BEIRUT, LIBANON (10:50) – Der saudische Staatsminister für Golfangelegenheiten, Thamer Al-Sabhan, schrieb am Montag Morgen auf Twitter, dass der Rücktritt des libanesischen Premiers Saad Hariri den Libanon grundlegend verändern würde.

“Der Libanon wird nach Hariris Rücktritt nicht mehr derselbe sein”, behauptete der saudische Minister.

Sabhan schrieb vier Tage vor Hariris Rücktritt, dass die libanesische Bevölkerung, allen voran die Hezbollah, in der nahen Zukunft etwas ‘Bemerkenswertes’ feststellen könnte.

Der saudische Staatsminister hatte bereits in der Vergangenheit die Hezbollah und den Iran per social media kritisiert und gleichzeitig Journalisten, die diese verteidigten, bedroht.

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