Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri strongly attacked Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, who in his speech broadcast on Monday said Saudi Arabia had pursued a policy aimed at expanding Salafi terrorism in the world, calling Riyadh a terrorist state. The Hezbollah leader also accused the Saudi kingdom of having taken hostage the thousands of Lebanese working in the Gulf, alluding to threats to boycott the Lebanese economy amid rumors of the expulsion of nationals of the country of the cedars. working in the Arabian Peninsula.

The former prime minister reacted via a series of Tweets accusing Hezbollah of selling its Arab identity, of undermining the stability of Lebanon and of participating in regional conflicts and in particular in Yemen, Iraq, Syria on behalf of the Iran.

Saudi Arabia does not threaten Lebanon or Lebanese nationals, replies the former tenant of the grand seraglio.

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