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Rantings of a Sandmonkey

Be forewarned: The writer of this blog is an extremely cynical, snarky, pro-US, secular, libertarian, disgruntled sandmonkey. If this is your cup of tea, please enjoy your stay here. If not, please sod off

Thursday, October 13, 2005

The Syrian regime is intensly stupid

Ok, I am going to have to agree with BP here and concur that the Syrian Regime is very stupid. They want us to believe that a vew days before a UN investigators report on the assassination of Rafiq Harriri and possible syrian regime involvement, the syrian general who controlled Lebanon's security for 2 decades just happend to commit suicide? And that this has nothing to do with that report? Really? Needless to say that this is not a suicide, and god knows that the truth will never be known since the people investigating it are the syrian government themselves, and I doubt they will find anything suspicious or incriminating to themselves. Cause, you know, they are innocent doves who would never do anything like that. Whatever. It seems i am not the only one who doesn't think it's a suicide. Dennis Ross, a former U.S. Mideast mediator, said if the U.N. report does point to Syrian involvement, it likely would revolve around Kenaan because of his prominent position. "I don't believe it was a suicide," Ross said. "The timing is extraordinarily coincidental. It certainly would look as if someone was trying to create the impression the person responsible for (the Hariri murder) is dead." [...] In London, Syrian exile Ali Sadrelddine al-Beyanouni, leader of the banned Syrian Muslim Brotherhood, said he could not say whether Kenaan committed suicide, but certainly he was "a pillar of the Syrian regime." "Whatever the case, his death is an indictment of the Syrian regime for the assassination of Hariri," al-Beyanouni told The Associated Press. A prominent anti-Syrian Lebanese legislator and journalist, Gebran Tueni, said he doubted the suicide report. "What happened today is proof that the Syrian regime is feeling the (U.N.) report is getting closer and closer to them, and they are beginning to panic," Tueni told the AP from Paris. Must be the Jews behind it, trying to make Syria look bad. Damn Zionists.


At 10/13/2005 04:33:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, & lately they have made disastrous mistakes one after the other in rapid succession.
Are they so jittery & nervous due to the American army presence in Iraq or what? I doubt if that minister killed himself unless he was under unsurmountable pressure to do so, but the report's contents will be known in less than 2 weeks time.

At 10/13/2005 06:08:00 AM, Anonymous theSamo said...

reminds me of Abdel-hakeem Amer (Egypt , 35 years ago or so)

At 10/13/2005 06:47:00 AM, Anonymous Peter-Australia said...

Your right about the Syrians getting worse at the murder/suicide efforts. What does Bashar think he is doing? Hafez would be rolling in his grave over such poor work at getting rid of his enemies.

Video of lastest Syrian intelligence/suicide/murder team:

At 10/13/2005 11:06:00 AM, Anonymous highlander said...

SM ...anyone who knows a little bit about Syria would know that this is not a suicide ;)! There is no need to speculate about that at all...

At 10/13/2005 02:04:00 PM, Blogger CMAR II said...

Is Egypt "occupying" the Palestinian Authority?

At 10/13/2005 02:21:00 PM, Blogger Papa Ray said...

Great minds and all that, I didn't see your post CMAR II until I posted the same on another thread.

Oh, do you know what the coroner said when he looked at the body?

"Boy, he sure wanted to die, he shot himself in the head three times"


Papa Ray
West Texas

At 10/16/2005 12:24:00 AM, Blogger Yaakov Kirschen said...

Sand Monkey
The scary thing is that after "Assad the Younger's" political collapse, we in the region will probably face something even worse.

Dry Bones


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