Top Hizbullah Terrorist Leader Killed in Damascus Bombing

Rest in pieces, murderous barbarian. From Fox News:

Imad Mughniyeh, the militant accused of attacks that left hundreds of Americans and Israelis dead, including a U.S. Navy diver during the infamous 1985 hijacking of a TWA jetliner, has been killed, Hezbollah said Wednesday.

The militant group blamed Israel for the assassination — a charge the Jewish state denied — but it did not say how he died. However, Middle East media reported he was killed in a recent car bomb in Syria.

His killing is a major blow to Hezbollah, which fought Israel in the summer 2006 war in Lebanon, and its Iranian and Syrian backers.

From Top Hizbullah Terrorist Leader Killed in Damascus Bombing via Daily Alert:

Hizbullah says one of its leaders, Imad Mughniyeh, has been killed in a bombing in Damascus. Imad Mughniyeh, head of special overseas operations for Hizbullah, was originally a member of Fatah in southern Lebanon and served in Force-17, Arafat’s personal guard. In the 1980s he was responsible for planning the kidnapping of Western hostages in Lebanon and the attacks on the U.S. Embassy and Marine headquarters in Beirut that killed 241 Americans. He planned two bomb attacks in Argentina against the Israeli Embassy and the Jewish Community Center. In 2003 he was involved in attacks against U.S. forces in Iraq. (Daily Alert-1Dec03)

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If there is a definition for the term “the snake’s head,” it is Imad Mughniyah, who started his terrorist activities as a militant with Fatah, and joined Hezbollah afterwards with the establishment of the Shi’ite organization. Imad Mughniyeh first started as head of security for Hizbullah, afterwards leading their operational command, until he reached his current status of “super chief of staff.” Mughniyeh was the number one wanted terrorist on Israel’s list, ahead of Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah.

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