Don’t Call Me, I’ll Call You

The German magazine Der Spiegel has revealed that the International Tribunal looking into the assassination of Lebanon Prime Minister Rafik Hariri in 2005 has received information from an unnamed source that connects a cell phone used in the assassination to a man named Abd-al-Majid Ghamlush, a member of Hezbollah, and thus to Syria. All cell phones used in the attack were destroyed immediately after the assassination, but Ghamlush made the mistake of calling his girlfriend before destroying his, and he has as a consequence mysteriously disappeared.



Tribunal International knows

But somehow cannot find

The evidence that daily grows

(Perhaps they do not mind)

That some who live in Syria

With Hezbollahan pals

Did something, (I won’t weary ya

With relevant detals)

That kinda sorta looks a lot

Like murder cruel and foul

But uncrossed t’s and i’s sans dot

Prevent them acting now

But Spiegel now has spilled the beans

On one Majid Ghamlush

Whose cell phone call was just the means

To make him sort of shush

For he has disappeared I fear

From his home town of Rumin

And we shall never ever hear

From him I am assumin’

In Syria they smile and say

We don’t know naught what happen

We weren’t there that awful day

In fact we were home nappin’

Meanwhile the boss Assad sits tight

(He loved Rafik Hariri)

And says these killings are not right

And questions make him weary



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