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Thank you, Hind Najjar for reaffirming Arab generosity



Dear editor

My heart is bleeding for the people of Lebanon. On Tuesday, the August 4th explosion has killed hundreds and left thousands wounded, billions of dollars in damages, and over 300,000 people homeless. This terrible catastrophe comes at a dire time for Lebanon as the country has been grappling with an economic collapse and global pandemic, leaving much of the country impoverished and already in need of humanitarian assistance. This level of devastation is simply indescribable.

هند تبرعت بمصروفها لأبناء لبنان: كنت عاوزة اشتري حاجات كتيرة لكن أنتم اهم!

Source: (Saida online, August 10, 2020)

In the aftermath of the Beirut blast, an amazing 10-year-old Egyptian girl Hind Najjar decided to donate her weekly spending money of 100 pounds (100.00 EGP = $ 6.18 USD ) to the victims of the Beirut blast. Social media went wild with her story after she wrote on her 100 pound bill, “I wanted to buy so many things, but you’re more important.”  Shaima Najjar, Hind’s older sister said, “My sister donated her spending money after she was deeply moved by watching the news of blood, bleeding children on the street, overcrowded hospitals, and the utter destruction of Beirut port district and much of the capital.” Source: (Saida online, August 10, 2020)
Yes, Arabs are known to be generous, even before Islam. 

Arabs will host you and feed you for three days without asking the purpose of your visit. Arabs take pride in generosity and hospitality. For that, thank you, Hind Najjar, for setting a good example for others to follow and for reaffirming Arab generosity! 

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Lebanese don’t need fake sympathy from ‘Israel’

Lebanese don’t need fake sympathy from Israel

By Mahmoud El-Yousseph

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© ANWAR AMRO/AFP/AFP via Getty Images A wounded man is checked by a fireman near the scene of an explosion in Beirut on August 4, 2020.

Following the Beirut blast in August 4 that killed 168 people and injured 6,000 more while rendering 300,000 homeless, many countries around the world rushed humanitarian aid to Lebanon. For some odd reason, Israel asked Lebanon via foreign diplomatic channels as well as through the French President Emmanuel Macron when he visited Lebanon the day after the tragedy.

Even though the answer was “No, thank you,” Israel continues to beg Lebanon since then to provide aid. I wonder why? Israel does it for three reasons: 1) to score a PA point to help enhance its tarnished image, 2) cover up its daily crimes against against Palestinians and its weekly target bombings in Syria, and 3) Israel has a history of exploiting its participation in a humanitarian mission for personal gain.

Case in point, during the 2010 Haiti horrible tragedy that hit the island, Israeli medical teams (mainly soldiers) were exploiting the tragedy there by getting engaged in organ trafficking.

Stephen Lendman wrote about Israeli aid and rescue mission in Haiti on January 26 in the Baltimore Chronicle by stating, “They pay the poor and the hungry to slowly dismantle their bodies or simply take what they want from fresh corpses. Body parts are commodities to be harvested and sold to the rich even though organ sales are prohibited in most countries.”
Alison Weir also wrote an article in 2009 in the Washington Report on Middle East affairs titled, “Israeli Organ Trafficking and Theft” mainly targeting Palestinians. No wonder Lebanon rejected Israel’s unsolicited offer to help and so did other countries in the past.

No wonder not so many countries when hit by tragedies accept Israelis’ offer to help. Following the 2017 earthquake that hit Iran and Iraq, both countries refused Israel’s offer to send humanitarian aid. Turkey also declined aid from Israel after it was hit by the 7.2 earthquake on October 24, 2011. Even when South Africa ran out of water a few years ago, it too refused Israeli’s offer of water aid.

At this juncture, Lebanese need time to heal. Israel should quit harassing Lebanon by frequenting requesting to offer its help to treat Lebanese victims in Cyprus, Europe, North America, and even in Australia. The motive for Israel’s demand to help starts sounding more and more suspicious. In fact, may experts and news annalists believe Israel is the prime suspect behind the Beirut blast and it is guilty until proven otherwise.

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Lebanese people do not need fake sympathy from Israel. Their sentiment can best be describe by Jackie Chan’s infamous phrase, “No, thank you. I would rather shove crayons in my eyes.” If Israel is genuine about being a good neighbor to Lebanon, it can start tomorrow by 1) quit violating the Lebanese airspace on a daily basis, 2) apologize to Lebanon for its past war crimes committed there, and 3) pay Lebanon restitution for all the killing and destruction it inflicted upon Lebanese during the 1978, 1982, and 2006 wars.

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US confused policy on Libya encourages Turkey

By: Mona El-Mahrouki

Washington has kept a perplexing silence about Ankara’s transfer of thousands of militants from Idlib.

Militants loyal to Libya’s Turkish-backed government in Tripoli. (REUTERS)


TUNIS –Ankara is taking advantage of the US’s confused policy in Libya and President Donald Trump’s preoccupation with the volatile situation in the US since the killing of an African-American citizen by a white policeman to torpedo international efforts to stop the fighting in Libya, which are seen by many as the last chance to prevent the conflict from slipping into a new phase that could lead to greater Russian intervention and ultimately the “Syrianisation” of the conflict.

On Wednesday, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu announced his country’s rejection of the Egyptian initiative to solve the Libyan crisis, describing it as an attempt to save Libyan National Army (LNA) leader Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar after the losses he suffered on the battlefield.

“The effort for a Cairo cease fire was stillborn,” Cavusoglu told a Turkish newspaper. “If a cease-fire is to be signed, it should be across a platform that brings all sides together.”

Turkey’s position defies the US National Security Council’s support of the Cairo initiative. On Sunday, the Council said it was hoping that the Egyptian peace initiative on Libya would lead to a ceasefire, the withdrawal of foreign forces and the return of UN-led political negotiations.

For his part, President Donald Trump welcomed, during a telephone conversation on Wednesday with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the Egyptian efforts towards a political settlement in Libya, and towards ending the violence there by supporting a ceasefire, and acting to implement the will of the Libyan people and their desire for security and stability. Trump’s move signals the beginning of the White House’s efforts to retake control of the Libyan file from the Department of State.

