Justice Minister, Ashraf Rifi, said that the indictment decision issued by the Investigating Judge Alaa Khatib in Tripoli’s al-Salam and al-Taqwa bombings is the most important result of struggle and steadfastness, stressing that he shall not give up until justice is realized in all dossiers.

“This means that the era of Syrian custodianship is gone forever, and the Syrian regime’s threats shall not intimidate us,” Minister Rifi said on Friday during a press conference dwelling on the indictment in the case of the 2013 Tripoli’s al-Salam and al-Taqwa twin blasts.

Rifi beseeched the government to “expel the Syrian Ambassador Ali Abdel Karim Ali and cut diplomatic relations with Syria.”

“This is the demand of the martyrs’ families,” he said, hailing the courage manifested by the people of Tripoli who preserved national unity and rejected self security concept.

He also disclosed that the indictment dossier consists of 44 pages, with the existence of some vague details of the case. Rifi also noted that the judicial work is not yet over.

Source: National News Agency

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Justice Minister, Ashraf Rifi, said that the indictment decision issued by the Investigating Judge Alaa Khatib in Tripoli's al-Salam and al-Taqwa bombings is the most important result of struggle and steadfastness, stressing that he shall not give up until justice is realized in all dossiers. 'This means that...