Monday, November 20, 2017

Saudi Puppet Hariri’s Resignation to Fuel War in Syria and Beyond

The saga of Lebanese Prime Minister, Saad Hariri,—still current according to Lebanon, which refuses to accept his resignation—or is it ex-Lebanese PM—according to his masters in Saudi Arabia— is becoming more and more intriguing by the day. Hariri is currently in France after rumors abounded he was being held in Saudi Arabia against his will, although he insists he is a free man and will “make known my position” on a promised imminent return to Lebanon.

Lebanon awaits patiently his return, shocked by the Saudi forced resignation and the accusations leveled against it by both Hariri and the Saudi rulers. The Saudi regime threatens to destabilize Lebanon in pursuit of its ambitions to weaken Iran which it sees as an obstacle to its domination of the Middle East. It has financed and armed terrorists from around the world to descend on Syria and wage a bloody sectarian war on Syrians, demanding that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad step down as president, or be killed by their terrorist proxies.

Who would have thought such a simple event as a resignation could be the precursor to one of a number of major regional upheavals, from the great Mohammad bin Salman purge in Saudi Arabia, to mutual accusations from Lebanon and Saudi Arabia that... Continue reading:

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