Hariri resigned over threats on his life by Velayati, Iranian supreme leader’s top aide

Iran’s embassy in Beirut released this photo of Lebanese PM Saad Hariri and Iranian Supreme Leader's top aide for international affairs Ali Akbar Velayati , Sunday November 4, 2017
Iran’s embassy in Beirut released this photo of Lebanese PM Saad Hariri and Iranian Supreme Leader’s top aide for international affairs Ali Akbar Velayati , Sunday November 4, 2017

A reformist website known to leak what is going on behind the scenes of the Iranian regime, quoted informed sources in Tehran that the adviser to the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ali Akbar Velayati met with resigned Lebanese Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, in Beirut last Friday.

During the meeting he threatened Hariri to  reject  the strategy of the US administration against Hezbollah, or Lebanon will face chaos and Saad Hariri will meet the fate of his father who was assassinated on February 14th 2005.

According to Amadnews, and in a report entitled, “What happened during the meeting between Velayati and Hariri,” the website reported that one day after the meeting, the Prime Minister of Lebanon announced his resignation from his office.

Hariri stressed that “The current circumstances are very similar to those surrounding the assassination of Rafik Hariri.”

Former Lebanese PM Rafik Hariri , father of resigned PM Saad Hariri was assassinated in downtown Beirut on February 14, 2005. 5 Hezbollah operatives have been accused of killing Hariri and are now being tried by the UN backed Special Tribunal for Lebanon
Former Lebanese PM Rafik Hariri , father of resigned PM Saad Hariri was assassinated in downtown Beirut on February 14, 2005. 5 Hezbollah operatives have been accused of killing Hariri and are now being tried by the UN backed Special Tribunal for Lebanon

The report added that conservative media outlets portrayed Saad Hariri’s statements as being the result of pressure exerted by Riyadh on him, while “the truth is still out there” and that “Ali Akbar Velayati threatened Saad Hariri at the end of the meeting after the latter refused to bow to Iranian guardianship and stand against Trump’s strategy”.

Velayati threatened Hariri that if he did not implement what Tehran demanded in support of Hezbollah, Lebanon would see a great mess, and Hariri would meet his father’s fate

Velayati asked Hariri to stand before the media and declare his full support for the Hezbollah group because it is resisting the Zionist entity.

Hariri replied that he could not do so, but at the same time he said nothing against Hezbollah.

Khamenei’s advisor then brought in commanders from Hezbollah’s security apparatus and asked them to present documents proving that the Lebanese Future Party had provided Western sources with sensitive information that led to the elimination of Hezbollah’s field commanders in Syria by Israel.

The Iranian website stated that after examining the document, Hariri informed Velayati that he will not pledge his support to Hezbollah and that he is going to resign.

The website continued on saying that Velayati’s threat to Hariri was basically: “You will meet the same fate as your father.”

At that point, Hariri stormed out of the meeting.

AL ARABIYA

  • Arzna

    Finally the truth is out and now we know what Velayati told Hariri on Friday and why Hariri resigned on Saturday .
    Nasrallah must have known exactly what happened during the meeting.
    So he lied to the Lebanese and the whole world when he blamed Saudi Arabia for Hariri’s resignation

    • master09

      Wait for the big O to give us the real news. Everything else is fake.

      • Y K

        The guy has a direct line to Hell. The Devil himself keeps him apprised of regional and global developments. 🙂

  • Rudy1947

    Hezbollah runs Lebanon, Iran runs Hezbollah. Simple.

    • Hind Abyad

      Israel runs America and Euro. Simple.

      • יוסף בן-ישראל

        Israel is hardl running itself how do you think it is capable of running America ?

      • Barry

        The voices in your head run your hands. Your hands type on keyboards. Simple.

        • Hind Abyad

          Zio trolls websites alert to this thread.

        • Jack

          She is not the only one with voices in her head here.
          The Moron Omega believes he has Aliens around him……

          • Niemals

            Omega believes he has Aliens around him and me……🤣

  • Ali

    makes alot more sense than Hezbollah’s claim.

