Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Khaddam: Assets And The Truth

Al-Siyasah newspaper released an article today citing sources which claim that the former Syrian President's Deputy, Abdulhalim Khaddam, had all his assets in Syria transferred to the government coffers. Therefore, Khaddam has allegedly lost all his possessions in his country.

This move has come about, as the article claims, due to the Syrian regime's conviction that Khaddam has provided Mehlis and Jacques Chirac with all of what he knows about the Hariri assassination, including who is involved in the planning and execution, by name, on the 6th of September 2005.

What do you say?....


"Nobody knows how many rebellions, besides political rebellions, ferment in the masses of life which people earth."

5 comments:

Vox Populi - Agent Provocateur said...

I am not surprised, but I don't think that the state has taken much from him. There have been rumors for months saying that Khaddam (and others, including Rami Makhlouf but this is harder to believe) have sold their assets and transfered them in foreign countries.

The rats are leaving the sinking ship.

JoseyWales said...

-I think 95% of his fortune is outside Syria, if he has half a brain

- I think they can always kill him or threaten his family, they do not need to hold his assets, and he knows it.

Dr Victorino de la Vega said...
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Dr Victorino de la Vega said...

Hmm… Interesting that Neocon majorette Ms. Doha-Al-Collaboratoristani would quote from a “reliable source” [sic] such as Al-Seyassah, an overtly Likud-friendly media outlet owned by the Al-Sabah ruling family of Kuwait…

“Al-Seyassah” is on the record for having churned out a world class collection of Gargantuan lies in the past 15 years including among many others the 1990 canard of the decade that came fully equipped with gore descriptions of “bloodthirsty Aflaqi/Iraqi soldiers setting Kuwaiti maternities on fire, after having sadistically pierced through incubators with their Baathist bayonets” [sic]

In Jan. 2003, the editor of Al-Seyassah, a buffoon named Ahmad Al-Jarallah, famously predicted that “the incoming events will surely prove VP Richard Cheney right: the people of Iraqi will welcome their American liberators with sweets, almonds and rosewater” [sick]

As pro-Saudi stooges and other Lebanese “resistants” of the eleventh hour like to think they’re some kind of visionary “freedom-loving avant-guarde” and a beacon of democratic light in “a tyrannically retarded Arab world” whatever that may mean, I can’t resist the temptation of citing the origin of the word “Al-Seyassah” that gave its name to that despicable Kuwaiti newspaper: “Seyassah” is an Arabized version of the Turkic-Mongolian word “Yassah” or “Yasseh” which means “customary law”.

Ironically, the word entered the Arabic vocabulary in the mid-13th century A.D. when some “pragmatic” collaborators amongst the sheikhs of Aleppo and Mossul agreed to replace existing Arab laws and traditions by the Yassah, the legal system of Mongolian occupation troops...

Guess it’s true what they say about history repeating itself!

Anonymous said...

http://www.meib.org/articles/0002_med.htm
What Khaddam testified is a bomb shell. But in the same time he is not that innocent. He was also part of the Lebanese misery and he was in power when President Mowaad got killed!!!!!!!!!!
I think the whole regime (new and old) should be put into trial for all the crime that they made against humanity.