Hizbullah to give Hariri tribunal data 'implicating Israel'

August 13, 2010 22:45


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Hizbullah will provide the UN tribunal investigating the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri with evidence it claims implicates Israel in the crime, a representative of the group said Friday, according to an AFP report.

Mohammed Fneish, a Hizbullah minister in Lebanon's government, said that his organization has no faith in the credibility of the UN tribunal, but that they will turn in their evidence in any event.

Hizbullah has dismissed the tribunal for having ties to Israel.

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