The terrorist arms of Iran continue to threaten the stability of the region. Lebanon is at the heart of all this.
This Arab state is plagued by the Hezbollah militia which is backed by the mullahs’ regime in Tehran.
The Kuwaiti foreign minister delivered a message to the Lebanese government, in which he demanded ending Hezbollah’s control over political decisions in Lebanon, marginalizing and disarming it, in return for lifting international sanctions on Lebanon.
The message amounted to a message from the international community to Beirut.
However, the official Lebanese response came in the form of some constructive phrases.
They included President Michel Aoun’s reiteration of his country’s openness to Arab moves that would restore Lebanon’s relations with the Arab Gulf states.
The Lebanese president also said that his country is committed to the Taif Agreement and relevant international legitimacy resolutions.
Before the Lebanese foreign minister arrived in Kuwait with the official response to this international initiative, it was noticed that Iran had given a practical response of objection to attempts to communicate with Lebanon.
The Kuwaiti paper had called for adherence to international resolution no. 1701, which is implicitly based on the content of previous resolutions, including Resolution no. 1559, which calls for the disarmament of militias.
Nevertheless, the Lebanese state now finds itself under the hegemony of Hezbollah and its weapons.
The residents of southern Lebanon were incited to attack international troops in the south for the third time within a month, especially in the Qana and Shaqra.
As usual, President Aoun promised to open an investigation into the attack.
Nonetheless, such investigations do not reach a conclusion as usual.
Tehran also moved and its militias in Yemen, the Houthi terrorist group, bombed the UAE capital Abu Dhabi before the Lebanese response arrived in Kuwait, after Hezbollah leader, Hassan Nasrallah, launched an attack on the Arab Gulf states in a party that included representatives of the Houthis in the southern suburbs of Beirut.
Hezbollah hosts two television stations for the Houthis, and even participates in supporting the Houthis in training, fighting, and launching Iranian drones against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.