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  1. haman10

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    Tests prove held man is top Saudi militant linked with Iran embassy attack in Beirut
    January 3, 2014 Updated: January 3, 2014 18:52:00

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    The tests confirmed that the detained man is Majid Al Majid, the commander of the Abdullah Azzam Brigades, the army said yesterday.

    The group had claimed responsibility for a number of attacks, including the November 19 twin bombings at the Iranian embassy in Beirut that killed at least 23 people and wounded dozens.

    Al Majid is being held in a military hospital because “he is in poor health”, a medical official said.

    Another official familiar with the investigation said the interrogation of Al Majid “has been delayed because he is in poor health”, and that the suspect is being “heavily guarded” at the Baabda military hospital near Beirut.

    According to the medical source, who had been treating Al Majid before his arrest without knowing who he was, he suffers from kidney failure and requires regular dialysis.

    “On December 27, the hospital where Al Majid was being treated contacted the Red Cross to arrange his transfer to another hospital,” said the source.

    But before the suspect arrived at the second facility, “the Lebanese army intelligence intercepted the ambulance and arrested Al Majid,” the source said, adding that neither the hospital nor the ambulance teams had prior knowledge of who Al Majid was.

    The Saudi ambassador, Ali Awad Assiri, praised the arrest, saying Al Majid “is a terrorist who attacked his own country before attacking the Iranian embassy. The monarchy has been searching for him long before he staged this”.

    On Thursday, Mr Assiri said: “He has been wanted by the Saudi courts for a long time. Should DNA tests prove the person detained is indeed Majid, we will be pleased with the arrest.”

    The report comes a day after a Lebanese minister said Al Majid had been arrested by the army’s intelligence services and was being interrogated “in secret”.

    Beirut families of the victims in the Iranian embassy bombings said they want Al Majid to stand trial in Lebanon.

    “This Saudi criminal should be tried in Lebanon where he committed his grisly crimes,” one family said yesterday.

    Meanwhile, the Iranian embassy in Beirut asked on Thursday to be involved in the investigation into the double suicide bombing.

    The Lebanese foreign minister, Adnan Mansour, said he had received a note from the Iranian embassy in Beirut that included “a request for access to the current investigation with Majid Al Majid, with him being one of the suspects in the explosion that targeted the embassy”.

    He said he would raise the request with the relevant authorities. The Abdullah Azzam Brigades group was designated in the United States in 2012 as a “terrorist organisation”.

    The group was formed in 2009 and is believed to have branches in both the Arabian Peninsula and Lebanon.

    The Lebanese unit is named after Ziad Al Jarrah, a Lebanese man who took part in the September 2001 attacks on the United States.

    It has sporadically fired rockets into northern Israel, and the Brigades also claimed responsibility for the 2010 bombing attack of a Japanese oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz.

    The Abdullah Azzam Brigades is named for the Palestinian mentor of Osama bin Laden. He was killed in a 1989 bomb blast.

    According to Islamist sites, Al Majid was revealed to be the leader of the group in 2012.

    Hizbollah and Iran are allied with the Syrian regime, and it has dispatched fighters to battle the uprising alongside government forces.

    In claiming the embassy bombing, the group warned of more attacks in Lebanon if Hizbollah kept sending troops to support the Syrian president, Bashar Al Assad.

    In 2009, Lebanon sentenced Al Majid in absentia to life in prison for belonging to a different extremist group, the Al Qaeda-inspired Fatah Al Islam.

    * Associated Press with additional reporting by Agence France-Presse


    Saudi Arabia praises arrest of 'terrorist' who attacked Iranian embassy in Beirut | The National

    BBC News - Lebanon 'arrests head of Abdullah Azzam Brigades'

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    just look at his dirty terrorist face !!! killed those innocent people for what ? going to heaven ? :lol:

    and not to mention he was sent to hell by his own country so he shuts up :lol:

    REST IN HELL
     
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    You are calm indeed.

    :lol:
     
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    although u started it , i'm just relaying the news ....

    what ? are u ashamed of your terrorism ?
     
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    Targeting your Iranian sponsored terrorists in HizbAlShaitan and returning the favor of them targeting innocent Sunni Muslims in Lebanon is fair play if you play dirty. I don't like neither party.

    Proud of killing that Sunni Arab Lebanese politician that dared to criticize the terrorist of HizbAlShaitan and the other civilians that were targeted in that attack?
     
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    changing names shows how pathetic you are .....

    LOL :D hizbashaytan :D :D :lol: :lol:

    dont derail the topic ....... its about your people terrorizing the whole region ....... plus USA !!! :LOL: :LOL:
     
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    The man was on the wanted list in Saudi Arabia for terrorism related activities.

