Wednesday, April 17, 2019


Ashraf Safieddine, the Beirut attorney accused of providing legal services for Hezbollah in a recent US District Court case filed against eleven Lebanese banks, has moved to intervene in the case, to have that allegation stricken; he denies ever assisting Hezbollah in any way, and advises that he actually opposes the influence of the Specially Designated Global Terrorist organization.

As this blog always provides all relevant viewpoints in any major issue, we are appending to this story important sections from Mr. Safieddine's Proposed Intervenor Achraf Safieddine's Memorandum of Law in Support of his Motion for Limited Intervention. His attorneys have accurately framed the issues, and presented facts to rebut the allegations. His motion has been opposed by the attorneys for the Plaintiffs.

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