Lebanon suffering from intimidation by antisecularist forces

Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri is seen at the governmental palace in Beirut, Lebanon October 24, 2017

Lebanon is suffering from intimidation. Where is Saad al-Hariri? He is on his way to Paris soon, according to Reuter’s yesterday. According to RT, “Lebanese Minister for Foreign Affairs Gebran Bassil has said that there is currently an anti-Lebanon campaign in the Middle East, aimed at ‘intimidating’ his country and forcing it to give up a joint gas project with Russia.” It goes way beyond the oil and gas project with Russia.

Those forces I suspect are actively trying to eliminate the possibilities for peace and secularism in the Middle East.

” ‘The same forces that unleashed the war in Syria and those who are feeding into terrorists are now trying to damage Lebanon,’ Bassil said in an interview with Interfax news agency. The minister added he would not specify which countries those forces represent,” according to RT in the article, Lebanon suffers intimidation attempts to cancel gas deal with Russia – Lebanese FM.

“Some countries are trying to use certain forces to remove the head of Lebanon,”  said Bassil. There may also be intimidation of Lebanon by the Russian Federation.

This became clear when Hariri was in saudi arabia. And now they may be fraudulently attempting to force him to resign.
The United States of America should be fighting today to prosecute the #WaronTerror internally.
Are we suffering from antisecularist forces ourselves inside the United States of America? Secularism is necessary to protect the Peace. We need to move beyond oil, war for oil and focus on redevelopment of the Middle East. We can do that with real Free Energy, Water Energy Independent Housing, etc. We are stuck in the dark ages with these fascists.


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