Friday, November 10, 2017

Germany sees ‘no evidence’ Saudi Arabia detaining Lebanon’s Hariri


 ‘no evidence’ Saudi Arabia detaining Lebanon’s Hariri
Germany has no evidence that the former Lebanese prime minister, Saad al-Hariri, is being held against his will by Saudi Arabia, a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said on Friday.

 “We have no evidence that Hariri is being detained in Riyadh and we assume that he chooses where he goes,” the spokeswoman said.

The politician resigned last week.

A government spokesman said Germany shared Saudi Arabia’s concerns about “Iran’s interference in Yemen and its support for Syrian President Bashar Assad and the Lebanese group Hezbollah,” Reuters reported.
 [rt.com]
 10/11/17
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  1. Le chef du mouvement chiite libanais Hezbollah a accusé vendredi l'Arabie saoudite de "détenir" le Premier ministre libanais Saad Hariri, qui avait annoncé la semaine dernière sa démission ...

    Hassan Nasrallah, le chef du Hezbollah, a par ailleurs accusé Ryad d'avoir demandé à Israël de frapper le Liban, au moment où la tension est montée d'un cran entre l'Arabie saoudite, puissance régionale sunnite, et le mouvement chiite, allié à l'Iran.

    "Le chef du gouvernement libanais est détenu en Arabie saoudite, on lui interdit jusqu'à ce moment de rentrer au Liban", a lancé Hassan Nasrallah lors d'une allocution télévisée. "Il est assigné à résidence", a-t-il assuré, réclamant à l'Arabie saoudite de le "libérer".
    AFP

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    1. Hezbollah chief: Saudi Arabia 'declared war' on Lebanon, PM Hariri 'forced to resign & detained'...

      Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah says Saudi Arabia has declared war on Lebanon, adding that the “detention” and “house arrest” of Lebanese Prime Minister Hariri an “unprecedented Saudi intervention” in Lebanon’s internal affairs.

      The reports of the assassination plot were fabricated by the Saudis, Nasrallah said, while the PM’s resignation speech was also written by them, he claimed in a televised speech.

      The Hezbollah leader also stated that the Lebanese government is still legitimate and urged all the parties to cooperate with it.Nasrallah claimed that Hariri was prevented by the Saudis from returning to Lebanon, while the whole situation around resignation of the PM was an “unprecedented Saudi intervention” in Lebanon’s internal affairs.

      “Hariri is a prisoner in Saudi Arabia, and cannot return to his own country. Saudi Arabia is seeking to impose its will on the Lebanese government. It is trying to sow the seeds of discord among various political factions here and pit them against each other,” the Hezbollah leader said, as quoted by Press TV.
      RT.COM

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