Middle East Intrigue

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Middle East Intrigue

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

On November 4, Lebanese PM Saad Hariri resigned, claiming an Iranian-backed Hezbollah plot to assassinate him. Utter nonsense. Something else is going on.

Hariri lied accusing Iran and Hezbollah of sowing strife in the Middle East, seeking "to destroy the Arab world."

His resignation wasn't voluntary. He was pushed, the Saudis behind it, demanding what he couldn't refuse.

Riyadh accused Lebanon and Iran of declaring war on the kingdom. Its aggression on Yemen achieved nothing but mass slaughter of civilians, vast destruction, and humanitarian crisis conditions.

Its attempt to bully Qatar into submission failed. So has its support for ISIS and other terrorists in Syria and Iraq.

Iran and Damascus are rising regionally, Russia a key player. Riyadh's strategic plan failed, maybe a key reason behind crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman&#39
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