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    The New York Times reveals what happened to Hariri during his detention in Saudi Arabia

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     The New York Times reveals what happened to Hariri during his detention in Saudi Arabia Empty The New York Times reveals what happened to Hariri during his detention in Saudi Arabia

    Post by Rocky Tue 26 Dec 2017, 2:30 am

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    [rtl]NEW YORK (Reuters) - Arab and Western officials are still working to gather pieces to decipher the capture of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri in Saudi Arabia, noting that many of them do not rule out the possibility that Riyadh wanted to provoke internal unrest in Lebanon or even The outbreak of war.[/rtl]
    [rtl]The newspaper said, based on interviews with a number of Lebanese officials and Arab and Western diplomats that there is still a lot of lack of the real story because of pressure on Hariri to abide by silence and that no one has all the details except for Hariri himself.[/rtl]
    [rtl]The New York Times quoted Lebanese officials as describing the hours between Hariri's arrival in Riyadh and his resignation as a "black box" and that they hesitated to press Hariri for details of what had happened. But one of them said that when he asked the prime minister about the matter, he looked down and said it was worse than you thought.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Among the information quoted by the newspaper what she described in one of the chapters of the story of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia that Hariri was forbidden to see his wife and children and to go home when he arrived in Riyadh, forcing him before appearing on the screen and announce the resignation to ask the guards to bring suit. She quoted a senior Lebanese official as saying that Hariri spent the evening after his speech with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the desert.[/rtl]
    [rtl]The newspaper quoted an Arab diplomat that Hariri was threatened with corruption charges, noting that only hours after the Saudi authorities began their arrests on the background of corruption cases, and arrested two of the former partners of Hariri in a letter to remind him of his weak position.[/rtl]


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