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    US newspaper reveals Saudi plan to destabilize Lebanon's security

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    Post by Rocky Tue 26 Dec 2017, 2:29 am

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    [rtl]The New York Times reported that there is a long-term Saudi plan to confront Hezbollah by arming militias in Palestinian camps in Lebanon..[/rtl]
    [rtl]The newspaper said in a report published on Monday that "Saudi Arabia seeks to arm militias in the Palestinian camps to confront Hezbollah, in order to increase the influence of Saudi in exchange for striking Iranian influence in Lebanon," indicating that "Lebanese and Western officials expressed concern about the destabilization of refugee camps and the formation of militias or Outside Saudi Arabia, while a Saudi official said Saudi Arabia had never discussed such a thing"He said.[/rtl]
    [rtl]"There are fears in Beirut that Saudi Arabia and its Lebanese allies will try to form anti-Hezbollah militias in the camps or anywhere else," the New York Times quoted Lebanese officials and several Western diplomats as saying. "Because of deep concern, Lebanese officials have been able to overcome their fears of a long-term plan by Saudi Arabia to destabilize the volatile Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon"He said.[/rtl]
    [rtl]The newspaper "Middle East A" British, quoted sources, details of the visit of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to Saudi Arabia, where he met Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and the latter asked him to make efforts to include the Palestinians of Lebanon to the camp loyal to Saudi Arabia, and stay away from the camp loyal To Hezbollah-led Iran, and if he did not, someone could, referring to opposition Fatah leader Mohammed Dahlan, officials said.[/rtl]



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