You can see what Wissam Al-Hassan stood for with Hariri right behind him.
We’ve been listening to repugnant gibberish from Lebanese impresarios of balderdash claiming that vaporized Zionist agent, Wissam Al-Hassan, was responsible for capturing and prosecuting Lebanese citizens who spied for “Israel” during his tenure as chief of Internal Security – Information Bureau. We will show you how that pack of lies was contrived by the enemies of Hizbollah and kited ostentatiously by some of the most vile, reprehensible lapdogs of American Zionist criminals in order to envelop him in some perfumed odor of sanctity acceptable to the riff-raff crawling on the roads of Beirut at the behest of Zionist/Saudi stooge, Saad Hariri. We will demonstrate how it was Hizbollah which first identified the spies, pursued them and eventually handed the files over to the Lebanese security establishment with the understanding that judicial proceedings would be initiated against these most malignant of traitors.
Even in death he has deceived the Lebanese people. He’s not even in this coffin. The traitor went up in a puff of aether. These Lebanese soldiers might as well be carrying the coffin of Rin Tin Tin.
But, first, the news from around the world and direct news to SyrPer from our sources on the ground in Syria:
WHEN WILL RUSSIA STOP THIS MISGUIDED POLICY OF PRETENDING NOT TO ARM? LOOK AT THE UNITED STATES SHIPPING WEAPONS FROM LIBYA TO SYRIA? THIS IS A MUST-READ. WE WANT OUR YAK-130’S NOW!!!
ANOTHER MUST-READ ABOUT LIBYAN FILTH ENTERING SYRIA:
WELL, RUSSIA!! NOW THAT YOU KNOW, WHERE ARE OUR YAK-130S? STOP THE CHARADE, PRESIDENT PUTIN. STOP IT!!
Ya Libnan is a pile of horse manure, but it’s fun to read their propaganda:
Always some laughter and mirth with a Jumblatt story. Here Mr. Jumblatt poses as statesman and man of weighty responsibilities – a man of conscience. Sectarianist? Me?
Where is Gordon Brown when you need him? Here, the British are being suckered into something harmful again. Don’t do it, Cameron. Your neck’s on the line here:
Hurray for Iran. And boo hoo hoo to Baroness Ashton, “SyrPer’s Sofa of the Year” candidate:
The Hamas Caliphate? It’s short and sweet.
So much for the cease-fire:
As SyrPer told you, Ma’arrat Al-Nu’man has been cleared of terrorist mercenaries, Libyan rabble and Saudi rats. Wa’el says that I would be proud of how accurate Syrian artillery and aircraft were. The MiG 25 supersonic aircraft has turned out to be quite a benefit to our armed forces with its ability to strike with pinpoint precision at distances far beyond the range of terrorist Doschkas or even, Stingers. The exact number of terrorists killed there is 673. To the best of Wa’el’s knowledge, more than half were non-Syrian with Turks making up a big percentage of the foreigners.
Syrian armor is pouring, as we write, out of the Aleppo area toward Idlib. Wa’el tells me that it will take about two weeks to get properly set up for the assault on the last holdout of the FSA and their Al-Qaeda allies. The reason for this is to give our soldiers some rest. We are also expecting a large shipment of munitions shortly. No details available. We will have a warning to the people of Idlib soon.
At Jubeileh, near Deir El-Zor, Syrian Military Intelligence uncovered a Qatari-designed plot to execute 40 innocent civilians and blame it on the Syrian Army. The plot was uncovered by eavesdropping equipment that recorded communications between a mercenary terrorist and a “Gulf-accented officer”.
In Aleppo, fighting is now limited to a house-to-house, search-and-kill operations. Don’t believe stories about FSA fighters controlling this quarter or that. The American-British-French-Turkish plan to use Aleppo as a capital for the mercenary army they are controlling, arming and funding, HAS BEEN A COMPLETE DEBACLE FOR OBAMA and his minions. At Saif-Al-Dawla, which is in rubble now, some skirmishes were engaged with 13 terrorists killed, all from Libya and Tunisia. Central Aleppo, at Sulaymaniyy, Aziziyya and Al-Madina and all around the Citadel, is clear of terrorist vermin. New Aleppo is completely clear. Our relatives in Sulaymaniyya confirm no criminals in the area. Life is still very precarious and there is a fear that the FSA or Jabhat Al-Nusra could return in a less numerous incarnation. I spoke to Haroun who said in Arabic that the people are “genuinely sick of the terrorists. Alot of young men are trying to buy automatic weapons to kill them. Hatred of the terrorists is like a plague in our area.”
Aslan reports that Riad Al-As’ad is furious that another colonel, one Ahmad Al-Hijazi, has declared himself Chief of Staff of the Fake Syrian Army (FSA). Laughing uncontrollably, Aslan says that Al-As’ad’s behavior has become “peculiar” شاذ with clear signs he thinks everybody is out to get him. He has a particularly venomous attitude toward former Maj.Gen. Mustapha Al-Sheikh, a rival of his. The Turks supported the cease-fire agreement for the Eid Al-Adha holiday without consulting Al-As’ad. SyrPer predicts that the Colonel may soon redefect to the Syrian government as his mental condition worsens with no foreign government willing to grant him immigrant status. We can say, based on what Aslan reports, that the FSA, whatever that is, no longer respects orders from Al-As’ad.
