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Profiles of Hezbollah suspects in Hariri killing

BEIRUT: The following are profiles of the four Lebanese suspects charged with involvement in the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri by the U.N.-backed Special Tribunal for Lebanon. 

Mustafa Amine Badreddine

Also known as “Mustafa Youssef Badreddine,” “Sami Issa” and “Elias Fouad Saab,” was born on Apr. 9, 1961, in al-Ghobeiry, Beirut, Lebanon.  He is the son of Amine Badreddine and Fatima Jezeini. His precise address is not known, though he has been associated with the property of Khalil al-Raii, Abdallah al-Hajj Street, al-Ghobeiry, in south Beirut and the Al-Jinan Building, al-Odaimi Street, Haret Hreik, in Beirut.  He is a citizen of Lebanon. His Lebanese civil registration number is 3411Al-Ghobeiry.

Badreddine is charged with conspiracy aimed at committing a terrorist act, committing a terrorist act by means of an explosive device, intentional homicide of Hariri with premeditation by using explosive materials, intentional homicide (of 21 persons in addition to the Intentional Homicide of Hariri) with premeditation by using explosive materials, and attempted intentional homicide (of 231 persons in addition to the intentional homicide of Hariri) with premeditation by using explosive materials.

 

Salim Jamil Ayyash

Born on Nov. 10, 1963, in Harouf, Lebanon. He is the son of Jamil Dakhil Ayyash and Mahasen Issa Salameh. He has resided inter alia at al-Jamous Street, Tabajah building, Hadath, in south Beirut and at the Ayyash family compound in Harouf, Nabatiyeh, in south Lebanon. He is a citizen of Lebanon.

His Lebanese civil registration is 197IHarouf, his Hajj passport number is 059386, and his social security number is 63/690790. Ayyash  is charged with conspiracy aimed at committing a terrorist act, committing a terrorist act by means of an explosive device, intentional Homicide of Hariri with premeditation by using explosive materials, intentional homicide (of 21 persons in addition to the intentional homicide of Hariri) with premeditation by using explosive materials, and attempted intentional homicide (of 231 persons in addition to the intentional homicide of Hariri) with premeditation by using explosive materials.

Hussein Hassan Oneissi

Also known as “Hussein Hassan Issa”  was born on Feb. 11, 1974, in Beirut, Lebanon. He is the son of Hassan Oneissi, also known as “Hassan Issa” and Fatima Darwish. He has resided in the Ahmad Abbas Building, at al-Jamous St, near the Lycee des Arts, in Hadath, south Beirut. He is a citizen of Lebanon. His Lebanese civil registration is 7/Shahour. Oneissi is charged with conspiracy aimed at committing a terrorist act, and being an accomplice to the felony of committing a terrorist act by means of an explosive device, being an accomplice to the felony of intentional homicide of Hariri with premeditation by using explosive materials, being an accomplice to the felony of intentional homicide (of 21 persons in addition to the Intentional Homicide of Hariri) with premeditation by using explosive materials; and being an accomplice to the felony of attempted intentional homicide (of 231 persons in addition to the Intentional Homicide of Hariri) with premeditation by using explosive materials.

Assad Hassan Sabra

Born on Oct. 15, 1976, in Beirut, Lebanon. He is the son of Hassan Tahan Sabra and Leila Saleh. He has resided at apartment 2, 4th floor, Building 28, Rue 58, in Hadath 3, south Beirut, also described as St. Therese Street, Hadath, in south Beirut. He is a citizen of Lebanon. His Lebanese civil registration is 1339/Zqaq AI-Blat. Sabra is charged with conspiracy aimed at committing a terrorist act, being an accomplice to the felony of committing a terrorist act by means of an explosive device, being an accomplice to the felony of intentional homicide of Hariri with premeditation by using explosive materials, being an accomplice to the felony of intentional homicide (of 21 persons in addition to the intentional homicide of Hariri) with premeditation by using explosive materials, being an accomplice to the felony of attempted intentional homicide (of 231 persons in addition to the Intentional Homicide of Hariri) with premeditation by using explosive materials.

 

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