Ghosn is in deep trouble over his Al-Qaeda statements

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Defense Minister Fayez Ghosn is in deep trouble over his controversial statements on the presence of Al-Qaeda in northern and Eastern Lebanon.

March 14 MP Jamal al-Jarrah, who represents the Future Movement in the parliament said that Ghosn “should resign immediately after he acknowledges that he had committed a grave national mistake and apologizes to the residents of the Lebanese towns of Arsal ( Eastern Lebanon ) and Wadi Khaled (Northern Lebanon.”

Jarrah said during an interview with the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Anbaa, published on Sunday, that the controversial statements issued by Ghosn about the unconfirmed presence of Al-Qaeda in Lebanon, served as “a message sent by the Syrian regime to the United Nation and UN Security Council in order to justify the two bombings that took place in Syria” recently.

Jarrah added that Ghosn’s statements “have not only harmed Lebanon’s reputation and security, but also its economy, since his remarks frightened investors and tourists.”

March 14 MP Shant Gengenian who represents the Lebanese Forces said that if his group in the parliament will not be convinced by the evidence that Ghosn might present Monday during a National Defense Committee meeting, “then we will call for a no-confidence vote against Ghosn,” due to his controversial statements on the presence of Al-Qaeda.

Ghosn who is reportedly closely associated with the Iranian and Syrian backed Hezbollah and MP Michel Aoun informed the Lebanese cabinet on December 22 that al-Qaeda members had infiltrated the Bekaa town of Arsal.

President Bashar al-Assad’s regime has blamed December 23 rd twin suicide bombing that killed 44 people on “terrorist organizations,” including Al-Qaeda, and quoted Lebanese officials as warning Syria that Al-Qaeda members infiltrated into Syria from the town of Arsal.

Ghosn’s statements have generated domestic criticism, mostly from March 14 alliance which supports the Syrian uprising.

However, reports that Al-Qaeda members are present in Lebanon have not been confirmed.

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  1. wargame1 Avatar

    These  Ghosn, Iranian Mullah regime,Hezbollah, Assad etc control and sponsor Alqaeda. When ever there is a need to kill civilians in order to blame and demonize their opponent they use remote controll bomb in a civilian area and immidiately conclude alqaeda! with any further investigation. 
    In the year 2000 a senior Iranian intelligence service defector Ahmad Behbahani has said that Iran, not Libya, masterminded the Lockerbie bombing and it had Syrian regime connection too.
     Ahmad Behbahani also said that Iran was responsible for the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community centre in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires. Mr Behbahani – who was interviewed in Turkey – told CBS’s 60 Minutes programme that until recently he had been responsible for all “terrorist” operations carried out by the Iranian Government beyond its borders. Mr Behbahani confessed that he himself had first suggested the plan to bomb the Pan Am flight to Ahmad Jibril, who heads a Syrian-backed armed group, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command.PFLP-GC 
    NOW that terrorist  Ahmed Jibril, a former captain in the Syrian army is PFLP-GC leader.On June 5, 2011 the 44th anniversary of Israel’s occupation of Syria’s southern Golan Heights, the PFLP-GC, a faction long allied with the Assad regime, helped organize hundreds of Palestinians from Yarmouk to travel to the Golan Heights. When Palestinians attempted to cross the border fence, 20 were shot dead and some 270 others wounded by Israeli soldiers, the second such incident within that month, prompting global headlines. The shootings were all filmed live by state-run Syria TV. Never before had the Syrian regime allowed Palestinians, Syrians or any Arabs to attempt to cross its border with Israel.
    Ahmad Jibril then attempted to make a speech lambasting Israel at the funerals in Yarmouk, enraged mourners threw stones at him, accusing Jibril of manipulating the Palestinian cause to serve the Assad regime. Protesters then attacked the PFLP-GC’s headquarters in Yarmouk with stones, prompting guards to open fire, killing 11 young Palestinian men.
    There is unconfirmed evidence that the carefully orchestrated move to allow Palestinian protesters to cross the border with Israel came from the highest ranks of the regime. An allegedly leaked memo from the office of the Mayor of Quneitra, the closest Syrian town to the Golan border, describes how Assef Shawkat, President Assad’s brother-in-law, the former chief of military intelligence and the current deputy head of the armed forces, ordered a military intelligence captain to assist protesters to cross the fence.for more information please google search “Palestinians turn against Syrian regime” 

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    These  Ghosn, Iranian Mullah regime,Hezbollah, Assad etc control and sponsor Alqaeda. When ever there is a need to kill civilians in order to blame and demonize their opponent they use remote controll bomb in a civilian area and immidiately conclude alqaeda! with any further investigation. 
    In the year 2000 a senior Iranian intelligence service defector Ahmad Behbahani has said that Iran, not Libya, masterminded the Lockerbie bombing and it had Syrian regime connection too.
     Ahmad Behbahani also said that Iran was responsible for the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community centre in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires. Mr Behbahani – who was interviewed in Turkey – told CBS’s 60 Minutes programme that until recently he had been responsible for all “terrorist” operations carried out by the Iranian Government beyond its borders. Mr Behbahani confessed that he himself had first suggested the plan to bomb the Pan Am flight to Ahmad Jibril, who heads a Syrian-backed armed group, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command.PFLP-GC 
    NOW that terrorist  Ahmed Jibril, a former captain in the Syrian army is PFLP-GC leader.On June 5, 2011 the 44th anniversary of Israel’s occupation of Syria’s southern Golan Heights, the PFLP-GC, a faction long allied with the Assad regime, helped organize hundreds of Palestinians from Yarmouk to travel to the Golan Heights. When Palestinians attempted to cross the border fence, 20 were shot dead and some 270 others wounded by Israeli soldiers, the second such incident within that month, prompting global headlines. The shootings were all filmed live by state-run Syria TV. Never before had the Syrian regime allowed Palestinians, Syrians or any Arabs to attempt to cross its border with Israel.
    Ahmad Jibril then attempted to make a speech lambasting Israel at the funerals in Yarmouk, enraged mourners threw stones at him, accusing Jibril of manipulating the Palestinian cause to serve the Assad regime. Protesters then attacked the PFLP-GC’s headquarters in Yarmouk with stones, prompting guards to open fire, killing 11 young Palestinian men.
    There is unconfirmed evidence that the carefully orchestrated move to allow Palestinian protesters to cross the border with Israel came from the highest ranks of the regime. An allegedly leaked memo from the office of the Mayor of Quneitra, the closest Syrian town to the Golan border, describes how Assef Shawkat, President Assad’s brother-in-law, the former chief of military intelligence and the current deputy head of the armed forces, ordered a military intelligence captain to assist protesters to cross the fence.for more information please google search “Palestinians turn against Syrian regime” 

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