Saudi Arabia Rushes to Invest: Punish Hezbollah!


The fastest political investment of the ruling of the International Tribunal for the assassination of Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, issued from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Although the court “acquitted” Hezbollah of the crime, it called on Saudi Arabia to punish the party. Its Ministry of Foreign Affairs saw the ruling as a “emergence of the truth and the beginning of achieving justice by prosecuting, arresting and punishing those involved,” calling for “achieving justice and punishing Hezbollah and its terrorist elements.” She emphasized “the necessity to protect Lebanon, the region and the world from the terrorist practices of this party, which is considered a tool of the Iranian regime, and has proven its involvement in sabotage and terrorist acts in many countries.”Internally, former prime minister Saad Hariri dealt calmly with the ruling, but he saw that “what is required of him to sacrifice today is Hezbollah, which has become clear that the implementation network is from its ranks, and they believe that for this reason they will not be caught by justice and will not be punished.”
As for Bahaa Hariri, he commented, “The court is clear regarding the political background of those involved and other motivated players, the ability of local operations and experience in this type of actions, and Salim Ayyash, a member of Hezbollah, has been convicted of all the charges against him.”
The President of the Republic, Michel Aoun, pointed out that “achieving justice in the murder of Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and his companions responds to everyone’s desire to uncover the circumstances of this heinous crime that threatened stability and civil peace in Lebanon, and afflicted a patriotic figure who loved her, her fans, and her national project.” Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri considered, in a statement, that “Today, after the ruling of the Special Court, we must win Lebanon, in which the martyr believed in a single, united nation, and let the Lebanese state speak the mind and the good word, as former Prime Minister Saad Hariri put it on behalf of the late family.” .
Meanwhile, the caretaker prime minister, Hassan Diab, hoped that “the ruling of the International Tribunal will be a means of achieving justice and establishing stability in his national unity.”
The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs in Britain announced that “the verdict in the case of the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri is a step towards justice, and those involved in this assassination must be held accountable.” While the spokeswoman for the International Tribunal, Wajd Ramadan, indicated that, “according to what we all heard, the court decided to cancel the arrest warrants against the 3 accused who are not guilty, and to keep one for the accused Salim Ayyash.” And she announced that “even if the three suspects who were not proven to be involved in the investigation appeared, they will not be arrested, because there are no arrest warrants against them. As for the guilty party, Salim Ayyash, if the Lebanese authorities arrested him today, he has the right to request a retrial. ”
In turn, the spokesman for the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Stephane Dujarric, said that “the ruling in the case is a reflection of the commitment of the international community to justice for the terrible crimes that were committed on that day.”

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