| 17 May 2021, Monday | النسخة العربية

Updated Arabs’ role in Lebanon

A well-known Lebanese writer tweets: It seems that Lebanese President Michel Aoun did not receive news of the Iraqi prime minister’s visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during Saudi’s special reception for the Iraqi ministerial delegation accompanying this high-ranking Iraqi official.

And the Arab message is that the gateway to the Gulf is open to every Arab leader who wants his country to be in his strategic location, and Saudi Arabia is leading the locomotive of Arab action to save Iraq from the clutches of the Iranian occupation.

Baghdad is not in better condition than Beirut, which is suffering from Iranian hegemony as a result of  of Hezbollah presence in all  joints of the state, and obstructing all Lebanese Republic activities

Iran relies on Hezbollah to perform the tasks entrusted to it to thwart any popular movement in Lebanon, and this was obvious  during the Lebanese uprising, by sending its thugs and “shabiha” in order to frighten people demanding Lebanon’s sovereignty

Lebanon today, in light of its crises, needs the Arabs, and Aoun himself sent recently an invitation to the Saudi ambassador to visit him in Baabda, which is clear evidence of the Beirut’s authority thirst for help

But it is difficult for Arabs, especially Saudi Arabia, to help a country controlled by Hezbollah, this cab’t be right , and will not give any result, for any help at the present time from the Arabs will be in the hands of Hezbollah and Iran

In Lebanon today, there is the dilemma of forming a government, and it is noticeable that there is a common Arab position, demanding Lebanon to form a new government that raises Lebanon’s interests and leaves Hezbollah aside while awaiting for the disarmament of its illegal weapons.

And any upcoming government in Lebanon, if formed, must work to neutralize Hezbollah from all sorts of control over the country, because Hezbollah always appear through  parallel economy and shady and illegal business.

The Arabs suffer greatly from the actions of Hezbollah, as Hezbollah trains the terrorist Houthi in Yemen, and even encourages them to threaten the Arab Gulf states, and the party inside Lebanon provides the Houthi media platforms in Beirut with all support to launch a condemned terrorist media speech

Even the countries of the Maghreb have taken a negative stance on Lebanon, as a result of Hezbollah and its terrorist interventions, and the Kingdom of Morocco, which cut off its ties with Iran, accused Hezbollah in Lebanon of being a major supporter of the separatist Polisario Front.

when will the Lebanese politicians understand  that Hezbollah is not a political component, and that it is a militia believes in murder and illegal weapons and tries to be present in any structure of the state in Lebanon to implement the Iranian project?