • guss043

    Aoun why you dont f shut the f up and save your breath as you needed badly for the couple years left

  • JS_Bach

    Also, where are the Hizbullah terrorists and their reptiles the Claounists on this thread? I guess you can’t exactly back him up or condemn him on this one ya 7awash, eh? Bunch of hypocrites. I wonder what your reaction would be if Hariri or Geagea  even dared to mockingly say that Imad Mughnieh or Abbas al-Musawi were responsible for their own assassinations.

    This is like telling a girl You are responsible for your own rape because you are too sexy, deal with it bitch.

    • Hannibal

      Mughnieh had it coming… He screwed with everybody and everyone… basher el qaatel bell qatel… Or as Walid Jumblat said… You wait long enough and you will see the killers themselves floating in front of you in the river…

    • 5thDrawer

      Oh… that last line sounded almost Romnyish … and look where that got him … hehehe.

      • JS_Bach

        Haha! : – ) That is SO true.

  • JS_Bach

    Also, where are the Hizbullah terrorists and their reptiles the Claounists on this thread? I guess you can’t exactly back him up or condemn him on this one, eh? Bunch of hypocrites. I wonder what your reaction would be if Hariri or Geagea  even dared to mockingly say that Imad Mughnieh or Abbas al-Musawi were responsible for their own assassinations.

    This is like telling a girl you are responsible for your own rape because you are too sexy—deal with it.

    • Hannibal

      Mughnieh had it coming… He screwed with everybody and everyone… basher el qaatel bell qatel… Or as Walid Jumblat said… You wait long enough and you will see the killers themselves floating in front of you in the river…

    • 5thDrawer

      Oh… that last line sounded almost Romnyish … and look where that got him … hehehe.

      • JS_Bach

        Haha! : – ) That is SO true.

  • Fauzia45

    Who is he going to blame,his allies?????!!!!!!!!!! Allies should be defended!!!!!

  • Fauzia45

    Who is he going to blame,his allies?????!!!!!!!!!! Allies should be defended!!!!!

  • libnan1

    You are the sunshine of every day
    You are the only hope of every baby
    Without you the clouds will cover our sway
    May God bless you to keep an eye on Lebanon in every way

    • 5thDrawer

      Still sympathetic to the mentally challenged, I see. Nice of you, of course.
      We know why France may have a few problems … which is not of their own making except by immigration … but comparing France to Lebanon is really stretching, don’t you think?

  • libnan1

    You are the sunshine of every day
    You are the only hope of every baby
    Without you the clouds will cover our sway
    May God bless you to keep an eye on Lebanon in every way

    • 5thDrawer

      Still sympathetic to the mentally challenged, I see. Nice of you, of course.
      We know why France may have a few problems … which is not of their own making except by immigration … but comparing France to Lebanon is really stretching, don’t you think?