BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:00 P.M.) – Lebanon has issued an arrest warrant for Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of the late Libyan President Muammar Al-Gaddafi, for the disappearance of Imam Moussa Al-Sadr during his trip to Libya in 1978.

According to the National News Agency of Lebanon, Judge Zaher Hamadeh issued the arrest warrant for Gaddafi and nine other Libyan nationals over the disappearance of the Lebanese religious leader and his two associates, Sheikh Mohammad Yaqoub and Abbas Badreddine.

The National News Agency noted that the Libyan Foreign Ministry in the National Reconciliation Government had repeatedly refused to properly inform the said defendants, who had been informed as well as the Code of Criminal Procedure.

The brother of Saif Al-Islam, Hannibal, is also in the custody of the Lebanese authorities and has remained so since his kidnapping from Syria.

The Lebanese authorities have accused the government of the late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi of abducting and murdering Imam Moussa Al-Sadr and his two companions.

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Hezbollah is always seeking revanche not seeking the true !

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It’s high time for all of Hezbollah victims to seek revenge…
Let’s see what will be left of it if all the 40 countries Hezb did terrorist attacks in come to retribute Hezb for its past deeds…

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Saif al-Islam Gaddafi; born 25 June 1972
Hannibal Muammar Gaddafi : born 20 September 1975
Disappearance of Imam Moussa Al-Sadr : 31 August 1978
+++ “The Lebanese authorities have accused the government of the late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi of abducting and murdering Imam Moussa Al-Sadr and his two companions”
It’s obvious that Hannibal and Saif were members of the government of the late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in 1978
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Lebanese Hash is very strong

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For once I agree, this is pretty stupid. Vindictive justice on his sons? This does not bring a real closure to the case. A lot of Lebanese politics at play here.

Unless they press charges on them to threaten them into saying what rly happened so they know officially who was behind it as its true that as Gaddaffi’s sons they could likely have some knowledge about it.

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Frankly, Daddy telling his 6 and 3 year old sons “guess what, I ordered to kidnap a Lebanese biggot and torture him today”… C’mon! Moreover, it’s not even sure this guy was disappeared by Libyan Mukhabarat : it’s supposed : AFAIK, there are neither hard nor circumstantial evidence… All we know is that al-Sadr disappeared in Libya. You know, every year you have idiots willing to visit the Sahara with a single 4×4 getting lost and the 1st sand storm deletes any trace. It can be as dumb as this! Detaining someone who was 3y old when it happened because… Read more »

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What if Saif wins the Libyan election?