Anti-Syrian security official among dead in Beirut car bomb attack
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Anti-Syrian security official among dead in Beirut car bomb attack

Beirut : Lebanon | Oct 19, 2012 at 1:01 PM PDT
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It seems that the bad stuff is coming in Lebanon

The previous murder case such as the assassination of Rafik Hariri, former Prime Minister of Lebanon now without trial expires
Did not care about the ancient world issues
There is now a painful reality and especially there is a relationship between Lebanon and Syria
Where we hear about new issues assassination

8 people have been killed in the blast that rocked the area of ​​Ashrafieh in Lebanon, including Chairman of the Information Branch of the Internal Security Forces, Brigadier Sam Hassan, according to Agence France-Presse.


The explosion occurred in Sassine Square Achrafieh area east of the Lebanese capital Beirut. The blast also wounded 78 others, according to the Reuters news agency, quoting the National Agency for official Lebanese flags.

There has been a significant impact of buildings adjacent to the area of ​​the incident


The agency said the blast shook the area with a Christian majority, just in front of one of the residential buildings for Library joy "just 200 meters from the house of the Brigades," a Lebanese Christian Party.

And have rolled feedback about the assassination of Brigadier Sam Hassan explosion in Ashrafieh Saad Hariri has accused "Bashar Hafez Al-Assad," the assassination of Hassan Kamal said.

Saad Hariri said in a televised intervention that "head of the Information Branch of the Internal Security Forces scheme revealed the regime of President Bashar al-Assad over the former minister Michel Samaha," pointing out that "the assassination of Hassan Exposed in the day"

Saad Hariri used to tone and packages threat against offenders, many parties and especially Syria

Where Saad Hariri stressed that "the Lebanese people will not remain silent on this heinous crime,"

He said: "I Saad Rafik Hariri pledge that we will not be silent"

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Anti-Syrian security official among dead in Beirut car bomb attack
Anti-Syrian security official among dead in Beirut
Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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