    Not sure if you understand plain english or not.

    Anyway he passed away and kept all the secret with him.

    You can blame him but don't point fingers at others.

    On the other hands the revolutionary guards are not on a picnic in Syria as we speak are they? :lol:
     
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    SA would sooner or later harvest which they are sowing in middle east.
     
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    BLAH BLAH !!! EXACTLY LIKE 9/11 TERRORISTS ? :LOL:


    1-he was sent to hell
    2- yep you killed him but lebenese minister wont leave u un-noticed :lol:


    off-topic but no :lol:
     
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    no actually they are hunting down AQ. i think they are in your black list too. arent they?
     
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    Just f.... these murder rats.
     
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    The Lebanese authorities are reported to have arrested the head of a jihadist group that claimed the suicide bomb attack on Iran's embassy in November.

    Defence Minister Fayez Ghosn told the AFP news agency that Majid al-Majid, the Saudi "emir" of the al-Qaeda-linked Abdullah Azzam Brigades, was being held by army intelligence in Beirut.

    He later denied making any statement, but other sources confirmed the arrest.

    The embassy attack killed 23 people, including the Iranian cultural attache.

    A Salafist cleric close to the Abdullah Azzam Brigades, Sheikh Siraj al-Din Zureiqat, had issued a claim of responsibility in its name.

    He warned attacks would continue in Lebanon until Iranian and Hezbollah forces stopped fighting alongside government forces in Syria, and the Sunni group's prisoners were released in Lebanon.

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    Abdullah Azzam Brigades
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    • Based in Lebanon and the Arabian Peninsula
    • Formed in 2009, according to US, but name used to claim attacks in Egypt in 2004 and 2005
    • Saudi wing claimed 2010 attack on Japanese oil tanker off the coast of Oman
    • Lebanese wing behind occasional rocket fire against Israel since 2009, but not believed to have carried out a major attack until embassy bombing
    • Led since 2012 by Majid al-Majid, a Saudi citizen named on the kingdom's most-wanted list
    Investigators later identified the two suicide bombers as a Lebanese man with ties to hardline Sunni groups and a Palestinian man with ties to the fugitive Sunni Islamist cleric, Sheikh Ahmed al-Assir.

    'Break-out attempt'
    Mr Ghosn did not specify when the arrest of Majid al-Majid took place, according to AFP, which quoted him as saying: "He was wanted by the Lebanese authorities and is currently being interrogated in secret."

    A Lebanese security source told the Reuters news agency that he had been captured with another Saudi militant and had been living in the southern city of Sidon.

    Hezbollah's al-Manar TV cited security sources as saying that two attacks on army checkpoints outside Sidon on 15 December had been attempts to free him.

    A soldier and four gunmen were killed in the ensuing clashes in the suburb of Majdelyoun, for which there was no claim of responsibility.

    Majdelyoun is next to Ahmed al-Assir's stronghold of Abra, which the army captured in June after fierce clashes in which dozens of his supporters were killed.

    Based in both Lebanon and the Arabian Peninsula, the Abdullah Azzam Brigades are named after a Palestinian jihadist ideologue who recruited mujahideen for the fight against the Soviets in Afghanistan in the 1980s.

    The name was first used to claim a series of attacks against tourists in Egypt in 2004 and 2005, but the US government believes the group - which it has designated a terrorist entity - was not formed until 2009.

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    The BBC's Paul Wood said that the attack could be linked to the Syrian conflict

    In Lebanon, the Abdullah Azzam Brigades is believed to have attracted hardline Islamist militants who had fought in the Iraqi insurgency and based itself in the Ein el-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp, near Sidon.

    The group began claiming responsibility for occasional rocket fire against northern Israel from 2009, but is not believed to have carried out any major attacks until November's Iranian embassy bombings.

    The Abdullah Azzam Brigades were led by Saleh al-Qaraawi, a Saudi veteran of the Iraqi insurgency, until June 2012. He was succeeded by Majid al-Majid, a Saudi who like Qaraawi was named on Saudi Arabia's list of 85 most-wanted terrorists in 2009.

    One Lebanese media report said he left for Syria a month ago, where he allegedly pledged allegiance to the leader of the al-Nusra Front, an al-Qaeda affiliate seeking to overthrow President Bashar Assad.
     
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    When I talk I always write facts. Try to do the same instead of exposing your IQ.
     
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    shooo ! embarrassed guy :lol:
     
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    Oh please thats what Mullas teach you. How can you shelter Al-Qaeda and hunt them at the same time. That equation doest smell good.:sick::lol: