Hezbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah gave one of his lengthy, televised speeches on Thursday night, and promised that there would be no civil war in Lebanon.
The Hezbollah leader said he was sure there would be no civil conflict between Shiites and Sunnis in Lebanon.
But why would there be no civil conflict?
Nasrallah blamed Hariri for the current political crisis.
Hariri met with U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington on Wednesday and held talks in France and Turkey on Thursday.
Nasrallah called on Hariri to stay abroad and not return to Lebanon.
Hizbullah told Suleiman that it will not allow Hariri to continue as prime minister, according to a Thursday report by Lebanese paper Al-Akhbar.
"He is not fit to have this responsibility, as experience has proven," a Hizbullah source told Al-Akhbar.
Another Hizbullah source told Lebanese daily A-Safir that Hariri will not be prime minister anymore "because he is part of the problem, not the solution."
The message is that there won't be a civil war in Lebanon so long as Saad Hariri is not the Prime Minister.
What could go wrong?
Labels: Hassan Nasrallah, Lebanon, Saad Hariri, Special Tribunal for Lebanon
posted by Carl in Jerusalem @ 1:55 PM
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