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The UN-mandated Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) has indicted high-ranking members of Hezbollah for the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri on February 14, 2005. The Tribunal was established in March 2009, which raises suspicion of its intent. Why not establish it earlier? Was it set up as an apolitical institution to seek justice and bring healing to Lebanon, or to be used as a political tool by the U.S. and Israel to cause further regional discord?
Last August Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah went on television with video evidence that connected the Israel government to the murder of Hariri. But Israel maintains its innocence.
Who is telling the truth about who killed Hariri - Israel and the United States, or Hezbollah?
In October of last year, Dr. Larbi Sadiki, a Senior Lecturer in Middle East Politics at the University of Exeter, wrote in Al Jazeera:
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Dead or alive, America's J.F. Kennedy and Lebanon's Rafiq Hariri conjure up thoughts of conspiracy. Who really so meticulously and masterfully staged the slaying of Lebanon's Premier Rafiq Hariri in 2005? Is Hezbollah being framed for a Lee Harvey Oswald destiny?
Hezbollah says that the STL is an illegitimate international institution and a political weapon in the hands of the U.S. and Israel. I agree with this assessment because there is so much evidence that proves the U.S. and Israel are led by a pack of devils who will commit any murder and accuse everyone else of their crimes in order to advance their own poisonous interests.
As a foreign and dispassionate observer I don't care about the political disputes and conflicts between Hezbollah and Israel. I care about finding the truth and creating peace, not defending and promoting either side's narrative of history. I hate both Hezbollah and the devilish Israeli government. I also hate the despotic U.S. empire and the tyrannical Iranian government.
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If Israel did not possess a stockpile of nuclear weapons and was not led by aggressive leaders then I would be less interested about understanding the madness in the region. If they only had sticks and stones then they could kill themselves and start wars all they want. But Israel's ownership of nukes, combined with the mad leaders of Israel, U.S., and Iran who want war as bad as the rest of the world wants peace, is a reality that concerns the security of all mankind: You and I, along with the entire planet, are at risk.
If Hezbollah is being falsely accused by the governments of Israel and the United States for the murder of Hariri to create chaos and discord in Lebanon then this proves the U.S. and Israel are criminal rogue states that must be punished by an international court.
The U.S. government claims to speak for the international community but we know that is a farce. The U.N. itself is a giant political fraud. It is not an apolitical institution that cares about justice, truth, and peace. In January, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned Richard Falk, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Palestinian human rights, for raising honest questions about the 9/11 attacks, and discredited the global 9/11 truth movement by calling it a product of crazy conspiracy theories.
Since the U.N. is nothing more than a political weapon, no institution in the world has the authority to create peace and enforce the rule of law on a global scale. The states with the biggest stockpile of nukes and guns decide what is true and who is guilty.
This means the world is not in a state of civilization but in a state of madness and complete anarchy, in which lawbreakers like George Bush, Barack Obama, and Benjamin Netanyahu are free to wreak havoc on the planet and human institutions.