Jibril: UN Hariri report politicized, unfair

Ahmed Jibril of the Palestinian Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command said the UN report linking Syria to the assassination of former

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October 21, 2005 10:42
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Ahmed Jibril of the Palestinian Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command said the UN report linking Syria to the assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri is "politicized" and called the accusations "unfair." The report said that some of the Lebanese suspects in custody coordinated, among others, with people from Jibril's group in Lebanon in Hariri's assassination. But Jibril said the report based the accusation on an unnamed witness "who can be a member of the Israeli Mossad" intelligence agency. Jibril, in an interview with al-Jazeera, said the report was part of a "conspiracy targeting the entire region."

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