الخميس - الموافق 24 سبتمبر 2020م

The International Human Rights Commission: dangerous information about the Beirut explosion and calls for an international investigation

Mohamed Zaky

The Office of the Middle East Commissioner for the International Commission for Human Rights and the Special Envoy of the International Council in Geneva, Ambassador Dr. Haitham Abu Saeed, announced that he had received two letters regarding the Beirut Port bombings that took place yesterday from the Legal Department of the Commission in Geneva, lawyer Farah Dibba and world Chairman Shahid Amin Khan asking the Lebanese State to open an international investigation into this incident, given Of the conflicting reports that reached the committee.

 

The office of Ambassador Abu Saeed indicated that there is some irrefutable information indicating the existence of sabotage action which led to this massive explosion, which killed tens of innocent people and citizens, in addition to the wounded, estimated at about five thousand (5,000).

The office added that the initial information that arrived through our regional office indicates that the explosion was caused by the Gabriel anti-ship missile to Israel, and the second explosion was caused by the Israeli Dalilah missile from the F16 aircraft.

 

The ambassador’s office added that the military analyzes indicated that there is a great similarity between the 2005 explosion in which the assassinated Prime Minister Rafik Hariri was assassinated and 21 others who were accompanying him, which eventually led to the exit of the Syrian army from Lebanon.

 

The Ambassador concluded that the video accompanying the statement was sent to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, to the President of the International Council for Rights, Ambassador Elizabeth Weisselberger and

the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Ms. Michel Bachelet, with a brief report to see and take action.

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