A security gap in the streets of Lebanon…an assassination puts these people under surveillance

Talk about the discovery of a cell involved in the Israeli enemy’s assassination of the leader of the Hamas movement, Hadi Mustafa, during this month cannot be considered ordinary news that will go unnoticed.

The data associated with the cell is not fleeting, as talk about employing “boys” as part of the operation to monitor Mustafa is considered a dangerous indicator that cannot be overlooked at all and reveals very serious security gaps, according to concerned circles. So what does it all mean? What are the security signals that should be observed?

It says information “Lebanon 24” Investigations conducted with the two Syrian children who were arrested revealed that financial seduction was the main factor that pushed them towards planting a tracking device in the car of Hamas leader Hadi Mustafa inside the Rashidiya camp. For reference, the two Syrian boys were practicing the activity of selling tissue bags, which means that they were street vendors, and they were given a small sum of money in Lebanese pounds, which was said to have reached one million pounds for each of them.

In practice, for Israel to use boys to perform an intelligence role, taking advantage of “material need,” represents a dangerous element during the current battle. In practice, the various streets and areas are full of “poor boys,” and therefore resorting to considering them as a “security eye” constitutes a major violation, considering that the possibility of recruiting poor children is not a difficult matter in exchange for a large financial reward.

The deeper danger lies not only here, but also extends to an “uncontrolled” group of people, and is linked to “Al-Nour” who are suspected of being involved in security operations that may be linked to the assassinations that took place. Regarding the assassination of Mustafa, it turned out that the main operator of the Syrian boys was from “Al-Nour” called Hassan Fayyad, which opens the door to questions about the security role of members of that group spread in various regions in the form of “hotbeds,” some of which are said to contain weapons, according to What security sources reveal to…“Lebanon 24”.

In addition, the tracking and monitoring operation that took place against “Al-Nouri” was not the first of its kind, as the sources say that “the security services were monitoring Al-Nouri’s gatherings in more than one region, and security surveys regarding them increased after a series of assassinations that occurred, the most prominent of which were those that targeted Basil Al-Saleh in the town of Jadra, which includes crowds of lights.”

These data reveal two security loopholes: the first is related to the employment of children and boys, which could pave the way for targeting any other person, whether in the south or elsewhere, while the second is related to groups that already have suspicious activities, such as “Al-Nour.” Regarding the two loopholes, there is great concern that the breach committed through them will be very large. If the content of the Rashidiya cell’s activity is examined, what will become completely clear is that the type of intelligence work that was taking place reveals that the breach comes from parties close to the targeted person or with knowledge of him. If the matter of those involved in the assassination of Mustafa was revealed…what about the rest of the assassinations? Who planted tracking devices in the cars that were bombed?

All hypotheses are based on the assassination incidents that took place, while sources concerned with military affairs say that the Rashidieh cell file could pave the way for fears that the entire streets of Lebanon will be breached if recruitment for “street vendors” continues in this way, and they add: “All matters are on the table.” “Nothing can be ruled out, as the security battle is raging and the existing breach is not easy at all.”


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