This blog post was published on July 5 2011. §
Arab security report, week 26
In Robert Fisk’s article “First the Syrians, then the Iranians, then the Libyans were the expedient culprits”, he forgot to mention one more changing story of Hariri’s assassination.
Back in August 2001 (that is about 10 years ago and 3 and half years before Hariri’s assassination), the Saudi funded newspaper Al-Sharq Al-Awsat published a story about a plan to assassinate Hariri and Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri, by the Israeli Mossad cooperating with Samir Geagea leader of the “Lebanese Forces”. Ironically is that the newspaper reported that Syria revealed the plan to the Lebanese government. The link to the newspaper’s story still exists.
West media and newspapers are awash with so-called experts in Arab affairs, but no one can explain why Libyan city Misrata is the only city in North-West of Libya revolted against Gadhafi. Here is the explanation:
For centuries ago, the people who settled in this city “Misrata” are from a very little-known minority called “Cherkess” in Arabic, that is “Circassians” in English. Libyan Cherkess are known in their strong ties with the Cherkess in the Middle East, especially with the Cherkess large minority in Jordan (there are influential Cherkess in Jordan’s King Abdullah offices).
Leaks say that Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has sent a secret delegation to negotiate with a senior Cherkess figures in Jordan, in terms of reconciliation mediation between Tripoli and Misrata. At least the Cherkess to announce their disengagement from the rebels in Eastern Libya, in exchange for more benefits.
After a meeting with Egypt’s statesman Tantawi, Qatari Crown Prince “Mini-Banana” held a secret “behind-closed-doors” meeting with Egyptian revolution activists.
The reason behind this secret talks is to prevent the nomination and block all the chances of Murtadha Mansour, Chairman of the “Free Egypt Party” from Egypt’s presidential race. This is video in which Mansour insults Emir of Qatar and his wife “Mouza” (that is banana in English).