Lieberman did not rule out Mossad implication in Zouari assassination
The Israeli Army Minister Avigdor Lieberman did not deny in a press statement on Tuesday evening the implication of Mossad in the assassination of Tunisian engineer Mohamed Zouari in Tunis.
He said “If someone was killed… in Tunis, I assume he was not nominated for a Noble Peace prize,” referring to whether the Mossad was involved in Zouari’s assassination.
“We do the best we know how to do to defend our interests,” he said.
Mohamed Zouari, 49, was shot dead last Thursday outside his home, a road from Menzel Chaker to Sfax-South, while he was in his car.
The Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas Movement, confirmed on Saturday that Mohammed Zawari, “who was treacherously assassinated by Zionists in Tunisia”, was one of its commanders who supervised the Brigades’ Ababeel drones program.