This was in reference to the bombings in Hezbollah stronghold of Dahieh a souther suburb of Beirut and the bombings of two mosques in Tripoli .
Both attacks were linked to ex-minister Michel Samaha .
On August 9 of last year, Lebanese security forces arrested Samaha, who has close ties with Syria’s embattled regime, for smuggling weapons into Lebanon in a bid to foment terrorism.
According to Lebanese security sources, when asked why he would do such a thing, the former minister replied, “This is what Bashar wants.” In a possible reference to the embattled Syrian president Bashar al Assad.
German intelligence agency, the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) agreed with the US position that the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad was behind the Aug. 21 poison gas attack in Syria. A telephone conversation between a high ranking Hezbollah official and the Iranian embassy in Lebanon that was intercepted by BND confirmed the Syrian regime’s involvement according to a report by the Der Spiegel magazine
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