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Wholehearted Shi'a

Lebanese Prime minister resigns.

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Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum 

I fear for my children.  I hear drums of war.

Whoever is going for arb3een please remember the innocent, the oppressed, and pray for shi3t 3li to never have an oppressor rule over them.

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah 

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14 hours ago, Wholehearted Shi'a said:
on resignation

l wonder if the Saturday night arrests (Hameedeh has these on another thread) and this report are connected? [ l heard recently that KSA was in Lebanon trying to arrange coalitions.]

http://www.arabnews.com/node/1188521/saudia-arabia 

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33 minutes ago, hasanhh said:

l wonder if the Saturday night arrests (Hameedeh has these on another thread) and this report are connected? [ l heard recently that KSA was in Lebanon trying to arrange coalitions.]

http://www.arabnews.com/node/1188521/saudia-arabia 

That was my thought, wondering if there was a connection between the Lebanese prime minister resigning and the arrest of 11 Saudi princes. Two countries with a political shakeup within 24 hours. 

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4 minutes ago, Hameedeh said:

That was my thought, wondering if there was a connection between the Lebanese prime minister resigning and the arrest of 11 Saudi princes. Two countries with a political shakeup within 24 hours. 

I have a suspicion Saudi Arabia is extremely paranoid, they don't seem to know what they are doing. 

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Just now, hasanhh said:

lnteresting question.  Any sources?

Just my gut instinct given their trajectory over the past few months. Severing ties with everyone including their fellow GCC member, involved in wars that aren't going their way, getting leaders allied with them in other countries to resign in an attempt to isolate their enemy, and now this arresting of princes. It speaks to me of a kingdom very wary of its own security, and also of course, the plans to supposedly modernise, it all speaks to me of just uncertainty and paranoia. Don't you think?

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3 hours ago, Mohamed1993 said:

Just my gut instinct given their trajectory over the past few months. Severing ties with everyone including their fellow GCC member, involved in wars that aren't going their way, getting leaders allied with them in other countries to resign in an attempt to isolate their enemy, and now this arresting of princes. It speaks to me of a kingdom very wary of its own security, and also of course, the plans to supposedly modernise, it all speaks to me of just uncertainty and paranoia. Don't you think?

Inexperienced kid at his best!

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hi in my opinion house of Saud tries to shift all sunni countries under banner of Wahabism & after that destroy Shia countries (Iran,Iraq,Syria,etc) 

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6 hours ago, Mohamed1993 said:

Just my gut instinct given their trajectory over the past few months. Severing ties with everyone including their fellow GCC member, involved in wars that aren't going their way, getting leaders allied with them in other countries to resign in an attempt to isolate their enemy, and now this arresting of princes. It speaks to me of a kingdom very wary of its own security, and also of course, the plans to supposedly modernise, it all speaks to me of just uncertainty and paranoia. Don't you think?

l don't think they are "severing". KSA just signed a media agreement with Doha. I especially do no think "isolationism" is their new policy as KSA has made a half Trillion dollar commitment to restructure their economy. Can't export that way.

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8 hours ago, M.IB said:

Wasn't Sa'ad al-Hariri jailed? I heard he was.

Didn't find it. There is a Syrian arrest warrant out on Hariri for sponsoring terrorism. He also has dual citizenship in KSA and Lebanon but lives a lot in Paris.

Addition/Edit  There is an Al-Jazeera video -search "Dozens princes and businessmen arrested in anti-corruption bid" -- which says this is a branch-of-family feud.

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16 hours ago, Hameedeh said:

That was my thought, wondering if there was a connection between the Lebanese prime minister resigning and the arrest of 11 Saudi princes. Two countries with a political shakeup within 24 hours. 

he resigned from saudi arabia on the same day .. ofcourse it is connected. some say he is actually detained. 

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On 11/4/2017 at 1:01 PM, Hassan- said:

One less Saudi puppet in our government.

kan dayman na3san hal zalamy....always he looked half asleep....his 5 o clock shadow looked untamed...lol he should just retire to Egypt and play xbox and playstation likes hes been doing in a basement. and thats it

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8 hours ago, M.IB said:

Wasn't Sa'ad al-Hariri jailed? I heard he was.

No, Brother, he is not in jail. Look at the link above your post that @hasanhh posted: "Lebanon Hariri resignation a plot to stoke tension, says lran". It says Hariri (prime minister of Lebanon) announced the message he was resigning and he was not even in Lebanon. Since he denounced Iran, I don't think Saudis have detained him. They are probably feasting him now.

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"We are living in a climate similar to the atmosphere that prevailed before the assassination of martyr Rafik al-Hariri," he said in the broadcast from the Saudi capital Riyadh.

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Hezbollah leader: Hariri was under pressure to resign his post

http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2017/11/05/541092/Hezbollah-chief-speaks-on-Hariris-exit-Lebanon-political-developments

It seems like they want to start civil war in Lebanon, like in Syria.

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6 minutes ago, Dhulfikar said:

Hezbollah leader: Hariri was under pressure to resign his post

http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2017/11/05/541092/Hezbollah-chief-speaks-on-Hariris-exit-Lebanon-political-developments

It seems like they want to start civil war in Lebanon, like in Syria.

it wont happen... no one is in the mood and there is no force against hizbullah.. i thinknthey didnt like hariris leaniancy to the iranians and they someone more "competent"

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I Suspect that this fake Lebanese prime minister who was born in Saudi,  obtained saudi citizenship via business ties of his dad's construction companes (Saudi oger, now bankrupt and in debt) violated terms of his puppetry.

He met a senior Iranian minister a few days ago and established ambassador in Syria again.

This upset the Zionist Saudi masters and he was immediately recalled. Additionaly this is likely prepping for re-attack on Lebanon using Iran as the excuse.

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20 hours ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

hi in my opinion house of Saud tries to shift all sunni countries under banner of Wahabism & after that destroy Shia countries (Iran,Iraq,Syria,etc) 

l heard this on the news this past week. Here is one reference to KSA "abandoning" Wahhabism:

http://www.voltairnet.org/article198530.html

For more, the search l used was "Saudi Arabia" + Wahhabi . then news

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8 hours ago, Dhulfikar said:

Hezbollah leader: Hariri was under pressure to resign his post

http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2017/11/05/541092/Hezbollah-chief-speaks-on-Hariris-exit-Lebanon-political-developments

It seems like they want to start civil war in Lebanon, like in Syria.

The same is being said in the restaurants around here.

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On 11/5/2017 at 9:15 PM, Hameedeh said:

No, Brother, he is not in jail. Look at the link above your post that @hasanhh posted: "Lebanon Hariri resignation a plot to stoke tension, says lran". It says Hariri (prime minister of Lebanon) announced the message he was resigning and he was not even in Lebanon. Since he denounced Iran, I don't think Saudis have detained him. They are probably feasting him now.

Yes, it was a house arrest actually. 

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