Mossad suspected in assassination of Hizbullah's anti-terror commander in South Lebanon

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Ayman Ahmed

Sha'ban 12, 1441 2020-04-06

Daily News Analysis

by Ayman Ahmed

Ali Mohammed Younes, commander of Hizbullah’s anti-terror operations, was assassinate late April 4 evening near Nabatiyeh in South Lebanon.

The Associated Press quoting two Lebanese security officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, reported that Younes’ body was found next to his car.

He was shot four times in the chest and had at least two stab wounds on his body.

To shoot and then stab someone, clearly indicates highly professional operators.

This reinforces the belief that Mossad was behind the assassination in collaboration with its Lebanese agents.

Hizbullah sources revealed that Younes was in charge of tracking collaborators with Zionist Israel, and spies.

He was pursuing a suspect when he was ambushed by three cars in the Zatour area, according to the Middle East Monitor quoting well-informed Lebanese media outlets that have good contacts in Hizbullah.

Lebanon is swarming with Zionist and American spies and collaborators.

The most recent example was witnessed in the case of the war-criminal and torturer at Khiam concentration camp, Amer al-Fakhoury who was whisked out of Lebanon on March 19.

He was lifted in an American helicopter from the US embassy in Beirut!

Lebanon’s National News Agency reported that a suspect was arrested shortly after Younes’ assassination on April 4.

Investigations are continuing and there is little doubt that Zionist-imperialist hands would be exposed but given Lebanon status as a virtual US-colony, the matter will most likely be hushed up.

Younes’ assassination occurred two days after the Zionist occupation army breached the fence in South Lebanon that divides the two countries, violating Lebanon’s sovereignty, yet again.

The Lebanese army and the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) went on alert, according to Lebanon’s National News Agency (NNA), but no clashes were reported.

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