BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:20 P.M.) – The Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri ruled out entering government with the political wing of Hezbollah, at a political rally in Beirut on Wednesday.

“We refuse any alliance with Hezbollah,” Hariri told supporters of his Future Movement party seated in the auditorium of the Beit international hall.

The prime minister was attending a ceremony commemorating the 13th anniversary of his father’s assassination.

Rafic Hariri, also a former Lebanese prime minister, and 21 others were killed in a massive explosion outside the St. George Hotel in Beirut in 2005.

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this IDIOT will see who will defend his a*s when Israhell atack Lebanon again. Then he will pray for Hezbolah

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Actually, it was Nasrallah who started the 2006 war and it was Arafat that pushed Israel to intervene during the Civil-War by shelling into their country from South-Lebanon!
No surprise that Hariri is not enough stupid to want Lebanon being again in the harm’s way due to the actions of the heavily armed Iranian proxy which doesn’t serves Lebanon’s interests at all but Tehran’s interests!

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BIGGEST FOOL AND IGNORANT IN LEBNON IS SAAD

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Nope, it’s Nasrallah : he’s selling his country to a foreign power for some foolish irrational bigot wet dream. Actually, Hezbo weights less than 10% of Lebanese electorate : even the Shias are turning their backs on HB. In fact, HB politicians have just proven themselves the most corrupted in Lebanon. When it comes to the armed branch, unanimity of UNSC voted their disarmament. With his 2006 action, Nasrallah is responsible of the 20%shrinking of Lebanese economy. Hariri is conscious that next time HB starts a war on Israel, Lebanon will go back to the stone age. Rulling out an… Read more »

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Shut up you hasbara rat!