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BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:00 P.M.) – At 4:00 P.M. (Beirut Time), the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia issued a statement ordering their citizens in Lebanon to return to home immediately.

“Due to the circumstances in the Lebanese Republic, the kingdom asks its citizens who are visiting or residing,” the statement read, as quoted by the Reuters News Agency.

This move by the Saudi regime comes just days after Lebanese Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, resigned from his post while visiting the Gulf nation.

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Looks like the sneaky Israelis are about to attack Lebanon again.

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Yeah, there is another article here and the headline infers the Zionists are already in position to attack (cannot be more specific as I haven’t read it yet.

3 Countries need eliminating – Israel, the US and Saudi Arabia.

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Aleksandr Gelyevich Dugin gave a interview a couple of days ago for haber-turk. He said, there will be heavy social and economical pressure all over the world in the coming years…
I call that, come back now!, social pressure, beside the 800 billion seized by this murderer of countless Yemini Mohammad bin Salman. That goes for the economical pressure I believe.

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This is of course a tactic that obliges Hezbollah to move some of their forces home from Syria to confront the Israeli threat. This of course will hamper the SAA in the fight against the US/Israeli proxy terrorists , although Iran will likely increase her troop numbers in Syria to compensate.