Saudi Arabia’s Lebanese stooge condemns Hizbullah


"Lebanon's leading Sunni Muslim politician Saad al-Hariri accused Hezbollah on Saturday of dragging the country deeper into Syria's civil war after the Shi'ite militant group's leader said he was ready to go to Syria himself to fight.
Hariri, a former prime minister, was responding to a speech by Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah who said that a car bomb in Shi'ite southern Beirut would only redouble the group's military support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
"(Nasrallah's) speech takes Lebanon into deeper involvement in the Syrian fire," Hariri tweeted. "It's a pity to squander the blood of the Lebanese in such a way."  Reuters


This is very funny.  IMO Sa'ad Hariri like his father before him has always been Saudi Arabia's chief agent in Lebanon.  He and his father are "rumored" to have made US$ billions in SA by processing contracts for royal guest houses, etc. in which members of the royal family "supposedly" benefited.  He is a Wahhabi and even looks like a Saudi.  pl

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14 Responses to Saudi Arabia’s Lebanese stooge condemns Hizbullah

  1. turcopolier says:

    cloned poster
    The commission was thoroughly sold out to the hariri clan, the American government and the Saudi patrons. The commission tried to get me to testify to some specific knowledge of Hizbullah complicity. it would have been a lie and I refused. pl

  2. cloned_poster says:

    Pat, this is why Syria will prevail.

  3. DH says:

    Middle East politicians tweeting? We can haz new world order.

  4. r whitman says:

    Rumored to own a substantial amount of real estate in the Houston area.

  5. turcopolier says:

    r. Whitman
    and London, Paris, Kent, etc. pl

  6. Alba Etie says:

    And Lakeway, Texas

  7. Abu Sinan says:

    He is half Saudi, so it makes sense. The man, on his own, is as dumb as a box of rocks. It just goes to show you how money and well paid advisors can make a man.

  8. turcopolier says:

    Abu Sinan
    Sa’ad’s mother was supposedly Iraqi. His father Rafik was rumored to be the love child of the late King Saud whose family had a summer villa in the Lebanese town of Sidon where Rafik’s mother was employed as a domestic. Saud was a teenager at the appropriate time. That would make Sa’ad one quarter Saudi would it not? pl

  9. toto says:

    “He is a Wahhabi”
    Aren’t you pushing it a bit?
    If he really is a Wahhabi he’s pretty good at hiding it.
    (Fun bit: the only picture where his wife is wearing anything on her head is when they’re meeting the pope!)

  10. Lamoe2012 says:

    I can’t help thinking the events over the last couple of weeks including the comments by Saad al-Hariri is a attempt by SA to consolidate power and leadership within the Sunni world. I’m not sure how deep SA backing of the present government in Egypt and backing of the Sunni rebels in Syria are but it sure looks like making lemonade out of lemons. Could this be the opening moves of a showdown with Iran?

  11. turcopolier says:

    not a bit. Bandar bin Sultan is a Wahhabi also as well as a sinner according to their creed. pl

  12. turcopolier says:

    The Saudis are like the mythical bulldozer mounted Soviets attacking and backing away from a mountain of resistance in a continuing search for power. Money in Egypt for the anti-MB effort and money in Syria to oppose non-Sunni power are the same thing. pl

  13. Babak Makkinejad says:

    I never trust a man with a beard like that; nor a man in a bow-tie.

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