With her identity being concealed on a newly released YouTube video, Mustafa Badreddine’s self-proclaimed mistress claims that not only was the Hezbollah behind his assassination, but that the Shiite leader Hassan Nasrallah, was aware of the plot.
By Roi Kais
A video of a woman has surfaced on an anonymous YouTube channel claiming not only to be the lover of former Hezbollah military leader Mustafa Badreddine, but also that the terrorist leader was murdered by his own terror organization.
Iranian Quds Force commander Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani (L) – ‘Eliminated’ Mustafa Badreddine – Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah(R) – Photos: Arab Media
The explosive claims ostensibly lend credibility to the Israeli position that it had no part in the assassination. Continue Reading »
Despite initial headlines blamed Israel for Badreddine’s death, the Lebanese terrorist organization, Hezbollah, has officially declared the assassination to be the work of ‘criminal Sunni gangs.’
By Roi Kais & Reuters
Lebanese Shi’ite Muslim militant group Hezbollah said on Saturday to its Lebanese television channel Al-Manar that its top military commander Mustafa Badreddine was killed by artillery shells fired by insurgents near Syria’s Damascus airport.
Badreddine’s funeral Friday – Photo: AP
“Investigations have showed that the explosion, which targeted one of our bases near Damascus International Airport, and which led to the martyrdom of commander Mustafa Badreddine, was the result of artillery bombardment carried out by takfiri groups in the area,” Hezbollah’s statement said. Continue Reading »
Arab media reports that Mustafa Badr al-Din, Hezbollah’s top military commander and leading suspect in the assassination of former Lebanese PM Rafik Hariri, was killed in an Israeli airstrike in Damascus.
By Ben Ariel
Arab media reported overnight Thursday that Mustafa Badr al-Din, Hezbollah’s military commander, was killed in an Israeli airstrike on a Hezbollah facility in Damascus.
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Hezbollah supporters (archive) – Reuters
The IDF has not responded to the reports, which were published in Al Mayadeen, Al-Arabiya, the Iranian Al-Alam and the Lebanese Daily Star.
Badr al-Din is considered the successor of senior Hezbollah terrorist Imad Mughniyeh, who was assassinated in 2008, also allegedly by Israel.