World Bulletin / News Desk
Al-Nusra Front has allegedly assembled four car bombs and sent them to Lebanon, according to a document sent by the General Security chief for Beirut Airport to the head of the airport’s security,
The document, which LBC received a copy of, said that two of the cars -a 1988 white Mercedes-Benz 300 with a forged license plate, and a 1985 silver four-wheel drive Nissan Patrol- were sent from Arsal to unidentified destinations on October 17.
The two remaining cars were identified by the document as a black Mercedes-Benz 230 bearing a Hezbollah badge on its windows for camouflage and a silver four-wheel drive Chevrolet Blazer.
The operation took place under the supervision of head of the Al-Nusra Front, Palestinian Sheikh Abou Imad Toufic Hijazi, and Lebanese citizen Kayed Ghadada, who has become the head of Omar al-Atrash Group, which has been accused of carrying out the Dahiyeh bombings in August.Last Mod: 21 Ekim 2013, 09:42