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The Washington Post reveals the purpose of Hariri's capture

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The Washington Post reveals the purpose of Hariri's capture Empty The Washington Post reveals the purpose of Hariri's capture

Post by rocky Sat 11 Nov 2017, 4:25 am

The Washington Post reveals the purpose of Hariri's capture


   



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The newspaper "Washington Post" new details of the sequence of events, which ended with the announcement of the Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri for his resignation, saying that what happened in Hariri linked to the campaign against Iran against Riyadh.
In an article published Friday by the paper, David Ignatius, based on Lebanese sources, described the situation as akin to a house arrest in Riyadh, likely in the context of a Saudi pressure campaign against Iran and its Lebanese ally Hezbollah.
Sequence of events .. before resigning
According to the sources, the story began on Monday, October 30, when Hariri traveled to Riyadh to hold a personal meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Prince Mohammed bin Salman, in the presence of Thamer al-Sobhan, his adviser on relations with Arab countries.
The meeting was a good one, according to the Lebanese source. The talk was confirmed by the continued support of Saudi Arabia to Lebanon, despite Hezbollah's dominance of the government headed by Hariri.

He said that Saudi Arabia supports the idea of ​​holding an international conference in Paris to support Lebanon's economy, another meeting in Rome to support his army, and a joint Saudi-Lebanese council to encourage investments.

Hariri reassured his ministers that Lebanon would not be in the circle of targeting Saudi Arabia, despite Prince Mohammed's leaning toward tougher positions on Iran.
Hariri was planning to return to Riyadh to meet with King Salman bin Abdul Aziz on Monday, November 6, but the schedule changed when he received an urgent call from Prince Mohammad's funeral informing him that the prince wanted to meet him on Friday (November 3rd).
The meeting was not held on Friday and Hariri was waiting at his luxurious home in Riyadh, before being summoned around 8 am on Saturday, an early date for meetings in Saudi Arabia, to meet with Prince Mohammed.
Apart from the usual ceremony, Hariri went in two cars, unaccompanied by his own guard, and disappeared completely for several hours, until he appeared on television at around 2 pm to read his resignation statement.
It is interesting that he used the justification to resign a hostile tone towards Iran unusual, nor did he consult any of his usual letter of speech.

After the announcement of resignation

Shortly before the broadcast of the speech, Al Arabiya reported that Hariri would announce his resignation, meaning that his speech was recorded. Hariri later contacted Lebanese President Michel Aoun informing him that he could not continue his job and that he would return to Beirut within days.
Hariri is no longer home in Riyadh until Monday, and is said to have stayed on Saturday and Sunday at a villa at the Ritz-Carlton complex where Saudi officials arrested on Saturday night are holding "the night of fighting corruption."
On Monday, Hariri met with King Salman and then traveled to Abu Dhabi, where he met with Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed. Before returning home Tuesday, he was accompanied by Saudi military security. In the following days, he met with diplomats from the United States, European countries.
What to bring to Lebanon?
Ignatius pointed to the concern of Lebanese officials that Riyadh wants to push Lebanon into confrontation with Iran.
Saad Hariri, the brother of Saad, is more radical than him, and has become a candidate for the post of prime minister. A number of Hariri's relatives were also called to Riyadh during the week, but they refused to travel. Baha is said to be there.

The sources added that Bahaa sent Safi Kalou, a close adviser, to meet 10 days ago with Druze leader Walid Jumblatt to discuss the future strategy of Lebanon, but it is said that Jumblatt left the meeting, refusing to discuss this issue.

In this context, reference should be made to a tweet written by Jumblatt on Friday, in which he called for the return of Hariri "to complete the process of building and stability," stressing that "there is no alternative."
In light of these developments that threaten Lebanon's fragile internal stability, it seems that all Lebanese are meeting on one demand: the return of their resigning prime minister.
Source: Washington Post + Agencies
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