Some, however, have described the US support for the ceasefire in Libya as just a “formal” gesture, saying that the US is more likely to back Ankara’s intransigence and its persistence in continuing the fighting until it achieves control of all military bases and oil fields and terminals. And it is this scenario that could prompt Russia to intervene directly in Libya, considering the weak capabilities of the LNA to face up to Turkey.

Former US Ambassador to Turkey Eric Edelman and former Deputy Commander of the US European Command General Charles Wald said the subversive role played by the regime of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Libya constituted a threat to the vital interests of the United States and a direct challenge to Washington’s efforts to encourage energy projects for peaceful purposes in the Middle East.

Edelman and Wald considered that the Trump administration’s reluctance to lead any initiatives to stop confrontations in Libya gave way to the aggressive Turkish intervention in Libya, which is exacerbating the conflict there. Both former officials were quoted in statements to the digital magazine Breaking Defense as insisting that Erdogan’s actions in Libya give the opportunity for the terrorist organisation ISIS to reorganise its ranks and expose Europe to a new wave of refugees and migrants.

One of the most disturbing aspects of the Turkish intervention in Libya is Erdogan’s transfer of thousands of Syrian extremists from Idlib to Tripoli, which represents a tremendous security threat not only to Libya but also to the entire region. The American administration, however, has been observing a perplexing silence regarding this particular aspect.

Turkey has been accused by the LNA of supporting militias and extremist Islamist groups since the fall of the late Colonel Muammar Qaddafi’s regime. That covert and indirect support in the beginning became full blown and in broad daylight a few months following the launching of the LNA’s military campaign against Tripoli.

With the signing of the security and military cooperation memo of understanding and the maritime border demarcation agreement by Erdogan and the GNA’s Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj, Turkish intervention intensified.

US Ambassador to Libya Richard Norland found the Turkish intervention in Libya justified since it came in response to Russia’s intervention, he said. The ambassador’s excuses were seen by many as part of a political and media campaign led by the US Department of State meant to exaggerate Russia’s role in Libya and find justification for America’s support of Islamists and their militias, even though the latter were behind the 2012 assassination in Benghazi of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens. That happened before Haftar’s LNA liberated the city and kicked the extremist groups out.

On Wednesday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo did not miss the opportunity to highlight the Russian intervention but chose not to mention Turkish intransigence. “It’s time … for all Libyans and all sides to act so that neither Russia or any other country can interfere in Libya’s sovereignty for its own game,” Pompeo said.

Be that as it may, the US position on the crisis in Libya was and still is confused. During the 2016 election campaign, Trump made a big deal of the situation in Libya and promised to get rid of the militias there, accusing his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, who was then secretary of state in the Obama administration, of supporting the chaos in Libya.

Just a few days after the launching of the battle for Tripoli, Trump made a phone call to Haftar, which many considered as a sign of the White House’s backing of the campaign. But then the Islamists regained their composure and dispatched the GNA’s Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha to Washington, where he met with a number of US officials, especially in the State Department.

Many also believe that the resignation last September of former US National Security Adviser John Bolton, who was known for his hostility to the Islamists, must have opened the way for support of the Sarraj government in Tripoli to move freely and impose their views on the US administration.

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Tripoli government seeks to disrupt French-Russian coordination on Libya

GNA’s disinformation campaign focused mainly on Wagner Group mercenaries.

French President Emmanuel Macron talks to Russian President Vladimir Putin during a video conference Friday, June 26, at the Elysee Palace in Paris. (AP)

French President Emmanuel Macron talks to Russian President Vladimir Putin during a video conference Friday, June 26, at the Elysee Palace in Paris. (AP)

TUNIS –In anticipation of the talks focused on the situation in Libya held Friday by Russian President Vladimir Putin and French President Emmanuel Macron, the Islamist Tripoli government (GNA) launched a disinformation campaign focused mainly on the mercenaries of the Wagner Group, who had been out of the spotlight in the past days.

The Islamists returned to waiving the card of the Russian mercenaries on Friday, with the Libyan National Oil Corporation joining in the propaganda campaign exaggerating the Russian role in Libya, a campaign instigated by the US State Department in cooperation with Turkey and the Islamists.

The Islamists-controlled National Oil Corporation said that “Russian mercenaries and other ones from other nationalities entered the Sharara oil field on Thursday,” and added that it “categorically rejects any attempts by any foreign countries to prevent the resumption of oil production.”

“A convoy of dozens of military vehicles entered the field on Thursday evening and met with representatives of the guards of the oil facilities,” said the statement. The National Oil Corporation has often attempted to present itself as a neutral party in the conflict despite its obvious bias towards the Islamists’ militias and its rejection of the army’s control of oil terminals and fields.

Through these accusations, the Islamists were trying to send messages to Europe stating that France is coordinating with Russia the two countries’ reactions to  the situation in Libya, despite Russia’s control of the oil terminals and its halting oil exports. But this is in fact a clear attempt to mislead international public opinion and cover up the real reasons behind the cessation of Libyan oil exports. Oil exports were stopped following actions taken by Libyan tribes in protest against the Tripoli government’s use of “Libyan oil revenues” to finance Syrian mercenaries and fight the National Libyan Army.

The oil terminals and oil fields in Libya are under the LNA’s control, and the army enjoys the backing of the local tribes in the south and the eastern region. The oil revenues, however, flow into the treasury of Libya’s Central Bank and the coffers of the Libyan National Oil Corporation which are controlled by the Islamists and a group of opportunists who benefit from the chaos.

Brigadier Ibrahim Beit al-Mal, one of the leaders of the Turkish-backed GNA militia, stated that “several Russian cargo planes have been spotted landing at the Qardabiya air base in Sirte, the last of which arrived on Thursday.”

“Some of these planes were carrying equipment and weapons while the others had fighters on board,” explained Beit al-Mal.

He also stated that “Russian mercenaries are in control of the Qardabiya base, and if the Libyan Air Force did not target the base, it was because of the presence of three air defence systems at the base and its surroundings.”

For months now, the US State Department has been leading a campaign amplifying the Russian role in Libya, while ignoring the Turkish intervention that brought in Syrian fighters, including ISIS and Al-Nusra Front elements.

