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  • The Scriptorium

    5/5/2005

    U.N. botching Lebanon probe?

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 5:41 pm

    Remember after the Iraq war when U.N. teams were sent in to search for Saddam’s nuclear and biological weapons? Just before the U.N. investigators would arrive at suspected weapons sites things would be mysteriously moved or hidden. The Iraqis always seemed to know when inspectors were coming and conveniently had in place a plan to stall them. It seems the U.N. didn’t learn anything.

    A U.N. mission has been sent into Lebanon to observe and verify the departure of the Syrian military and intelligence. Oddly enough, Syrian intelligence is having no problem dodging the four person team and always knows exactly where they team will be and when. Either the U.N. is purposely alerting people to their mission, or they’re incompetent. I’d wager it’s a little of both.

    It’s been a another bad day for the U.N. This report comes on the heals of news that Kofi Annan may not be let off the hook after all. It turns out, despite Volker’s attempts to hinder the U.S. Congress’ investigation into the Oil for Food mess, evidence has surfaced that puts Kofi right back on the hot seat. No, it’s not a good day for the U.N.

    The United Nations mission currently in Lebanon to verify the departure of Syrian troops and intelligence forces from the country has been coordinating its travel in a manner that offers military installations advanced notice of the team’s arrival, allowing any remaining Syrian intelligence agents to hide or flee, sources on the ground with the mission told WorldNetDaily.

    Although Syria claimed it removed its intelligence forces from Lebanon with last week’s reported withdrawal of troops, former Lebanese prime minister Michel Aoun and several Lebanese opposition leaders told WND this week Damascus continues to secretly maintain intelligence agents in the country.

    ”I have been given some information that confirms the presence of Syrian intelligence agents still operating inside Lebanon,” said Aoun. ”Intelligence forces have carefully relocated. Plus the penetration of Lebanese intelligence by Syria is very deep. Many Lebanese intelligence forces, who may appear working for Lebanon, are really Syrian trained agents.”

    Other senior Lebanese opposition sources also told WorldNetDaily Syrian intelligence officials have set up shop elsewhere in Lebanon, including refugee camps and Hezbollah bases. . . . . . .

    WND Article

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