Beirut, Lebanon (CNN) — A radical Sunni group has claimed responsibility for bombings that killed nearly two dozen people outside the Iranian Embassy in southern Beirut.
The Abdullah Azzam Brigades said the dual suicide blasts were "carried out by two heroes from the Sunni people of Lebanon." The al Qaeda-linked group is based in southern Lebanon.
"We warn Hezbollah that these attacks will continue until two objectives are met: first, the pullout of all fighters of Iran's party (Hezbollah) from Syria, and secondly, the release of all of our prisoners from the dungeons of tyranny in Lebanon," the group said.
At least 23 people were killed and 146 injured Tuesday in the twin bombings in front of the embassy, the Lebanese Health Ministry said. (Continue Reading.)
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
At Least 23 Killed by Sunni Suicide Bombers in Beirut
Maybe the U.S. Government will arm and train the Sunni terrorists in Lebanon, after it finishes arming and training the Sunni terrorists in Syria.