To date, no evidence has emerged to confirm the US allegations, while there are frequent reports of the presence of some Russian military officers and experts used by the LNA to operate and maintain weapon systems, as most weapons used by the army, including warplanes, are Russian-made. On the other hand, the number of Syrian mercenaries brought in by Ankara and the Islamists has exceeded 10,000 mercenaries, according to Western media reports.

Libyan political circles expect the Macron-Putin summit to result in an agreement to support the Egyptian initiative, which would block the path of any attempts to pressure Cairo in order to discourage it from directly interfering in Libya to deter the threat of having Turkey take control of Sirte.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi confirmed in a speech last Saturday that Egypt’s probable direct intervention in Libya has international legitimacy and has specific goals.

During his inspection tour of Egyptian military units in the western military zone on the border with Libya, Sisi declared that “any direct interference from the Egyptian state has now acquired international legitimacy, whether by virtue of the provision of the right to self-defence of the UN Charter, or based on the decision of the only elected authority in Libya, the Libyan Parliament.”

France and Russia support the Libyan army in its war on terror and against the GNA militias, in order to restore stability to the North African country that has been in total chaos since the toppling of the regime of the late Colonel Muammar Gadhafi.

Sources at the Elysée Palace said on Friday that President Macron “is confident in the ability to make progress” with Russia on several issues, including the Libyan crisis, following his video conference with Putin.

Regarding the Libyan file, the source said France and Russia sharea “common interest in the stability of Libya and the unification of its institutions,” according to him.

The French-Russian rapprochement seems to dash Ankara’s hopes, and behind it those of certain quarters at the US Department of State, to reach understandings with Moscow in Libya that would result in ending Russia’s support of the LNA and pave the way for Turkey and the United States to gain control of Sirte.

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France leads European-Arab drive to counter Turkey’s ambitions in Libya

Paris saw Ankara’s strategy as clashing with France’s interests in Libya and its vision for the whole region.

French President Emmanuel Macron speaks to the press,  June 30, 2020, in Nouakchott. (AP)

French President Emmanuel Macron speaks to the press, June 30, 2020, in Nouakchott. (AP)

PARIS – A European-Arab coalition led by France to counter Turkey’s ambitions in Libya has begun to take shape, after Ankara’s defiance has reached the point of tampering with regional and European security by sending over to Libya thousands of Syrian mercenaries that include extremists from al-Nusra Front and ISIS, experts say.

Faced with Ankara’s growing aggressive posture in the pursuit of its goal of assuming control of Libya’s resources and taking advantage of its strategic location, France has moved at a feverish pace to thwart Turkish ambitions. Paris saw Ankara’s strategy as clashing with France’s interests in Libya and its vision for the whole region.

France was the first European country to criticise Turkey for sending mercenaries and weapons to Libya and to voice its total solidarity with Cyprus and Greece’s rejection of the agreement on maritime border demarcation signed last November between Turkey and the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA).The row escalated despite the GNA’s attempt to bribe Paris by granting French energy giant Total gas exploration contracts in Libya’s disputed areas.

France has also supported Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar and the Libyan National Army (LNA) in their war on terrorist groups since 2014. On more than one occasion, Paris has fended off attempts to push the European Union to issue a resolution condemning the LNA or its commander.

France was the first to intervene in 2011 to topple the regime of the late Colonel Muammar Qaddafi, even before a UN Security Council resolution was adopted allowing military intervention in Libya. Observers attributed France’s eagerness to intervene to its desire to get rid of a regime that had been rivalling its influence in Africa and impeding its interests in Libya, especially after the Qaddafi regime reneged on a gas exploration deal with Paris in the Nalut Basin.

More recently, France was among the first European countries to welcome the Cairo initiative aimed at solving the Libyan crisis by providing for an immediate ceasefire and a return to the political process. Turkey and the Islamists,  as presented by the GNA, rejected the initiative with the apparent backing of the US Department of State.

The new French position has the support of several Arab countries, notably the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and –to a large extent– the Tunisian presidency.

A file picture of Emirati minister of state for foreign affairs, Anwar Gargash. (Reuters)
A file picture of Emirati minister of state for foreign affairs, Anwar Gargash. (Reuters)

The strongest expression of Arab support for the French position against Turkish interference in Libya came in an opinion piece published in the French newspaper Le Point by UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash, who praised the actions of French President Emmanuel Macron in this regard.

“French President Emmanuel Macron was the first European leader to explicitly refer to this reality and this danger by urging the European Union and NATO to stand up to Turkey in both Libya and Syria, thereby placing France as a strategically leading country for Europe regarding Turkey and security in the Mediterranean, and joining the voice of the Arab majority,” Gargash wrote.

“Late last year, Erdogan took advantage of the divisions within the Libyan National Accord government to enact bilateral agreements that he then used to justify extensive resource expropriations in the Mediterranean, provide advanced weapons and transport thousands of Syrian mercenaries to western Libya. As in other similar circumstances, the UAE has stood with France and other allies to address these threats,” he added.

Before that and during his recent visit to Paris, Tunisian President Kais Saeid emphasised the necessity of implementing a ceasefire in Libya and holding elections that would renew legitimacy for the authorities there, describing the GNA’s “international legitimacy as only temporary.”

The coming out of France as a clear-committed party in the Libyan conflict is likely to break the silence over Washington’s disagreement with Paris over Libya as the US State Department, in cooperation with Turkey, is trying to portray the Libyan crisis as a conflict between the West and Russia. According to experts, highlighting Russia’s presence in Libya is part of scare tactics used by Turkey and the Islamists in Tripoli to provoke reactions from the United States and the West that would ultimately hand control of the whole country to the Islamists.

Observers believe that the odds of Turkey failing in its Libya offensive are likely to improve tremendously as a country like France spearheads the counterattack. Paris is already moving to mobilise European support for the battle, as reflected by Macron’s recent visit to Germany, on the eve of Berlin assuming the presidency of the European Union.

Curtailing Turkish designs, observers say, will benefit from role played by a country like France capable of harnessing a more effective European position, and of preventing the US from acting alone to try to shape the future of Libya without consulting and coordinating with France, a country larger than Greece and Egypt.

