Hezbollah, the Iranian statelet within the Lebanese state, affirm its position that neither law nor the state may prevent it from conducting any activity that serves its Iranian agenda, despite the fact that the Lebanese Ministry of Interior prohibited holding two conferences scheduled for Friday and Monday in Al-Saha Hotel, at the Airport Road.
“Al-Wefaq Association” which is banned in Bahrain, proceeded to challenge the Lebanese authorities by setting two new dates for holding the conference on February 14th and 15th, with the venue changed to the “Resalat Theater”, near the Kuwaiti embassy in Ghobeiry.
The Ministry of Interior moved again, but the militia continued to challenge the authority. This is Hezbollah, an Iranian militia that does what it wants to prove by practice that the state has no authority in its places of control.
The real disrespect appeared when MP Hassan Fadlallah announced that the Minister of Interior knew that the Resalat Theater belongs to Hezbollah, as if Ghobeiry region is outside Lebanon, and perhaps it is in Iran.
Does Hezbollah know the repercussions of this challenge? Perhaps yes, but neither Lebanon nor its crises are among the priorities of the party, but rather in the interest of Iran and its militias in Lebanon.
Lebanon today is facing a new challenge, so either our Lebanon or we welcome to Wilayat al-Faqih.