UN Secretary General Annan Will Not Rock the Syrian Boat!

UN Secretary General Annan Will Not Rock the Syrian Boat!

October 21, 2005


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ollow up to the BLOG article issued last night near mid-night, which shows the political intrigue that ripples through all levels of the international community, from a beggar selling apples in Bongo-Bongo to the top gun in the United Nations. Surely society has reached the level of evil that caused the northern Kingdom of Israel to be overrun and carried into Assyria in the days of the Prophet Isaiah.

Isaiah 5:20 – Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

Psalm 14:1-4 – The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God.

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They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good.

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[2] The Lord looked down from heaven upon the children of men, to see if there were any that did understand, and seek God. [3] They are all gone aside, they are all together become filthy: there is n one that doeth good, no, not

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[4] Have all the workers of iniquity no knowledge? who eat up my people as they eat bread, and call not upon the Lord.

Verse four accurately describes the current brand of politicians across the earth. Most world governmental leaders and structures have now completely shut God out of their minds, and the rest of the governments are well on their way to doing the same. We were once the government that said “In God We Trust,” but that is rapidly changing.

The following article by the Jerusalem Post Staff and the Associated Press is an example of what is called political correctness by the system of man’s governmental structure, but is called deceit by the Bible.


Syria: UN Report on Hariri Killing Politically Motivated


October 21, 2005

Syria on Friday rejected UN findings that linked Damascus to the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri as false, unprofessional and politicized.

“I think the report is far from professional and will not lead us to the truth,” Mehdi Dakhlallah, the Syrian information minister, said in an interview on Al-Jazeera television from the Syrian capital.
He said the report, about which he had seen media reports but did not have an official text, was “100 percent politicized” and “contained false accusations.”

However, it is possible that last second changes were made to the Detlev Mehlis report due to pressure by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, Israel Radio reported Friday afternoon.

A diplomatic source reported that Annan was interested in removing the name of Bashar Assad’s brother and brother-in-law, along with other important Syrian officials, from the list

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of suspects in the Hariri killing.

Annan, according to speculations, was concerned that the harsh report could lead to instability in Syria, perhaps even to an overthrow of the Assad regime, and thus preferred a more watered-down version of the report.

A spokesman for Annan had said before the report was given that no changes would be made to it.

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Speaking at a CNN press conference Friday afternoon, Detlev Mehlis denied allegations that the report given to Annan in private was different than the report given to the

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“No changes whatsoever were suggested by the secretary general, or by anyone else…All changes were made by myself,” said Mehlis.
When asked why computer records showed that he made changes to the report while he was in the meeting with Annan, Mehlis said that he “had no idea of the time.”

Lebanon’s president, Emile Lahoud, vowing not to leave office, denied a UN claim that he received a phone call minutes before the killing.

The report of the UN probe, submitted to the UN Security Council late Thursday, implicated top Syrian and Lebanese intelligence officials in the Feb.

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14 assassination of Hariri in a massive bombing in Beirut that also killed 20 others.

The report also raised questions about Lebanon’s pro-Syrian president, Lahoud, who it said received a phone call minutes before the blast from the brother of a prominent member of a pro-Syrian group, who also called one of the four Lebanese generals, Raymond Azar, who have been arrested in the probe.

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Lahoud’s office “categorically denies” the media reports about
Lahoud receiving a phone call, saying “there is no truth to it.”
The statement said the accusations are part of continued campaigns against the president and the office “and the national responsibilities he shoulders and will continue to do so at this delicate stage in Lebanon’s history.”

Since the arrest of four Lebanese generals in August as suspects, anti-Syrian groups have focused on Lahoud, demanding his resignation. Lahoud has refused to step down, saying his hands are clean and that he supports punishing those found guilty of killing Hariri.

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Dakhlallah, the Syrian minister, said the investigation led by Mehlis was biased against Syria and his report was “part of a pressure campaign against Syria which does not stop at accusing Syria of anything evil that happens in the world.”

This report “is contrary to the most essential conditions and methods of investigation,” he said.

“I don’t believe we are closer to the truth. On the contrary, probably there is a kind of deception which runs against the truth, against the interest of Syria and Lebanon and against stability in the region,” the Syrian official added.

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Asked if Syria would end cooperation with the investigative process, Dakhlallah said Syria would wait for clarifications of the content of the report.

Lebanese police and army took additional security measures ahead of the release of the report out of concern that clashes would erupt in the country between pro and anti-Syrian activists.

In response to the Mehlis report, Israeli Vice Premier Shimon Peres said, “I think there needs to be change in Syria,” adding that the United States and France should take the lead in deciding on an international response to the findings.

Referring to Assad and his relatives in positions of power, Peres said: “If it is true that the (Syrian) government is involved in the murder (of Hariri), this will shake up the rule of the Assads,” Peres told Israel Radio.

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He added that it is “not natural or acceptable” for a family representing a small minority to rule Syria in what he said was a brutal fashion.

Ephraim Halevy, former chief of the Mossad, said it was not necessary to prove a direct involvement by Assad.

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“The head of the Syrian pyramid is Bashar Assad,” Halevy told Army Radio.

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“I don’t think … there is any doubt that this was an extensive and coordinated operation that was planned for many months. Lots of people from the Syrian elite were involved.”

Likud MK Yuval Steinitz, head of the Knesset’s Defense and Foreign Affairs Committee, called for regime change in Damascus.

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“As far as I am concerned … and here I have a dispute with some of the people in the (Israeli) security establishment, it is not just an American interest but a clear Israeli interest to end the Assad dynasty and replace Bashar Assad,” said Steinitz.