The Sixth Summit of the Heads of State of the five African Sahel group, held Tuesday in the Mauritanian capital Nouakchott, is seen as a prelude to a broad French move to expand the circle of pressure to stop the Turkish expansion that is now threatening most of Libya’s neighbours.

Observers believe that the timing of the summit in these exceptional circumstances includes clear political messages that France wanted to send from Mauritania within the framework of the pressures it is exerting in order to reduce the area of Turkey’s encroachment in Libya and encircle its repercussions, especially that it coincided with an escalation in Macron’s statements against the entire Turkish project in Libya.

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Libya: Needs new ballot box legitimacy

Tebboune echoes Tunisian, Egyptian calls for elections in Libya.

A file picture of Algerian President Abdelmajid Tebboune. (AFP)

A file picture of Algerian President Abdelmajid Tebboune. (AFP)

TUNIS – Algerian President Abdelmajid Tebboune said on Saturday that Libyan rivals must organise elections through transitional authorities as a political solution to the ongoing conflict.

Tebboune’s statement implicitly reinforces an emerging regional consensus about the expired legitimacy of Tripoli’s Government of National Accord (GNA), a feeling that also seems to be shared by Paris.

Speaking to France 24, Tebboune said that “we need to consult with the Libyan people through its institutions,” including tribal authorities and others, and hold elections.

“The current government is one of these institutions, but things have bypassed it. We need institutions that represent all Libyans. The country also needs to hold elections and elect a president and vice president, putting into consideration a balance between all Libyan regions and the adoption of a new constitution,” Tebboune said.

The Algerian head of state added he was ready to arrange a dialogue between the different Libyan parties should they request it.

He explained that, while talking to German Chancellor Angela Merkel during the Berlin Libyan Conference earlier this year, he promised not to take “any personal initiative.”

Algeria, which has relations with all Libyan parties and contacts them regularly, “stands at the same distance from all Libyan parties,” Tebboune said, adding that Algerians “will not back (one) party against the other.”

“We still have not lost hope” of settling the conflict, he argued.

“We have close visions on Libya with [French] President [Emmanuel] Macron and our Italian friends. Other actors understand that fighting back and forth between armies is not the solution,” he said.

“Who loses today wins tomorrow, and so on, but this is not the solution and it will not offer anything. To take a group of people that includes five from here and five from there is not also a solution.”

Tebboune warned that Libya might fall into the trap of the “Syrian model” and said that he spoke with the French president on this issue.

He noted that, four months ago in Berlin, he said that “we can count on the basis of popular legitimacy to rebuild the state [Libya]” if no ceasefire were to be reached.

He described the “Syrian model” in Libya” as a “danger,” praising the Libyan tribes for “being wise.”

“The same approaches that we saw in Syria are not seen in Libya. Unlike what many people might think, mercenaries and others were those who committed violations. But if the tribes are fed up, they will start arming and protecting themselves,” he warned.

In that case, Tebboune said, Libya’s civil war would be more comparable to Somalia’s than Syria’s.

“No one would be able to do anything at that point in time,” he warned.

“The country could turn into a haven for terrorists, and everyone, seeking to clean their countries, will send their terrorists to Libya,” he added.

Tebboune’s call for Libya to organise elections echoes a similar call by Tunisian President Kais Saied, who said his country will not accept a divided Libya and described the legitimacy of the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA) as “temporary.”

“The authorities in Tripoli are based on international legitimacy but this international legitimacy cannot continue. It is a temporary legitimacy and in its place must come a new legitimate government, a legitimate government which is born of the will of the Libyan people. And I will say it from this podium, in Paris, that Tunis will not accept the division of Libya,” Saied said two weeks ago while on a first visit to France.

Saied’s oblique reference to the 2015 Skhirat agreement, which had bestowed temporary legitimacy on the GNA, constituted a nuanced shift in Tunisia’s stance on the conflict between the Turkish-backed government of Fayez al-Sarraj and the eastern-based Libyan National Army (LNA).

Based on the Skhirat agreement, the mandate of the Sarraj government should have expired on December 17, 2017, with a possible extension of only one year.

The Cairo initiative, unveiled by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi last June, also called for UN-supervised presidential council elections and the drafting of a constitutional declaration to regulate elections at a later stage.

The Libya situation is a critical national security issue for both Tunisia, Algeria and Egypt.

Since the overthrow of  longtime Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi in 2011, instability in the North African country has dominated regional security concerns.

With an expanding power vacuum and the proliferation of weapons, jihadi groups and foreign militants, Libya’s conflict has spelled trouble for next-door Tunisians and Algerians.

The indirect effects of the turmoil in Libya also presented enormous security challenges elsewhere, including the destabilisation of Mali and the Sahel on Algeria’s southern flank.

The Turkey-backed GNA has taken in thousands of Syrian mercenaries to fight against the LNA, led by Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar.

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Turkish expansionism in Libya leads to Algerian-French rapprochement

Algiers seeking broader international support for mediation efforts.

An Algerian soldier guards the remains of 24 Algerian resistance fighters at the Moufdi-Zakaria culture palace in Algiers, after their repatriation from France, July, 3. (AFP)

An Algerian soldier guards the remains of 24 Algerian resistance fighters at the Moufdi-Zakaria culture palace in Algiers, after their repatriation from France, July, 3. (AFP)

ALGIERS–Frequent contacts between Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron are signalling closer coordination between the two countries about issues in the region, especially those related to the Sahel-Saharan region and Libya.

This comes at a time when the Algerian mediation to find a solution to the Libyan file seems to be in need of broader support in order to bypass the confines of political contention.

The diplomatic and political rapprochement between Algeria and France was boosted by recent phone conversations between Tebboune and Macron. The latest, Thursday, was the third phone conversation during the past six weeks  during which the two presidents discussed their vision for restoring stability in the region and the approach to resolving the crisis in Libya.

The call came as bilateral relations warmed up again after Algeria recovered a first batch of the remains and skulls of Algerian resistance fighters kept till now at the Musée de l’Homme in Paris. In an interview with French state-owned TV channel France 24, last week, Tebboune praised what he called “Macron’s integrity and efforts in settling the historical files between his country and Algeria.” He said he and macron “could go a long way”.

