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British newspaper: Hariri's resignation is not as it seems!

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Post by rocky Fri 10 Nov 2017, 2:15 am

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[rtl]British Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri has resigned from the post of Lebanese prime minister, saying he was "not as it seems," the British newspaper The Independent reported Friday.[/rtl]
[rtl]Robert Fisk wrote an article entitled "The resignation of Saad Hariri from the Lebanese presidency is not as it seems."[/rtl]
[rtl]Fisk says that the outgoing Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri did not personally expect his resignation in this way, stressing that prior to his departure to the Saudi capital, Riyadh had planned several interviews with World Bank and IMF officials as well as several meetings on improving the quality of drinking water in the country.[/rtl]
[rtl]These things will not of course be on the list of political priorities he wants and even plans to announce his resignation within days, he added.[/rtl]
[rtl]Fisk confirms that when the Hariri plane landed in Riyadh, the first thing he saw was a large number of policemen surrounding the plane and when they boarded the first thing they did was confiscate the mobile phone and all the communication equipment in the possession of his guards and his companions, and so Hariri was silenced,.[/rtl]
[rtl]Fisk lamented what is happening in Saudi Arabia, saying that the situation there is dramatic, where the authorities arrested 11 emirs, including prominent princes such as Walid bin Talal and Mutab bin Abdullah, as well as four ministers and a large number of former officials and authorities have frozen about 1,700 bank account.[/rtl]
[rtl]Fisk claims that the night of decisiveness for Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman began early as soon as Saad Hariri arrived in Riyadh and then asked what the prince wanted..[/rtl]
[rtl]Fisk adds that Bin Salman wanted the Hariri government to undermine the Lebanese government and to overthrow Hezbollah and then start a new civil war in Lebanon. But Fisk said that would not work, he said, "because the Lebanese, though less rich than the Saudis, Every political group in the country, including Hezbollah, demands only one thing: the return of Hariri from Saudi Arabia.[/rtl]
[rtl]Then, Fisk returns to focus on how the outgoing Lebanese prime minister went to Riyadh, saying that Hariri had received a phone call from Riyadh to summon him urgently to meet King Salman. Since Saad Hariri, like his late father Rafik Hariri, had Saudi nationality in addition to Lebanese nationality, To reject the King's request to meet you even if I had met him only a few days ago.[/rtl]
[rtl]"If the man returned to Beirut, he would have left his wife and children hostage in Riyadh," Fisk concludes. "After a week of this sitcom, there are demands in Beirut that his eldest brother, Baha Hariri, Lebanon.[/rtl]
 

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