British security sources revealed to the Kuwaiti al-Seyassah newspaper that the second phase of the indictment by the Special Tribunal for Lebanon will include the names of a number of Lebanese officials closely associated with Syria as well as Syrian individuals.
Among the names of Lebanese officials closely linked ton Syria are the four generals who were arrested in 2005 and released from jail in 2009: Former General Security chief Jamil Sayyed, former head of the presidential guard Mustafa Hamdan, former Internal Security Forces chief Ali Hajj, and former military intelligence chief Raymond Azar.
Other names include MP Suleiman Franjieh, former MPs Michel Samaha, Wiam Wahhab, Nasser Qandil, Abdul Rahim Mrad, and several other individuals.
As far as Syria is concerned , five or six intelligence individuals that were involved in Lebanon up until the withdrawal of the Syrian army from Lebanon in 2005 will be included in the arrest warrants accompanying the second phase of the indictment.
Al-Seyassah sources said that the second phase of the indictment “will create a violent earthquake in Lebanon and Syria as it will reach the Syrians at the highest level of rule and others who have been left out of the spotlight.”
Photo: Former General Security chief Jamil Sayyed (L) , former military intelligence chief Raymond Azar ( 2nd from L) , ormer Internal Security Forces chief Ali Hajj ( 3rd from L) former head of the presidential guard Mustafa Hamdan 4th from L, former minister Nasser Qandil (R)
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