(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Thailand Deputy Prime Minister General Yuthasak Sasiprapha, in charge of security affairs, told the House of Representatives Friday that the explosions had been caused by bombs were not from Lebanon where Hizbullah is based.
Clarifying that the explosions were intended to kill individuals, not a large group of people, he said that the authorities were still waiting for verifications.
"The components of the bombs are not of the same type as the ones made by Hizbullah," said Yuthasak, who was previously defense minister.
Foreign Minister Surapong Towichukchaikul also said Friday that the men behind the blasts had no links to Hizbullah as "they are not of the same nationality."
He further dismissed any connection between the blasts in Bangkok and the attacks earlier this week in India and Georgia, which were allegedly meant to target "Israeli" diplomats.
During his last speech commemorating the martyrdom of the Islamic Resistance leaders, Hizbullah Secretary General His Eminence Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah denied allegations that the bombings against "Israeli" embassies in India, Georgia, and Bangkok, were Hizbullah made, assuring "I am confident that these bombings have nothing to do with us in Hizbullah.
"The "Israeli" understands where our revenge is. It is not in the recruits or "Israeli" diplomats. It is humiliating for Hizbullah to avenge its great leader by killing ordinary "Israelis"."
"We tell them to stay wait because as long as there is blood in the veins of one of us, we would one day avenge for Leader Imad Mughniyeh supervisor and between a close not respected revenge and a decent noble one, we prefer the second," Sayyed Nasrallah confirmed.