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Wednesday, February 16

Mossad murders Rafik Al-Hariri?

While doing my daily scouring of the world's news for interesting tidbits, I came across an article which gives a fairly graphic view of a powerful entity engaged in a decades-long struggle for supremacy in it's region. The article is titled "Mossad Murders former Lebanese PM in Carbon Copy of 1979 Assassination"

The article mentions "three Mossad agents who could pass for Arabs crossed into Lebanon and entered the city. One rented a car. The second wired a series of bombs into it's chassis, roof and door panels".

Sometimes it is not very enjoyable to Observe things.

"The car was set to explode as Salameh passed. It did, blowing him to pieces!"

What is there that one can say about such things?

The only thing I can say is "I grieve!"

But, in Seeing reality as it actually is, I think it very important to see everything - the 'bad' along with the 'good'.

How else can we come to any understanding of the world we live in?


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