A statement by the Algerian presidency said that President Tebboune received a phone call Thursday from President Macron, in which “the two presidents discussed the prevailing situation in the region, especially in Libya and the Sahel,” and that “they agreed to continue coordination and consultation between the two countries as key actors in the region, and to launch a number of initiatives aimed at promoting political solutions to the prevailing crises.”

The statement alluded to signs of convergence in the visions of the two parties on the prevailing situation in the Saharan Sahel and Libya, in a way that overcomes the clash of the past years between the two countries and ushers in a diplomatic partnership and a sharing of interests, especially as Algeria prepares to lift the constitutional ban on its army being involved in operations outside its territorial borders. This will give Algeria more leeway to contribute to managing conflicts, especially in the context of the war on terror.

Observers do not exclude the possibility that the Algerian-French rapprochement could lead to the formulation of an initiative on Libya, with the participation of the international community. Such an initiative would be based on the imperative of a political solution in Libya and the necessity of the exit of all foreign forces. That would mean first of all ending the intervention of the Turkish army supporting the government of Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj, which has become a strategic concern for Algeria and France, following Ankara’s proclaimed intention to establish a “new Turkey” in the region by fostering a far-reaching partnership with its Libyan partners.

It seems that Paris’s annoyance at Turkish expansionism in the region and at Ankara’s attempts to undercut France’s influence in Algeria, prompted the Elysée to make some concessions in the largest outstanding files between France and Algeria, starting with the so called file of “Memory and History”. This is likely to pre-empt Turkish endeavours and turn contentious files into opportunities for partnership in diplomacy, as is the case in economics, trade, cooperation, immigration and issues pertaining to the large Algerian community in France.

Algeria expresses real concerns about the Libyan crisis, given the latter’s serious security and military repercussions on stability in the region, especially that Algeria shares with Libya about a thousand kilometres of land borders in rugged desert terrain, in addition to the proximity of the border to strategic interests such as oil and gas fields and the international companies operating there.

The Algerian military quickly appointed General Omar Tlemsani as commander of the Fourth Military Zone of ​​Ouergla in the far southeast of the country, where the land border with Libya lies. Tlemsani is succeeding the late General Hassan Allaimia, who died of health-related causes. The move reflects the importance attached by the Algerian military leadership to troop and logistical readiness in the area in anticipation of any contingency on its borders.

In a statement to local and French media, President Tebboune had warned against “scenarios of turning Libya into a new Syria or Somalia, and into fertile ground for producing terrorist groups, which will be disastrous for security and stability in the region forever.”

At the UN Security Council meeting on Libya, Thursday, Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sabri Boukadoum, reiterated his country’s readiness to “play a mediating role,” and stressed that “all Libyan parties have agreed to participate in any Algerian initiative,” in reference to Algeria’s efforts to resolve the Libyan crisis in coordination with the international community.

Boukadoum summarized his country’s initiative in three axes: “An immediate cease-fire, reducing escalation in all areas, including in the energy sector and the distribution of wealth, and helping to bring the Libyan rival parties to the negotiating table.”

Observers said that the Algerian initiative, despite its importance for the two rival parties in the Libyan crisis, cannot by itself achieve any headway in the crisis. This explains the Algerian efforts to create a rapprochement with Russia and France on the crisis so as to give the Algerian initiative wider support.

In June, Tebboune received the representatives of the two main rivals in the Libyan conflict, GNA Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj and Speaker of the Libyan Parliament Aguila Saleh. The meeting took place following the takeover by GNA forces, with intensive Turkish military support, of western Libya following the withdrawal of Khalifa Hafatar’s Libyan National Army from the outskirts of the capital, Tripoli, and its environs.

Professor Sharif Driss, professor of political science at the School of Journalism in Algiers, described his country’s mission as “difficult”, and stated that “the Algerian approach needs an international framework and designing a solution that would be based on appointing a UN envoy and holding negotiations in a neighbouring country, because the Libyan file has become complicated by the multiplicity of actors in the crisis.”

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How George Galloway and I plan to save the Union

Jamie Blackett

For me – and, I suspect, for many Scottish Tories – a lot of my time in lockdown was characterised by a sense of frustrated impotence. I would sit in front of the television in furious disbelief as I watched Nicola Sturgeon, the unchallenged leader of a one-party state, on the BBC, answering useless questions from selected journalists who offered no supplementary interrogation. As Sturgeon’s poll ratings soared my morale sank. What are we dejected Unionists to do? How can we stop the SNP’s march towards a second referendum when the mainstream opposition to Sturgeon from the Scottish branch offices of the Tory, Labour and Liberal parties has been risible?

Then three weeks ago George Galloway came to lunch. He wanted to discuss his new party (he has founded quite a few), the Alliance for Unity. A4U is a cross-party coalition with the aim of transforming the silent and fragmented pro-Union vote into an election winning force. After some consideration I accepted the role of deputy leader and the pattern of my hitherto agricultural life between now and the Scottish Parliament elections in May is starting to clarify. I have just been speaking to a man called Goat, who might make a YouTube documentary showing me travelling around with George, highlighting misgovernment and unhappiness in Sturgeon’s Scotland. 

George and I are quite the ‘odd couple’ to lead a party. I am a Tory, rural, Remain-voting, former solider. George… isn’t. But we are both keen to demonstrate that the fact we are from opposing ends of the political spectrum is a strength. In the A4U we want the broadest possible coalition from all political faiths and none to defeat the SNP. George, who is much better educated than I am, calls our partnership the most extreme political alliance since the Fox-North coalition. After I looked it up I pointed out that Charles James Fox and Lord North didn’t actually stay in business together for very long.

To our joint surprise, we have found that in fact we agree about more than we disagree on. We’re both fairly libertarian by inclination and as such are appalled by the shocking authoritarianism of the SNP. However, it is perhaps fortunate that defence and foreign policy are matters reserved to Westminster and therefore don’t need to be discussed. In fact, we don’t need to have a manifesto at all as our only policy is to concentrate the pro-union vote in Scotland to defeat the SNP and their Scottish Green allies and enable a government of national unity to be formed at Holyrood. 

