Nasrallah's forgiveness will not be required:
The Military Tribunal acquitted 12 suspects accused of plotting to assassinate Hizbullah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah nearly two years ago, the pan-Arab daily al-Hayat reported Friday.
It said the tribunal's decision came after it didn't find enough evidence of the alleged involvement of the suspects in the murder plot. However, the court sentenced some of the defendants to prison for forming armed gangs, selling weapons to Lebanese citizens and trading in arms.
The night before the above news was leaked, Nasrallah said he forgave them:
In the final moments of the speech, Nasrallah addressed the issue of suspects currently imprisoned for plotting to kill him. “There is a group accused of planning to assassinate me, I forgive them and I will send a written letter to the military court urging that they be released during Ramadan."
A visit to this blog's archives revealed this old post:
The Decapitator was spared an assassination attempt thanks to the watchful eyes of the Lebanese military intelligence, who arrested nine Lebanese and Palestinian would-be assassins after "acting suspiciously" near Hizbullah's headquarters in the southern Beirut district of Haret Horeik... The nine suspects were reportedly planning to blow up the head of God's party on his way to the last day of "national dialogue" on April 28... Thank God the capable men of the Lebanese military intelligence foiled this heinous plot on time and spared Nasrallah a most uncomfortable loin pain. Too bad Rafik Hariri, Samir Kassir, Bassel Fleihan, George Hawi and Gibran Tueni weren't as lucky.