PKK gives sterling support to the Syrian government. Hanadi in Al-Raqqa (a new source for SyrPer) reports that the Kurdish militia has turned over “….many terrorists coming in from Iraq. When they don’t surrender, they’re shot. That’s it. The PKK doesn’t play games.”
Monzer just called me about the explosion in Damascus. “People just don’t care any more. We can live with it as long as there’s an end insight. Who knows what waits.”
THE STRANGE CASE OF ZIAD AHMAD AL-HOMSI AND WISSAM AL-HASSAN;
In an effort to steer people from the truth, Zionist-Geageaist-Saudi news sources play up Al-Hassan’s role in uncovering Lebanese spies while he was one of the heads of Lebanse Internal Security. What they can’t tell you is that he was an agent of Saudi Arabia by his attachment to the Hariri network and that he was working also with Mossad. He never once had a role in uncovering any Lebanese spies and only prosecuted them after Hizbollah or Lebanese Army Intelligence turned the files over to him.
On May 16, 2009, Ziad Ahmad Al-Homsi, the 63 year-old former mayor of Saad-Nayel, a Biqaai town close to Zahla, was arrested for espionage. He was charged with violation of Articles 274, 275 and 278 of Lebanon’s penal code that address acts of espionage for a foreign country. He was also charged with misdemeanor violations concerning possession of military weapons. The charges should carry a sentence of death under Lebanon’s laws.
One of the few pictures of Ziad Al-Homsi, Israeli spy whom Al-Hassan deliberately ignored until Hizbollah started to notice strange trips to Thailand and unexplained communications.
Al-Homsi was a fighter with Lebanese militia during the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon. He was stationed in Bayadir Al-‘Adas when Syrian forces under overall command of Maj. Gen. Tawfiq Juhni crushed the Israelis in a tank battle that took the lives of many Israeli soldiers, some of whose bodies were not collected by retreating Israeli troops and left to be buried in Lebanon. The Mossad has a unit which specializes in recovering the dead bodies of Jews. This unit was alerted to Al-Homsi when he published an advertisement in his magazine “Al-Irada” that his book covering that battle would be coming out soon The Mossad did not waste time and arranged for a Jewish Chinese agent, David, to contact Al-Homsi under the pretext of doing business with the towns of the Bekaa Valley. Al-Homsi had no reason at the time to suspect that “David” (in Mossad parlance a “dardas” who looked every bit Chinese) was an intelligence officer trying to discover the bodies of the dead Israeli soldiers.
Deals were struck in Beijing and Bangkok with David’s front company hiring Al-Homsi with a steady monthly wage and all-expenses paid. It did not take long for David to introduce Al-Homsi to a partner by the name of George Attar who was, in reality, a Syrian Jew working for Mossad. Once he discovered that he was in contact with an Israeli intelligence organization he was apprehensive. But his fears were allayed initially when David told him that their interest in finding the bodies was purely humanitarian. He accepted this and rationalized the entire arrangement from the view that he was not doing anything to harm Lebanese state security and was anxious to keep his salary. He was also interested in the $10,000,000 reward announced by Israel for any information that would lead to the discovery of the corpses.
From 2006, when all this began, until his arrest in 2009, Al-Homsi’s function with Mossad predictably changed from grave-finder to lethal operative (Mossad parlance: a Mabuah). He did try to locate the burial sites of the Israelis which led him to some dead-ends and some witnesses, one of whom (Saliba) had moved to Canada and the other two who passed away. The Mossad tried to get him to deliver coordinates for any suspected burial sites. He received highly sophisticated computer equipment that not only allowed him to photograph certain sites but also to relay them securely by encrypted methods on a computer the Mossad believed too advanced for the Lebanese counter-intelligence people. What the Mossad did not figure was on Hizbollah.
One spy apparatus for transmission found in Al-Homsi’s possession is displayed by a Lebanese security officer.
What’s the deal? you might ask. Al-Homsi was a member of Rafiq Hariri’s Future Movement. That’s what. Just like Wissam Al-Hassan.
The story continues with Al-Homsi eventually telling the Israelis that he merited a meeting with Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Hizbollah. That made David very happy. He wanted to know more and began to set Al-Homsi up for an assassination attempt by Mossad’s kidons (assassination squad).
Al-Homsi was caught because Hizbollah had control of the Beirut Airport at that time and his travels had tickled the curiosity of Hizbollah’s own spies. He was surveilled intensely by Hizbollah even when he was photographing possible burial sites and calculating coordinates, seemingly simple functions. But the Lebanese militia did not see it that way and noticed his interest in witnesses to the movement of bodies after the battle at Bayadir Al-‘Adas. Hizbollah also noted the travels to Bangkok, a notoriously well-known center for Mossad activity in the Far East. Moreover, deals with China were not forthcoming although there was one attempt to fool Lebanese officials by sending back a shipment because it was of “poor quality”.
Hizbollah relayed all Intel to Lebanese Military Intelligence which eventually put the cuffs on this traitor.
Wissam Al-Hassan’s only role was in secretly helping the Hariri-thug to get a lower sentence than the death penalty the prosecutor demanded. With Al-Hassan’s help, Homsi received a 15 year sentence at hard labor. As of the date Al-Hassan was killed, our sources tell me Al-Homsi was living it up at Roumieh prison with an expectation of a pardon in three years. So much for the patriot, Wissam Al-Hassan. He was a spy for Mossad from the beginning, helping to engineer a Hariri take-over of Lebanon and a lethal blow to the Lebanese Resistance Movement.