Following the consecutive terrorist attacks launched by the Houthi militias on the UAE and Saudi Arabia, and after the Arab coalition forces confirmed that they had compelling evidence proving the involvement of Hezbollah militia in the war on the Gulf states, the Lebanese spared fears that that latter would drag Lebanon again into a new conflict.
These fears come after the most stifling diplomatic rift in the history of the Lebanese Republic with Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries. So, are we facing new developments in the Lebanese-Gulf crisis, which may extend militarily?
What are the impacts of this tension on the Vienna negotiations?
Iran is using the terrorism card on the table in Vienna, and Hezbollah has the largest share of these attacks. But we always rely on the wisdom of the leadership of the Arab coalition, to avoid Lebanese people more calamities, into which Hezbollah has plunged us to.