Self-defense or willful killing? … The full story of the murder of Villa Nancy Ajram


The case of the murder of the young man who was accused of storming the house of Lebanese actress Nancy Ajram on January 4, is still up to date with the latest developments in the case, which has not yet been decided.

On Wednesday, the Appeal Public Prosecutor of Mount Lebanon, Judge Ghada Aoun, claimed Ali Fadi Al-Hashem, the husband of the actress Nancy Ajram, for “intentional killing”.
According to the Lebanese National Media Agency, The judge based her claim on articles 547 and 229 From the Lebanese Penal Code, and referred the file to the first investigating judge in Mount Lebanon, Nicolas Mansour.

“Armed robbery”

On January 4, the National Information Agency in Lebanon announced the killing of a Syrian “thief” born in 1989 who tried to steal the villa of Nancy Ajram in the New Sahel Kesrouan area in the capital Beirut during an exchange of fire between him and the artist’s husband, Dr. Fadi Al Hashim.

The agency stated that the dead man was named as Hassan Hassan Al-Musa, and that he entered at dawn on Sunday, masked to the artist’s villa with the intention of stealing, but he was surprised by her husband Fadi Al-Hashem, with his pistol in his face, and there was an exchange of fire between them, which resulted in the killing of the thief immediately.

Lebanese media published a video clip documenting the young man’s entry into the house, armed, before Al-Hashim noticed him, and killed him with a pistol he was in possession of.

Fadi Al-Hashem, the husband of the actress Nancy Ajram, revealed that Details of the incidentAnd, during his interrogation by showing a video showing the movements and threats of the thief, he said, “The thief sneaked into the house and tried to steal some things and tried to stop it.”

Al-Hashem added, “When I confronted him, he threatened me and raised the weapon and tried to keep him away, and he insisted on blackmailing me and giving him some money, and he wanted to steal jewelry and gold, but I refused.”

Fadi Al-Hashem explained that:

“The thief decided to storm the children’s room and at this moment I felt crazy, which led me to pounce on him and shoot him towards him after he threatened me to kill my daughters.”

However, photos circulating about what was described as a special “forensic report”, which could not be independently confirmed, sparked a controversy over the method of killing, which prompted some to question Fadi’s account.

If the report says that the dead “Mohamed Hassan Al-Mousa” was hit by 17 or 18 bullets in different parts of his body, explaining that “one shot was in the right forearm, two shots in the left shoulder, one fourth under the left armpit, 3 in the chest, and two in the abdomen, and 7 Shots on the back of the body and on the back, and a shot in the left thigh. “

Which the general manager described For the Syrian Forensic AuthorityIn an interview with the Syrian newspaper “Al-Watan”, that it is “a random, absurd, and not a professional report, and only a novice doctor writes in this field.” He explained that one of the weaknesses in the report was that he did not mention the characteristics of the victim from afar or from a relative such as his length, structure, color of his eyes and hair This is one of the priorities of the forensic medicine work.

The story of the dead family ..

Both the mother and wife of the dead man questioned the version of the incidentThe wife of the dead man revealed The last meeting with her husband, Mohammed Al-Mousa, before he went to the villa he was killed in.

“He came to me and told me that he was going to get his money from people who stole it from him,” Fatima said in an interview with the media.

She added, “I noticed that he was completely dressed in black and with black pants … then he left me and left and went to Villa Nancy.”

And she continued: “We were not suffering from any financial problems … He was working for an oil company and was fired from it, then he worked with several jobs and ended up working at Villa Nancy before he was killed.”

On the other hand, the Syrian media quoted the mother of the deceased as saying that “the footage taken by the surveillance cameras of the accident is fabricated, and there are attempts to cover up what happened.”

Muhammad’s mother said, in an interview with “Russia Today Online” that “the Syrian blood has become cheap,” stressing that the person who appeared in the rolling video is not her son.

Musas mother disputed the Lebanese artist’s account that her son entered the villa with the intention of stealing, and confirmed:

“It is not my son who appeared in the recording, it is a clip they wrote, took, produced and produced.”

She continued: “Whoever shoots shoots a bullet or two, but forensic medicine showed what he said, there is more than one shot in the back of my son, meaning two technicians as if he does not know he is holding a weapon.”

Willful killing or self-defense?

The case witnessed a mixed momentum and division among social media users among those who question the novel about the robbery, accusing the artist and her husband of “buying the judiciary with money and lights.”

While some supported the actress Nancy Ajram, when they launched the tag “We are all alone” Nancy, skeptical about the story of the dead family and adhering to the narration that is conveyed by the Lebanese artist.

Among the supporters of the artist were a number of Arab artists, considering what the artist and her husband are subjected to a campaign of “defamation and slander” against the artist and her husband.

But the Syrian artist, Sulafa Fawakherji, was with the other side of the issue, and published a picture showing the artist Nancy and her family, and in return the dead Muhammad al-Musa and his two children, expressing sympathy for the dead man and his family and demanded the Lebanese judiciary to conduct a fair and fair trial.

In the latest development of the events of the case, Judge Ghada Aoun explained, Which issued the accusation of murder against Nancy Ajram’s husband, Fadi Al-Hashem, her decision by saying: “Review the two articles to learn everything about the accusation. I have charged Dr. Fadi Al-Hashem with murder under Article 573 of the Penal Code, but is curious about Article 229.”

Article 573 of the Lebanese Penal Code states that: “Anyone who threatens another with a weapon is punished with detention for a period not exceeding six months, and the penalty ranges from two months to a year if the weapon was a firearm and was used by the perpetrator.”

As for Article 229 of the Lebanese Penal Code, it stipulates that: “The perpetrator shall not be punished for an act that necessitated by him until he pushed himself, or another person, or his property, or the property of others, a grave and imminent danger that he did not intend to cause, provided that the act is proportionate With danger. “

Al-Hashem’s lawyer, Gabi Germanus, in turn, commented on the charge of “intentional murder” to his client, saying:

“We were not surprised by the current claim against Dr. Fadi Al-Hashem, because the natural course turns the file into the first investigating judge in Mount Lebanon, with our assurance that the investigating judge will issue a decision considering what Dr. Fadi Al-Hashem did in a legitimate self-defense.”

The lawyer continued: “It is normal for the prosecution to conduct the case and transfer the file to the first investigating judge in Baabda who will in turn follow up the investigations, and all the statements made by Dr. Al-Hashem will be validated and Dr. Al-Hashem’s act of legitimate defense will be described according to what is stipulated in the Lebanese Penal Code.”


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