After that, if George and I are in the Parliament, where we would sit as independents, he will no doubt be arguing to raise taxes while I would want to lower them. We quite like the idea of being ‘frenemies’ if we are successful. In the meantime, we enjoy hamming up our relationship. After our first meeting he tweeted that he had just had lunch with his favourite living Old Etonian. When he started to get online abuse from Twitter’s usual suspects, he pointed out that Tam Dalyell and George Orwell were also OEs. Thanks to my new alliance with George, I have the strange experience of now being retweeted regularly by the members of the Workers Party of Great Britain.

I often now find myself having to defend my decision to incredulous friends. Although some have misgivings about George, they all agree that the establishment parties have so far failed abysmally in the fight against the SNP. The Scottish Tories only seem to have flicked to panic mode, ditching the hapless Jackson Carlaw, while recent polls show that nearly 40 per cent of Scottish Labour voters actually want the breakup of the Union. That the SNP, a party that has recently proposed suspending trial by jury, restricting free speech and appointing state apparatchiks to oversee how parents bring up their children, should be so far ahead in the polls says as much about the Conservative, Labour and Lib Dem parties as it does about the Sturgeonists.

What worries my friends, and what worried me initially, is the fear that we might ‘split the vote’. The logic that the vote is already split three ways, and so we are doomed to failure and another half decade of the SNP, or worse, unless we do something radical, takes a while to sink in. George’s plan is to persuade the Unionist parties not to stand against the strongest pro-Union candidate in the first-past-the-post ballots and to make best use of the d’Hondt AV system we have in Scotland by running pro-Union Alliance candidates from across the political spectrum in the ballot for the list seats.

Being deputy leader of a political party, even one as nascent as ours, implies being surrounded by a host of spin-doctors and leggy interns making coffee and running about with folders. In fact out headquarters team is as lean and dispersed as a terrorist cell. We do, however, have a growing candidates’ list. We are keen to avoid identikit politicians and PPE graduates so we are deliberately trying to find people who have ‘done stuff’. It includes professor Alan Sked of the LSE (the original architect of Brexit), whose home is in Easter Ross, and ex-regimental sergeant major Arthur Keith of the Black Watch. I enjoyed ringing Arthur to congratulate him with the traditional Army greeting, ‘Stand by your beds!’ and we had a good chat about the similarities between the SNP and their soulmates in Sinn Fein, with whom Artie and I have had dealings in the past.

One thing George and I definitely agree on, though for slightly different reasons, is the need to defeat the Scottish Green Party who prop the SNP up in coalition. The term ‘watermelon’ – green on the outside, red on the inside – could have been invented for them. And the Scottish countryside has been battered every time the SNP has had to throw their confederates some red meat in order to get legislation through. Most recently, the ban on controlling mountain hare numbers threatens the fragile ecology of our heather moorland. In George’s second weekly Monday night YouTube broadcast he promised that we would ‘obliterate the SNP’s gardening section’.

George loves grand theatrical gestures; one of which was to tweet the idea that we need a big figure to bring Scotland back together again. He would offer ‘the greatest living Scotsman after Sir Alex Ferguson’, The Spectator’s chairman Andrew Neil, a plum seat if he would agree to come and be First Minister in the government of national unity. Pick up the phone Andrew!

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“توازن الردع” معادلة تحمي لبنان .. والرد مسألة وقت..’إسرائيل’ ستدفع ثمناً بحجم هذه الجريمة

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المصدر: موقع العهد الإخباري

أكد الأمين العام لحزب الله السيد حسن نصر الله أن المقاومة في حرب تموز استطاعت أن تثبت قواعد اشتابك تحمي لبنان من خلال توازن الردع، موضحاً أن انجاز انتصار 2000 هو التحرير وانجاز 2006 هو الحماية من خلال توازن الردع وأن “إسرائيل” لا زالت تدرك تمامًا أن هناك معادلة تحمي لبنان اسمها توازن الردع.

وفي كلمة له في الذكرى الـ 14 للانتصار الالهي في تموز ذكر السيد نصر الله ما جرى في تموز حيث بدأ المجريات من خلال عملية عسكرية ثم تطورت إلى حرب وكانت حرباً فرضها العدو الصهيوني على لبنان بقرار أميركي، مشيراً إلى أن لبنان قاتل وحيداً من الناحية العسكرية أمام جيش يعتبر نفسه أقوى جيش في الشرق الأوسط ومن أقوى الجيوش في العالم.

وتابع سماحته معدداً نتائج الحرب وكان أبرزها إيقاف وافشال مشروع الشرق الأوسط الجديد الذي كانت تقوده الادارة الأميركية، موضحاً أن كل الوثاق التي نشرت فيما بعد كانت تؤكد أن الحرب على لبنان كانت جزءًا من هذا المشروع وكان يفترض أن يهزم لبنان ويخضع للشروط.

وأضاف أن هذا المشروع والاندفاعة الهائلة التي بدأت من احتلال أفغانستان والعراق أسقطها الصمود والانتصار في لبنان.

وشدد السيد نصر الله على أن حرب تموز كشفت حقيقة الكيان الصهيوني ومستوى الترهل في منظوماته السياسية وجيشه ومنظومته الأمنية وجبهته الداخلية وقدرته على الصمود، ولذلك هو من لجأ الى العالم لوقف الحرب، لافتاً إلى أن هذا الانكشاف ترك آثارا عميقة ما زالنا حتى اليوم حيث يعيش “الإسرائيلي” لأول مرة مخاوف من خطر الوجود والبقاء في المنطقة.

وأكد السيد نصر الله أن لبنان قوي بمعادلة المقاومة لذلك هم يريدون التخلص منها لأن أميركا لا تتحمل بقاء قوة في لبنان تحميه وتحفظ سيادته، مضيفاً أنهم فشلوا في الحرب العسكرية لذلك يحاولون بحروب أخرى، إذ أن ما يجري عندنا في لبنان هو جزء من هذه المعركة.

واعتبر أن المقاومة هي مسألة وجود بالنسبة للبنان وشعبه وهي شرط الخيار الدائم.

وجدد السيد نصر الله تأكيده الرد على استشهاد الشهيد علي محسن في الغارات “الإسرائيلية” على سوريا، مشدداً على أن قرار الرد هدفه تثبيت قواعد الاشتباك وليس الاستعراض الاعلامي ولا الغوغائية والذي يثبتها العمل المحسوب والجاد. ومضيفاً بأن القرار ما زال قائماً والمسألة مسألة وقت وعلى “إسرائيل” أن تبقى بحالة الانتظار.

