At a time when the Lebanese youth are striving to find a glimmer of hope in order to continue their life as human beings that have rights and duties, and at a time when the Gulf countries have opened their doors for the Lebanese to work, Hezbollah continues to attack the Gulf countries.
Hezbollah’s latest attempts to strike the fate of the Lebanese who work in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries, was conducted by the Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah, who described the Lebanese expatriates who work on their lands as hostages.
In this context we ask, how many times has Saudi Arabia threatened to expel the Lebanese, and are they really hostages?
It is not Nasrallah’s first attempt to strike what remains of the relations between the Lebanese and Saudi peoples, and it will not be the last. What is the fate of the Lebanese residing on its lands?
The Lebanese are well aware that they are the hostages of Hezbollah by the force of its weapons, after it undermined the state and took control of its institutions. So we ask Nasrallah, who is the terrorist?