Akram sent me this: "The assassination of Wissam Al-hassan, the head of the information branch in Lebanon, has been turned into a circus of accusations on TVs launched by the bogus politicians of 14 of March against the Syrian regime while few from the opposite camp pointed their fingers directly to Israel. It was interesting to watch the populist politician Wiam Wahhab describing the strategic relationship between Wissam Al-hassan and the Syrian regime. The Lebanese PM Elie Firzli put the assassination of Al-hassan in the context of the new arrangements between the United-States and Russia, the region will witness in the coming period adding that these arrangements require some powers to suffer some decline of their roles and some figures to disappear from the scene.
This is one of the few times that I find myself in favor with Elie Firzli’s point of views. But I would like to add this: If you really want to know who killed Wissam Al-hassan, Ask Charles Ayoub who paid him for the fierce campaign he is launching against Wissam Al-hassan in his “newspaper”, Al-Dyyar. Something similar happened in the days before the assassination of Rafiq Al-harriri in February 2005 and Charles Ayoub was playing the same role."