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Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Syria still attempting 'regime change' in Lebanon

Israel Radio reported this morning that the Lebanese newspaper al-Mustakbal, which is owned by the family of assassinated Lebanese President Rafik al-Hariri, reports this morning that four days ago, Lebanese authorities arrested two people - a Syrian and a Saudi - who were part of an alleged network of two hundred people who planned to assassinate thirty-six senior Lebanese officials. According to the newspaper, the Syrian intelligence appointed a group belonging to the Fatah-Intifada organization to implement the plan.

Fatah-Intifada split from the Fatah movement in the 1970s and is led by Colonel Abu Moussa.

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