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Report: Lebanon believes al-Hariri held in Saudi Arabia, wants foreign pressure
Published: 09.11.17, 15:37
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1. If you think for one moment
Sammy ,   Newcastle   (11.09.17)
Does anyone for a moment believe these 'nameless officials' in Beirut want Hariri back to give him a gold medal or a big hug?

Over the last few months there has been more and more 'chatter' and speculation as to when Hezbollah-Iran might mount a full coup of Lebanon as fighting in Syria diminshes

In fact its an open secret Hezbollah see this as their RIGHTFUL REWARD for their 'sacrifices' in Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Bahrein, Sudan and Somalia

And its quite possible Hariri may have uncovered evidence that the coup might be imminent

Hariris only course of action AS A TRUE LEBANESE PATRIOT was to bring this to the attention of the world - a safe distance from Hezbollah so the world can finally SPEAK UP FOR LEBANON
2. once upon a time ....
steve s   (11.09.17)
Lebanon was once a beautiful country with a marvelous capitol. It is now a cesspool run by terrorists. No wonder Hariri fled.
3. did abbas meet him or did the lebanese embassy in SA?
epo   (11.09.17)
... or was abbas visiting the day hariri when went to UAE ?

this all looks like a failed coup by SA.

the only dumbos replying directly to this wishywashybullshit from SA was iran. thought they would be smarter.

what the world can take from this:
the ones really activley "meddling" in absolutely everyones affairs (iran, yemen, palestine, lebanon) is SA.

free hariri.

4. Another Donald?
Avi L.   (11.09.17)
What? Another spoiled brat on some allmighty delusion believing he can unrestrictedly do whatever he wants as if the world was populated by his house slaves?

With those donalds around the way is paved for the iranians and their minions
IRANIAN JEW ,   LALA LAND   (11.10.17)
Let's create another one, and call it "Balestiane" so the mullahs ruin it right away.
6. good soap opera out of Saudi Arabia these days
Cameron   (11.10.17)
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