Arab League foreign ministers met on Sunday to look into a complaint which Saudi Arabia submitted against Iran for its interferences in its security through its militias in Lebanon and Yemen.
We, the Lebanese people, have a long history with Iran’s militias. It goes back to around two decades. Until 2000, Hezbollah operated under the cover of resisting Israeli occupation of Lebanese territories and cited the Lebanese army’s weakness and incapability to liberate them. However, the Israelis withdrew from Lebanon in 2000, except from the Shebaa Farms because they viewed it as Syrian territories.
Those concerned about sovereignty and about Lebanon’s interests must be careful of the Iranian threat and its repercussionsRadwan al-Sayed