SAWT BEIRUT INTERNATIONAL

| 26 September 2022, Monday |

Sawt Beirut International’s News Bulletin – Jan. 17, 2022

Iran’s objective is to demolish and destroy Lebanon and the region!

What does Iran want to gain from Lebanon and the region? And when will its all-encompassing integrated system, which only produces ruin and destruction, come to an end? After three months of boycotting the government, the Amal movement and Hezbollah realized that the socioeconomic situation was no longer sustainable and that the deteriorating conditions truly necessitate to convene.

What is the true cause of the late decision taken? And why did Hezbollah and Amal wait until this moment to understand that the issue had gotten out of control? Of course, no one can believe or defend the duo’s claims. The decision of the duo is mainly for the Yellow Party and not for the Amal movement. It is clear that the party’s acceptance of returning to the cabinet table is linked to factors related to the party’s domestic situation, and most importantly to developments in the region, which proves once again that the party’s decision is not made in Lebanon, but with the Guardian Jurist that deals with Lebanon as a card in his hand, using it and even manipulating it in his negotiations with countries in the region and the world.

The situation in the region is not much better. The Houthis, who are withdrawing on numerous fronts in Yemen, fueled their rage by detonating a bomb for the first time in the UAE. The well-planned military effort has a clear goal: to convey an Iranian message to the UAE following the Houthi militia’s devastating losses in the Yemeni war.

This implies that Iran isn’t afraid to turn any country or region into a battleground for settling scores and directing messages. As a result, the Iranian regime is an aggressive dictatorship that does not respect state sovereignty, people’s security, or regional stability. It is a regime that threatens peace from Lebanon to Yemen, via Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. Will the international community act, not just give empty speeches, before it is too late?

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