We should be clear on at least one crucial point: PM Hariri has no plan to use his new US military equipment to launch a war against Hezbollah, nor will he engage in an effort to stop this terror army from moving in and out of Syria.
The protesters assembled hundreds of yards from the embassy to burn an effigy of Trump, as well as American and Israeli flags together with piles of trash, sending thick smoke into the air.
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Israel's prime minister expressed readiness to discuss Assad's demands but underscored the condition that Iran and Hezbollah, must be removed from Syria.
The bullet hit the hood of the car.
Lebanon's President Michel Aoun asked Hariri to suspend his resignation in order to allow for "dialogue."
Both Macron and el-Sissi have been engaged in efforts to put the resigned PM back in power in Lebanon.
“We only sent Kornet missiles to the Gaza Strip while in Syria we're fighting with our weapons.”
Netanyahu says he and Macron will meet to talk about "ideas to stabilize the situation in Lebanon."
"I will participate in the celebrations for our independence and it is there that I will make known my position..."
"Will Hamas indeed disengage from Iran, and from terrorism?"
France wants to keep Israel up-to-speed with developments in Lebanon.
Unless something dramatic happens, King Salman will announce Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as the new king.
"In this matter [of Iran] there is complete agreement between us and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia."
Even Hezbollah has called on Hariri to return; his flight from the country threw Lebanon into a political crisis that has paralyzed the government.
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"We cannot continue in Lebanon in a situation where Iran interferes in all Arab countries, and there's a political faction that interferes along with it."
Hezbollah lawmakers called on Saudi Arabia to stop interfering in Lebanese affairs.
Riyadh also says Lebanon appears to be declaring war on Saudi Arabia via aggression by Iran's proxy, Hezbollah.
Saudi Arabia has promised its ally, the United States, it will fight Iran's attempts to create chaos in the region.
The new campaign will "meet the appeal of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary General of Hezbollah."
"The United Nations remains committed to supporting the security, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Lebanon."
Bahrain is warning its citizens to leave Lebanon "for their own safety and to avoid any dangers they might encounter.
"Lebanon = Hezbollah. Hezbollah = Iran. Lebanon = Iran," Liberman added. "Iran is a danger to the world. Saad Hariri proved this today."