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More Middle East unrest - now Lebanon (redux)


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Back in the headlines in the unrest happening in Lebanon, with the resignation of their Prime Minister who was in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at the time.  Tensions are arising because Saudi Arabia is against Iran, and in Lebanon they are playing that "proxy war" that rear its ugly head regularly there.

 

"Riyadh has said Mr Hariri is a free man and that he decided to resign because Hezbollah was calling the shots in his government.

Saudi Arabia considers Hezbollah to be its enemy in conflicts across the Middle East, including Syria and Yemen.

Western countries have looked on with alarm at the rising regional tension."

 

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-11-11/hezbollah-says-saudi-arabia-has-declared-war-on-lebanon/9140498

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