| 28 May 2024, Tuesday |

“Sawt Beirut International” news bulletin for Tuseday 14 September 2021

A brief of today’s news bulletin:

-Nasrallah, the diesel seller?
-The strong covenant… in the void!
-Saudi lingering towards the government

Hezbollah is completing its plan to eliminate what remains of the state.
In the era of cowardly, surrendering rulers and irresponsible officials, anything is possible.
At the beginning, the party was content with confiscating the strategic decision, which means the decision of war and peace.
This was evident in July 2006 war, which brought woes to Lebanon. Then the party moved to confiscate the security decision by invading Beirut and other areas on May 7, 2008.

After it got what it wanted, the party moved to confiscate the political decision, which was evident in January 2011 when it turned against the government of Saad Hariri and imposed the government of Najib Mikati. The situation was repeated between 2014 and 2016, when the party prevented the election of a president of the republic, in order to be able to deliver its only candidate to the presidency of the republic, Michel Aoun.

Today, Hezbollah is completing what it started, extending its long and capable hand to the economic issue by starting with the distribution of fuel, such as petrol and diesel, to institutions and then to individuals. Whoever listened yesterday to Hassan Nasrallah, thinks he is the President of the Republic of Lebanon, or the Prime Minister, or both! He talked about how to import fuels, and the mechanism of its distribution, that is, how it will be distributed and to whom. Nasrallah did not fail to confirm that Al-Amanah Company is the one that will handle the distribution of fuel, because, as he said, it is placed on the list of sanctions! Thus, the Secretary-General of Hezbollah imposed his decision on the state without looking behind it.

The most dangerous thing is that we did not hear a single word of objection from the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister, or the competent ministers. ​Has the republic become in the hands of Hezbollah?
Poor Lebanon!

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