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Monday, March 14, 2005


Professed Bomber's Father Dies Before Interrogation

I've just checked out the cutter's blog on which the cutter has printed a story from La Repubblica. Same strange story from Beirut's Daily Star here. Tayssir Abu Adas, the father of Ahmed Abu Adas, who said on Al-Jazeera that he assasinated Rafiq Hariri, died last Tuesday of a heart attack. He was going to be interrogated the next day.

lovely Umkahlil, did you get a strange shiver run up your spine as well when you read this sentence from the Daily Star?

"Abu Adas's home was visited by the international team of experts led by Peter Fitzgerald, who wished to verify if the man died of natural causes or was tortured and murdered."

Who sent in the team? Do you know anything about Mr. Fitzgerald and who he represents? It is unusual that such a sort of inspection takes place! Thanks for finding this page, it will give me some material to work with!

ps, have you considered using Haloscan comments (they are free)? They are a little easier to manage, and when your blog starts to get more readers, and you start getting those who will harass you, you will be able to have access to their IP number, and you will see that the harassment reduces itself dramatically!

with affection and esteem, thecutter
Just found this on "It's Happening Lebanese forums" (very interesting, at a cursory glance, btw) "The Lebanese authorities will do their best to cooperate with the UN-appointed commission to investigate the killing of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.

Interior Minister Suleiman Franjieh and Justice Minister Adnan Addoum made the remarks Friday while meeting with the three-member team of Irish police officers led by Peter Fitzgerald, which arrived here late Thursday."

They are from the UN, and taking into account resolution 1559, I wonder how "objective" they are, yet, it is very interesting that they considered the hypothesis that the Palestinian Suicide Bomber's father did not die of natural causes....
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