Carlos Eddeh wonders about the assassinations in Lebanon between 2004 and 2008
… and I quote
People close to Hizbullah accuse Israel of carrying out the assassinations, and the Aounists automatically followed the same path.
Without any doubt, the Israeli intelligence is very strong and has a history of abolishing its enemies; But those who accuse the Israelis also accused those murdered and those who survived assassinations, of being Israeli collaboratives.
Either they are contradicting themselves or they are supporting the hypothesis that says ‘Israelis kill their allies in Lebanon and not their enemies’.
Moreover, the Israelis were not in Doha and did not benefit from this agreement. So why and how did the assassinations stop?
According to a hypothesis and to some of the Oppositions’ circles, the terrorist attacks were the work of al-Qaida.(?)
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