Tuesday, 6 May 2008

mayhem posponed around lebanon


The Middle East firestorm was to have started on April 25

May 6, 2008 -- The Middle East firestorm was to have started on April 25

WMR has learned from its Middle East intelligence sources that a leak from the office of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s office resulted in the last minute scuttling of an Israeli intelligence operation in Beirut that would have started a series of events that would have likely resulted in the outbreak of warfare between Israel and Lebanon, Syria, and possibly, between Iran and the United States.
Israel’s Mossad planned an April 25 assassination, likely by its favorite method, a massive car bomb, of Lebanese Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah. Because the assassination would have triggered the « perfect storm » for the outbreak of war in Lebanon, with the involvement of Israel, the United States, Syria, and Iran, an official In Olmert’s office leaked the assassination plan. When it became apparent that there was a leak, Mossad scuttled the entire operation.
The plan was immediately known by the CIA and Hezbollah. It is known that retired CIA officer and contractor Roland Carnaby, a Lebanese-American, had close contact with all of Lebanon’s various factions. On April 29, four days after the planned assassination of Nasrallah by Mossad, Carnaby was killed in broad daylight by Houston police. WMR previously reported that Carnaby had successfully penetrated a Mossad ring active in the Houston area.
It is clear that Israel would not have carried out the Nasrallah assassination without the knowledge and approval of the neocon cell operating from Vice President Dick Cheney’s office and extending to elements of the U.S. Air Force, CIA, and other federal agencies.
Nasrallah’s assassination by Israel would have resulted in a massive Hezbollah strike on Israel and, possibly, through Moqtada al Sadr’s forces in Iraq, on U.S. troops in that country. The outbreak of massive violence between U.S. and Sh’ia forces in Iraq may have laid the groundwork for a U.S. strike on alleged training camps in Iran and other targets of opportunity.
WMR has also obtained a copy of the civil suit filed by Carnaby’s widow, Susan Carnaby, against the City of Houston for the wrongful death of her husband.

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