A brief of today’s news bulletin:
Once again, Hassan Nasrallah decided to wage an all-out war against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
How, and why? No one in Lebanon knows. But in Iran there are those who know, he is Iran’s al-Wali al-Faqih. So, didn’t Nasrallah ever say that he was a small soldier in his army? Therefore, the order to attack Saudi Arabia and offend its monarch came directly from Iran, specifically from Khamenei.
Once again, Hassan Nasrallah puts Lebanon’s Arab and Gulf relations at risk, even grave danger. Basically, he neither cares about these relations, nor wants it, as he believes only in Iran, an ally and friend of Lebanon.
Nasrallah wants to shred Lebanon of all its Arab and Gulf relations for one single goal: to isolate Lebanon and the Lebanese and throw them once and for all into the Iranian embrace, even in the clutches of the so-called axis of opposition.
What will Lebanon’s sovereign politicians do to confront the infernal scheme of Iran and its arm in Lebanon, Hezbollah? Will they vacate the arena and leave the Islamic Republic of Iran turn the Lebanese Republic into an affiliated republic that executes what al-Wali al-Faqih plans and wants?
The question is drawn by all politicians, and by Prime Minister Najib Mikati. It is not enough for Mikati to make statements against what Hassan Nasrallah said about Saudi Arabia, but he must take a position by calling the Cabinet to convene, so that Lebanon does not remain hostage to the Shiite duo, and effectively hostage to Iran.
Will Mikati dare to take this step, and become a statesman for at least once?