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Monday, February 14, 2005
[Media Source*] (Persian Journal) You've all heard about the assassination of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri via car bombing but it seems that Iran is condemning the attacks.
Asefi voiced deep sorrow over the incident, expressing sympathy with the families of the victims and the Lebanese government and nation on behalf of the Iranian government and nation.
Image from Persian Journal
Asefi said the Lebanese people and government should be fully vigilant and closely watch the conspiracies of those who are against the security and stability of the country.
Conspiracies? I guess that means "those whom the American's suspect" which would probably include the nation of Syria at the top of the list (they would be on mine). Images from Fox News below.
Feb. 14: An injured man is helped in Beirut, Lebanon.
Feb. 14: The scene of a strong explosion in Beirut is seen in this image made from television.
Feb. 14: Emergency personnel tend to the aftermath of a car bomb in Beirut, Lebanon.
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