ILC1559 - Hezbollah's Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah must be investigated for crimes committed on May 7th
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Wednesday, 20 May 2009

ILC 1559
ILC 1559

The International Lebanese Committee (ILC) for the Implementation of UNSCR1559 issued a letter to UNSG Ban Ki-Moon regarding the statements of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah the commander and chief of the Hezbollah forces in Lebanon, at a recently televised address on May 15th 2009..

The letter stated that "Nasrallah acknowledge given the order to attack, murder and destroy innocent people of Beirut and Shouf Mountains of Lebanon on that fatal day of May 7, 2008.

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah is guilty of terrorism by his own admission.

The International community can have no more clear proof than this.

In fact he is boasting about his so called “glorious day” in which certain parts of Lebanon were saturated with the blood of his fallen victims.

How long will the international community continue to accommodate his flagrant lies and deception about his arsenal being for the purpose of resistance against the State of Israel?

The world knows only too well that his real motivation is to use his military arsenal for the purpose of destroying democracy in Lebanon, forcing the people to their knees under the rule of dictatorships controlled by Syria and Iran.

A terrorist who has a blatant disregard for national and international law, who possesses an arsenal more powerful than the Lebanese national armed forces and who is intoxicated with brutal power, can openly and boldly admit to the world that he has directly given orders to assassinate and destroy his political opponents in Lebanon; and no one has made the slightest move to apprehend and question this self confessed ruthless assassin.

The ILC for UNSCR1559 calls on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to investigate the operations of terror and assassinations which took place on May 7 2008 in Lebanon which witnessed the death of over 87 innocent people.

The people of Lebanon and indeed those of the international community cannot afford to be dismissive of the events of that infamous day in the history of Lebanon."


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