"Of course I am not satisfied with the verdict of the tribunal. This is a joke and we are not satisfied. We only believe in God and we don't believe in anyone else. All those who are on the ground are liars."
5. Various of traffic where former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri was assassinated in 2005
"We are not happy with the judgment of the international tribunal. It is known who killed Rafik Hariri and who took the decision and who carried out (the assassination) in Lebanon. This has been known for 15 years, since the first days after the assassination."
Supporters of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri in Beirut said Tuesday that they were not satisfied with the U.N.-backed tribunal verdict that convicted one member of the Hezbollah militant group and acquitted three others in the 2005 assassination of the former Prime Minister.
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon said Salim Ayyash was guilty as a co-conspirator of five charges linked to his involvement in the suicide truck bombing.
However, after a years-long investigation and trial, three other Hezbollah members were acquitted of all charges that they also were involved in the killing of Hariri, which sent shock waves through the Mideast.
None of the suspects were ever arrested and were not in court to hear the verdicts.
The tribunal's judges also said there was no evidence that the leadership of the Hezbollah militant group and Syria were involved in the attack.
Hariri's son, Saad, himself a former Lebanese premier, said outside the court that the family accepts the verdicts.