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Lebanon: Al-Akhbar Exposes Funding of the Revolution

Posted by: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

The involvement of regional states in supporting specific groups of protesters, personalities and the media is increasing and unfolding every day, and pushing the streets towards high ceilings reaches the point of no return, Al Akhbar Al Youm reported.

Despite all the conflict between the camps of Qatar and Turkey on the one hand and the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia on the other, these American tools, which agree only among themselves on the security of Israel and sabotage the Arab world, gradually engaged in the game of financing its mercenaries, which is implemented on the ground a coup-like scenario, exploiting A popular uprising erupted at the moment of power making its deadly mistake.

LBCI Chairman Pierre Daher admitted to Prime Minister Saad Hariri a few days ago that he had received money from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, along with his colleagues Tahseen Al-Khayyat and Michel Al-Murr. Other, especially European ones. The Saudis and the Emiratis also financed the head of the Lebanese Forces Party, Samir Geagea, to return and remind the Lebanese of his “peaceful” militias and checkpoints. Qataris recently entered the Lebanese incitement market, at the request of the Turks, who are focusing on Tripoli and Akkar, to expand their growing influence since last year through Turkish associations, and to balance the UAE money distributed by Yahya Mawloud, the representative of Tahseen Al-Khayat in Tripoli, and former Minister Ashraf Rifi. Commander of the City Guards.

Qatari money is not absent from the prominent activity of Hizb ut-Tahrir and Jemaah Islamiyah, which, while not participating in large numbers of demonstrators, provides organized groups and manages banditry in a number of areas. It is not yet clear who supports the movement of former minister Nihad al-Mashnouq, who is moving some Future Movement officials to influence the street in Beirut and the central Bekaa to Majdal Anjar. However, Prime Minister Hariri asked the Minister of Interior and Municipalities not to use internal water cannons to disperse demonstrators in more than one area, knowing that future supporters are blocking roads and demonstrating.

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