20-10-2021 11:05 AM Jerusalem Timing

As-Safir Reports More of Terrorist Naim Abbas Confessions on Lebanon’s Bombings

As-Safir Reports More of Terrorist Naim Abbas Confessions on Lebanon’s Bombings

As-Safir newspaper posted on Friday a report on the latest confessions of the terrorist Naim Abbas, who was behind most of the 19 bombings which plagued Lebanon between July 2013 and July 2014.

Naim AbbasAs-Safir newspaper posted on Friday a report on the latest confessions of the terrorist Naim Abbas, who was behind most of the 19 bombings which plagued Lebanon between July 2013 and July 2014.

The report noted that Abbas planned to send a car bomb to the building of Al-Manar TV station in Bir Hasan, yet he was arrested by the Lebanese army intelligence in February 2014 before carrying out his plot.

The Palestinian terrorist had earlier sent a suicide bomber to blow himself up in Al-Manar television building in Bir Hasan, yet he (the bomber) missed the target and detonated his explosive belt in a van in the area of Choueifat south eastern Beirut.

In July 2013, Naim Abbas stole, with the help of the Lebanese Hussein Zahran, a car on Khaldah highway and booby-trapped it in Naameh before he moved and parked it in the Palestinian camp of Sabra. Later, he drove the car to his target in Bir al-Abed parking lot and timed the explosion to occur after 55 minutes so that he could escape, according to the report.

The Lebanese paper's report also published further details about the two terrorist bombings which went off in Haret Hreik.

The terrorist Omar al-Atrash to drive the booby-trapped car from Bekaa to the area of Qasqas in Beirut as Naim Abbas was asked by the recently killed ISIL commander, Abu Walid al-Maqdesi, to guide the suicide bomber to carry out the first explosion in Haret Hreik targeting Hezbollah politburo. However, the bomber, Qutaiba al-Satem,  did not hit the target in January 2, 2014.

The second booby-trapped car that stormed Haret Hreik in January 21, 2014 was handed at Khasheqje mosque in Beirut to the Syrian bomber,  "Abu Hasan", who also failed to strike Hezbollah politburo in the area.