وحول الإتفاق “الإماراتي – الإسرائيلي” أوضح السيد نصر الله أن ما قام به بعض الحكام في الامارات ليس مفاجئاً، بل كان ضمن المسار الطبيعي الذي كانوا يتبعونه، وأن توقيت الاتفاق يؤكد أن بعض الانظمة العربية هم خدم عند الاميركي، لأن ما أقدمت عليه الامارات هو خدمة شخصية انتخابية لترامب ولنتنياهو، متوقعاً من الآن حتى الانتخابات الاميركية إقدام انظمة عربية على توقيع الاتفاقيات مع “اسرائيل”.

في المقابل، لفت سماحته إلى أن الواجب الانساني والديني والجهادي والوطني والقومي يحتّم أن ندين ونرفض هذه الخيانة للاسلام والعروبة والقدس والمقدسات، مؤكداً أن جبهة الحق عندما يقدّر لها أن تقترب من الانتصار يجب أن يخرج منها المنافقون والطاعنون في الظهر.

ثم تطرق السيد نصر الله إلى تداعيات انفجار مرفأ بيروت مشيراً إلى أن حزب الله لا يمتلك رواية حول ذلك لأنه ليس الجهة التي تقوم بالتحقيق، موضحاً في هذا السياق فرضيتين حول أسباب انفجار المرفأ، إما عرضيا أو أن يكون تخريبيا.

وأضاف بأن حزب الله ينتظر نتائج التحقيق وهو يدرك أنه معنياً بأمن المقاومة المباشر وليس مسؤولية كامل الأمن القومي ببعده الداخلي، لكن أوضح بأنه
إذا ثبت أن الانفجار عرضي فيجب محاسبة المسؤولين عن هذه الفاجعة، أما اذا ثبت أنه كان تخريبياً فيجب محاسبة المقصرين إلا أن علينا البدء بالتحيقيق حول من يقف خلفه.

وفي السياق، لفت إلى مشاركة الإستخبارات الأميركية في عملية التحقيق، وأن ذلك يعني إبعاد أي مسؤولية لـ”إسرائيل” عن التفجير إذا كان لها مسؤولية، مشدداً على أن حزب الله لا يمكن أن يسكت على جريمة كبرى بهذا الحجم اذا كانت “اسرائيل” قد ارتكبتها، وأن الأخيرة ستدفع ثمناً بحجم هذه الجريمة في حال ذلك.

ورأى السيد نصر الله أن الأمر الأخطر من ذلك يتمثل بمشروع اسقاط الدولة الذي نجا منه لبنان، حيث استغلت بعض القوى السياسية آلام الناس ووجهت ذلك باستهداف العهد وكان رئيس الجمهورية هو المستهدف الأول والضغط عليه من أجل الاستقالة، أما المؤسسة الثانية المستهدفة فهي المجلس النيابي باستقالات جماعية، وبحجة الميثاقية يتجهون عمليًا باتجاه اسقاط مجلس النواب ثم الدعوة لانتخابات نيابية مبكرة .

وحول استقالة الحكومة أكد السيد نصر الله أن الظروف والصعوبات والعوامل هي التي أدت إلى ذلك، لأنه في ظل انفجار بهذا الحجم كان من الصعب أن تصمد، متوجهاً باسم حزب الله إلى الرئيس حسان دياب وحكومته بالشكر منوهاً بشجاعتهم في ظل كل الظروف.

وفيما يخص الحكومة المقبلة، طالب السيد نصر الله بحكومة قوية وقادرة ومحميّة سياسيًّا.

وتابع بأنه أي يكن الرئيس الذي سيكلف، فإن حزب الله سطالبه بالسعي لتشكيل حكومة وحدة وطنية أو حكومة ذات أوسع تمثيل سياسي وشعبي ممكن تضم سياسيين واختصاصيين أولوياتها الاصلاح واعادة الاعمار والوضع المعيشي والكهرباء والتدقيق الجنائي والمدارس الرسمية ومكافحة الفساد ومتابعة التحقيق والمحاسبة في مرفأ بيروت.

وتطرق السيد نصر الله إلى ما يتم تداوله عن الحكومة الحيادية مؤكداً أنها مضيعة للوقت ومطلب مخادع للعبور ولتجاوز التمثيل الحقيقي الذي أفرزه أي شعب من خلال الانتخابات النيابية، لافتاً إلى أن حزب الله لا يؤمن بوجود حياديين في لبنان حتى يتم تشكيل حكومة منهم.

وإلى الصابرين من عموم الشعب اللبناني بالخصوص جمهور المقاومة توجه السيد بالشكر، في ظل الكثير من الممارسات الغير أخلاقية والتحريضية والمشبوهة التي يتعرضون لها، والتي تقف خلفها سفارات. كما طالب جمهور المقاومة بالحفاظ على الغضب والغيظ الذي قد نحتاج في يوم من الايام لإنهاء كل محاولات جر لبنان الى حرب أهلية.

وحول قرار المحكمة الدولية رأى السيد نصر الله أن حزب الله غير معني به ويعتبر أن هذا قرار كأنه لم يصدر. منبهاً من محاولة استغلال المحكمة لدفع الأمور باتجاه الاستفزاز والشتائم والسباب.

وفي الشأن الصحي أعلن السيد نصر الله أن موضوع كورونا خرج عن السيطرة، ولفت إلى أنه علينا التعايش مع اجراءات الوقائية منه، بحيث من يعدي غيره ويؤدي ذلك الى القتل فهو قاتل وعليه الدية.

ختاماً شدد السيد نصر الله على الدعوة في لبنان يجب أن تكون مستمرة للحوار وحماية لبنان تكون بالتمسك بالمقاومة وقواعدها وقدراتها والصبر على كل الظروف والبحث عن طرق لتجاوزها، قائلاً إنه بعون الله تعالى ودعم الناس سبنقى نحن وحلفاؤنا الأقوى في هذه المنطقة.

