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Lebanon's most wanted blows himself up

Jawar is part of the Sunni lynch mob in Syria that is being backed by Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the US State Department. He is also one of the “most wanted terrorists” in Lebanon.

Apparently he was conducting a classes on how to kill Syrian soldiers with improvised explosives. He died when he blew himself up.

Jawar has been implicated in the murder of a Lebanese general, a major in the Lebanese intelligence agency, and member of parliament. He has also been implicated in attacks on US troops in Iraq.

His death is drawing attention to the kind of nefarious people the US State Department is actually supporting in Syria.

From Time Magazine…

When one of Lebanon’s most wanted terrorists kills himself while planting a bomb it is cause for at least some sort of grim celebration. But when the chief bomb-maker of the country’s most notorious terror group self detonates while helping rebels fight in Syria, it is cause for concern.

TIME has learned that Abdel Ghani Jawhar, one of the leaders of the Sunni fundamentalist terror group Fatah al-Islam, died in the Syrian city of Qsair on Friday night. The founding cleric of Fatah al Islam, Sheikh Osama al Shihabi, confirmed Jawhar’s death to TIME with a quote from the Koran: “‘We are for God and to him we return.’ We as Mujahideen are used to being killed and if God wants to give those killed dignity he gives them martyrdom. This is the path of righteousness.”

According to Abu Ali and another fellow fighter, Jawhar arrived in Qsair two weeks ago with a group of 30 Lebanese fighters. While many were members of Fatah al-Islam, they were not traveling under the terror group’s banner. Instead they called themselves mujahideen, holy warriors seeking to help fellow Muslims under attack by the Syrian regime. Jawhar, an explosives expert and a charismatic commander, sought to train fellow fighters how make bombs. In the short time he had been in Qsair, says Abu Ali, he was able to set up dozens of improvised explosive devices destined for members of the Syrian security forces. “His aim was to make a tour in all the districts of Syria to teach the fighters on how to fight a guerrilla war.”