Swedish-Lebanese Terror Suspect Explains Himself

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“I am 100 percent not guilty in the terror crimes, I am accused of,” says Atris Hussein, who was last week arrested in Bangkok suspected of preparing to carry out a terrorist attack in Thailand.

In an interview with the Bangkok based Swedish report Jan Kallman of the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet, who visited him in prison, the 47 year old Hussein says he became a Swedish citizen in 1994. But in 2005, he and his family moved back to Lebanon where he has lived since.

He claims the chemical ingredients that was found in the house that could be used to make bombs was placed there by the Israeli secret service Mossad.

“Much of the material police found in my store had been placed there, probably by the Israeli secret service Mossad,” said Atris Hussein to Aftonbladet’s reporter Jan Kallman.

Read more: scandasia.com


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