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Lebanon: The Nazi regime will pay a price for the size of this crime

Posted by: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

The “balance of deterrence” is an equation that protects Lebanon … and the response is a matter of time … Israel will pay a price for the size of this crime … Here is a summary of the speech

The Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah, confirmed that the resistance in the July war was able to establish the rules of your entanglement that protect Lebanon through the balance of deterrence, explaining that the achievement of the victory of 2000 is liberation and the achievement of 2006 is protection through the balance of deterrence and that “Israel” is still fully aware that There is an equation that protects Lebanon, which is called the balance of deterrence.

In his speech on the 14th anniversary of the divine victory in July, Sayyid Nasrallah mentioned what happened in July, when the events began through a military operation and then developed into a war and it was a war imposed by the Zionist enemy on Lebanon by an American decision, indicating that Lebanon fought alone in the military front An army that considers itself the most powerful army in the Middle East and one of the most powerful in the world.

His Eminence went on to list the results of the war, the most prominent of which was the suspension and failure of the new Middle East project that was led by the US administration, explaining that all documents that were published later confirmed that the war on Lebanon was part of this project and that it was supposed to defeat Lebanon and be subject to conditions.

He added that this project and the huge push that started with the occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq was overthrown by steadfastness and victory in Lebanon.

Sayyed Nasrallah stressed that the July war revealed the reality of the Zionist entity, the level of slack in its political systems, its army, its security system, its internal front, and its ability to withstand, and that is why he sought refuge in the world to stop the war, pointing out that this exposure left deep effects that we still live today where we still live. The Israeli “for the first time fears the danger of existence and survival in the region.

Sayyed Nasrallah emphasized that Lebanon is strong in the equation of resistance, so they want to get rid of it because America cannot bear the survival of a force in Lebanon that protects it and preserves its sovereignty, adding that they have failed in the military war, so they are trying other wars, as what is happening with us in Lebanon is part of this battle.

And he considered that resistance is a matter of existence for Lebanon and its people, and it is a condition for permanent option.

Sayyed Nasrallah reiterated his assertion of the response to the martyrdom of Ali Mohsen in the “Israeli” raids on Syria, stressing that the decision to respond is aimed at fixing the rules of engagement and not the media or demagogic show that is proven by calculated and serious work. He added that the decision is still valid, and the issue is a matter of time, and that “Israel” must remain in a state of waiting.

On the “Emirati – Israeli” agreement, Sayyed Nasrallah explained that what some rulers did in the Emirates were not surprising, but rather within the natural path that they were following, and that the timing of the agreement confirms that some Arab regimes are the servants of the American, because what the UAE did is Electoral personal service for Trump and Netanyahu. From now until the American elections, Arab regimes are expected to sign agreements with “Israel.”

On the other hand, His Eminence pointed out that the humanitarian, religious, jihad, patriotic and national duty makes it imperative to condemn and reject this betrayal of Islam, Arabism, Jerusalem and the sacred things, stressing that when the right front is destined to approach victory, the hypocrites and the stabbing should come out of it in the back.

Then Sayyed Nasrallah touched upon the repercussions of the Beirut port explosion, pointing out that Hezbollah does not have a story about that because it is not the party that is conducting the investigation, explaining in this context two hypotheses about the causes of the port explosion, either accidental or sabotage.

He added that Hezbollah is awaiting the results of the investigation while it realizes that it is concerned with the security of the resistance directly and not the responsibility of the entire national security with its internal dimension, but he made clear that
if it is proven that the explosion was accidental, those responsible for this tragedy must be held accountable, but if it is proven that it was sabotage, then the negligent must be held accountable, but we have to start. To investigate who stands behind him.

In the context, he pointed to the participation of US intelligence in the investigation process, and that this means removing any responsibility for “Israel” for the bombing if it has responsibility, stressing that Hezbollah cannot be silent on a major crime of this magnitude if “Israel” has committed it. And that the latter will pay a price for the size of this crime in the event that.

Sayyed Nasrallah believed that the most dangerous issue is the project to bring down the state from which Lebanon escaped, as some political forces took advantage of the people’s pain and directed that by targeting the covenant and the President of the Republic was the first target and pressuring him to resign, while the second target institution is the Parliament with collective resignations. And, under the pretext of the Charter, they are practically moving towards toppling the House of Representatives and then calling early parliamentary elections.

On the resignation of the government, Sayyed Nasrallah stressed that the circumstances, difficulties and factors led to that, because in light of an explosion of this magnitude, it was difficult to withstand, turning in the name of Hezbollah to President Hassan Diab and his government, noting their courage under all circumstances.

Regarding the next government, Nasrallah demanded a strong, capable and politically protected government.

He added that whatever the president will be assigned, Hezbollah will demand that he seek to form a government of national unity or a government with the widest possible political and popular representation that includes politicians and specialists whose priorities are reform, reconstruction, living conditions, electricity, criminal auditing, public schools, fighting corruption, and follow-up investigation and accountability in the Beirut port.

Sayyed Nasrallah touched on what is being circulated about the neutral government, stressing that it is a waste of time and a deceitful demand to cross over and bypass the real representation that any people have produced through the parliamentary elections, pointing out that Hezbollah does not believe in the existence of neutrals in Lebanon until a government is formed from them.

And to the patient from the entire Lebanese people, especially the public of the resistance, the master thanked him, in light of the many immoral, inflammatory and suspicious practices that they are exposed to, and behind which are embassies. He also called on the masses of the resistance to maintain the anger and anger that we might need one day to end all attempts to drag Lebanon into a civil war.

Regarding the decision of the International Tribunal, Nasrallah saw that Hezbollah is not concerned with it and considers that this decision has not been issued. Warning against trying to use the court to push things towards provocation, insults and insults.

In the health issue, Sayyid Nasrallah announced that the Corona issue has gone out of control, and he pointed out that we have to live with preventive measures from it, so that whoever infects others and that leads to murder is a murderer and he has blood money.

In conclusion, Sayyed Nasrallah stressed that the call in Lebanon must be continuous for dialogue and the protection of Lebanon should be by adhering to the resistance, its rules and capabilities, patience with all circumstances and looking for ways to overcome them, saying that with the help of God Almighty and the support of the people, we and our strongest allies in this region will stay.

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