Saudi Arabia Just Told All of Its Citizens to Immediately Leave Lebanon

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Saudi Arabia Asked Citizens to Leave Lebanon ASAP as Tensions Escalate

- legalinsurrection.com
10 Nov 2017
"In the light of the current situation in Lebanon, the kingdom asks its citizens living or visiting Lebanon to leave as soon as possible," Saudi Arabia's foreign ministry said on Thursday. It wasn't immediately clear whether Saudi Arabia recalled its diplomats from Beirut.

Saudi Arabia, regional allies tell citizens to leave Lebanon

10 Nov 2017
Hours after Saudi Arabia began urging its citizens to leave Lebanon, Kuwait's Foreign Ministry released a similar statement . The official Kuwait News Agency reported the country is following Saudi Arabia's footsteps in recommending citizens leave Lebanon and restrain from traveling to the country.
- egyptindependent.com

Saudi Arabia Tells Its Citizens To Leave Lebanon, And It's Not Completely Clear

- npr.org
10 Nov 2017
Saudi Arabia Tells Its Citizens To Leave Lebanon, And It's Not Completely Clear Why : The Two-Way The bulletin didn't give a reason, merely citing "situations." But it's been five days since Lebanon's premier announced -- from Saudi Arabia -- that he was resigning, and he hasn't been home since.

AhlulBayt News Agency

10 Nov 2017
November 5, 2017 - 10:30 PM News Code : 864856 Source : Press TV Link: (AhlulBayt News Agency) - Bahrain has ordered all its citizens in Lebanon to "leave immediately" in the wake of Saad Hariri's abrupt resignation as the Lebanese prime minister, which was announced from Saudi Arabia.
- en.abna24.com

Saudis, Kuwait Urge Citizens to Leave Lebanon Immediately

- breitbart.com
10 Nov 2017
Bahrain acting in concert with Saudi Arabia is a reminder that both countries, along with the United Arab Emirates and Egypt, broke relations with Qatar and expelled Qatari citizens in June. The calls for citizens to leave the Land of the Cedars comes amid a war of words between Saudi Arabia and Iran and its proxy Hezbollah, and in the wake of the resignation of Lebanese ...

Lebanon asks western powers to help with PM Hariri's release from Saudi Arabia

10 Nov 2017
But he has put out no statements himself denying his movements are being restricted. He made a one-day flying visit to the United Arab Emirates earlier this week before returning to Saudi Arabia. Lebanese President Michel Aoun is moving towards a diplomatic approach to "uncover the mystery surrounding Hariri's resignation", Lebanon's al-Manar television, which supports ...
- globalvillagespace.com

Saudi Arabia Tells Citizens to Leave Lebanon

- wsj.com
10 Nov 2017
The moves come less than a week after Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri left his country for Saudi Arabia, where he announced his resignation, citing the destructive role of Iran and Hezbollah in the Middle East. Saudi Arabia is a longtime patron of Mr. Hariri, who leads Lebanon's...

It looks like Lebanon's prime minister is being held against his will by Saudi Arabia

10 Nov 2017
Nohad Machnouk, Lebanon's interior minister and a Future Party member, told The New York Times that Hariri had reasons unrelated to Saudi Arabia to be frustrated with the Hezbollah-affiliated government. However, Machnouk also conceded that it looked like Saudi Arabia had at least orchestrated the timing of the prime minister's resignation.
- businessinsider.com

Saudi Arabia becomes third Gulf state to urge citizens to leave Lebanon

- americanthinker.com
10 Nov 2017
For Lebanon's part, it is accusing Saudi Arabia of holding Prime Minister Hariri against his will. Some government sources have also claimed that the Saudis ordered Hariri to resign and are holding him under house arrest. Any of this is possible. The Saudis were reportedly unhappy with Hariri, who they believe had demonstrated too much flexibility in dealing with ...

Nasrallah says Saudi Arabia asked Israel to attack Lebanon

10 Nov 2017
Nasrallah's comments were aimed at calming an apparently jittery population following Saudi Arabia's escalation against Hezbollah's patron Iran. The resignation of Hariri was seen as a move by Riyadh to engage in another proxy war with Iran, this time in Lebanon.
- timesofisrael.com

Hariri Exit and Fallout Worry Lebanon Signal Bolder Saudi Arabia

- saudiarabianews.net
10 Nov 2017
Meanwhile, on Monday, Thamer al-Sabhan, Saudi Gulf affairs minister, said Lebanon's government would 'be dealt with as a government declaring war on Saudi Arabia,' alleging acts of aggression by Hezbollah, which was designated a terrorist group by the U.S. and the Gulf Cooperation Council.
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