Great News-Murderer of 250 marines in Beirut assassinated.

Discussion in 'Politics' started by dddooo, Feb 13, 2008.

  1. Imad Mughniyeh, Hizbullah's chief of operations, was considered over the past 25 years one of the world's most-wanted terrorists, involved in endless attacks against Israel and the United States, including the abduction of two IDF reservists in 2006 and the bombing of US embassies in Africa.

    Mughniyeh was co-founder of Hizbullah'

    in 1976 he joined Force 17 as a sniper targeting Christians on the Green Line dividing West and East Beirut.

    The first terror attack he was implicated for was the 1983 bombings of the US Embassy and barracks housing US Marines and French paratroopers who were part of the Multinational Force in Lebanon. Some 350 people were killed.

    In 1985, Mughniyeh was believed to have been one of the terrorists who took hostage a TWA flight on its way from Athens to Rome.

    On October 10, 2001 Mughniyeh appeared on the FBI's first "Top 22 Most Wanted Terrorists" list. A reward of $5 million was offered for information leading to his capture.

    He was wanted for the bombings of the Israeli embassy and the Jewish community center in Buenos Aires in 1992 and 1994 [that left 29 and 85 people dead], as well as a wave of abductions of Westerns in Lebanon in the 1980s.

    PS he certainly deserves 72 virgins. Israel denies any involvement
  2. liar
  3. seker2k


  4. US welcomes death of Hizbullah terror chief Mughniyeh

    The US welcomed on Wednesday the death of Hizbullah terror chief Imad Mughniyeh.

    State Department spokesman Sean McCormack said that "the world is a better place without this man in it," adding that "one way or the other he was brought to justice."

    He said that the United States had no independent information on the reports that Mughniyeh was killed in a car bombing in Syria Tuesday.

    The United States blames Mughniyeh for numerous terrorist attacks that killed hundreds of Americans including attacks on the US Embassy and US Marine barracks in Lebanon in the 1980s.

    He was on an FBI wanted list with a $25 million bounty on his head.
  5. Uh oh...prepare for some moonbat to lament the passing of this "freedom fighter" who fought so bravely against the imperialist forces of the US.
  6. It shows how ineffective the CIA is that this terrorist could survive as long as he did.
  7. Generally speaking, we have to get these things done using outside contractors.

    however it happened I am glad it did....

    May the guy burn in hell. Him and his ugly ass virgins or donkeys or chickens or whatever you towel heads get when you die...

    Wait a minute, I think its hamsters, yeah thats it, when you towel heads die and you go to towel head heaven, you are met by a thousand hamsters......hehehheheheheheh
  8. Lucrum


    Me too.
  9. Earlier, London's Sunday Times reported that at the time of his assassination, allegedly carried out by the Mossad, Mughniyeh was cooperating with the Syrians in planning an attack against Israeli targets to avenge an IAF strike on a Syrian site in September 2007, according to "informed Israeli sources."

    The paper quoted "Israeli intelligence sources" as saying that Mossad agents had replaced the headrest of the driver's seat in Mughiyeh's SUV with another headrest containing a small cache of explosives.

    According to a source quoted by the report, Mossad Chief Meir Dagan was summoned by Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to Jerusalem on the day after the assassination, where he was "complimented by his boss" on a job well done...
    #10     Feb 17, 2008