  • Rascal

    The Party of god and Iran are essentially the same thing. Iran thinks they are untouchable, I hope the Sauds grow a pair and let Iran know that they don’t own the Middle East as much as they think. It is a lot of bluster and tough talk from Iran because on paper they are not impressive at all including their toilet bowl economy.

  • Hind Abyad

    “(..)The website continued on saying that Velayati’s threat to Hariri was basically:

    You will meet the same fate as your father.

    At that point, Hariri stormed out of the meeting”!

    AL ARABIYA
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3a582bfd775ed04ee32809b308ca72d67b6dea43370709c9ffc1545033978fec.jpg

    • Hannibal

      If that is true then that is very bad news… The Lebanese silent majority does not want an Iran / SA war in Lebanon… I think they should face off in the Persian Gulf and leave us the hell alone. We always fight foreign wars on our soil because each camp is a b!tch to outside powers.

      • Arzna

        Agreed we do not want any war on our soil, period . Enough is enough . We want all foreign powers to leave Lebanon alone and want Hezbollah to hand over its arms to the Lebanese army since it ( the army) has proven its capability of defending Lebanon. Lebanon can only survive in peace. With a $75 billion debt and rising because of continued deficits Lebanon will collapse from within if we don’t rebuild our economy. We need to return being the tourism and financial center for the region and this requires peace

        • Hannibal

          We cannot tie up our fate to the regional conflicts despite the fact that we sympathize with the Palestinian cause. 7eemliin e sellom bell 3ard 😉 Let the Arab neighbors free Palestine… In the meantime the raison d’etre of Hezbollah and most conflicts is Israel usurping land. A two states solution will end all this crap.

          • Arzna

            7eemliin e sellom bell 3ard min zaman and we are such a tiny country. We have done more than our share . As I said above We need to return being the tourism and financial center for the region and this requires peace, it is time to let other countries carry the burden of liberating other countries . If Iran or Saudi Arabia want to do that let them do the fighting from their own countries , we cannot afford outfits like Hezbollah anymore in Lebanon.

          • Hannibal

            and yet they fought alone against the entity. If the Lebanese Army back then was asked to liberate Lebanon we wouldn’t be in this predicament.We had a serious void but the void is closing now. Hopefully they will join the LAFs and answer to the state.

          • יוסף בן-ישראל

            Don’t hold your breath, 2 states solution is no more a solution.

          • Hannibal

            ergo the root of all evil…

          • Hind Abyad
          • Hind Abyad

            “Netanyahu Refuses to Talk to Us. But We American Jews Won’t
            Be Silenced”
            https://www.haaretz.com/opinion/1.813840

      • Hind Abyad
      • Omega
        • Hannibal

          I did not state otherwise… The outcome is the same. I did not object to HA Syrian war involvement and I won’t have an opinion about a war between Iran and SA on any soil BUT Lebanon. Take your wars elsewhere. We already paid the price many times over. It is time for other countries to bear the burden. While Iran and KSA prosper we Lebanese keep spiraling downward, our young leaving, and our nation (if we have one) bankrupt.

          • Omega

            I am with you compatriot. Why are you unleashing on me? 🙂

          • Hannibal

            I did not mean it that way. I am just tired of politicians using the people as means to their ends.

          • Omega

            Trying indeed but nothing new brother. The ruling classes and their puppet politicians can care less about the people. What matters is that they continue growing their wealth and power. Most of the time, they appear as enemies in the strong front but enjoy lavish meals with laughters in the background.

            On that note, have a look at this article. While it’s an opinion, I think it raises many valid points worth considering that help put the pieces of the puzzle together: http://theduran.com/hariris-capture-was-instrumental-to-the-red-princes-rise-to-power/

            p.s. Secret de polichinelle: Saad’s biological father is King Fahd bin Abdulaziz Al Saud – rival of the Salmans.

    • Rainbow Sponge

      Very similar to 2006 isn’t it. You fire missiles into a neighbouring country and then you cry like a baby when they retaliate.

      • Hind Abyad
      • Omega

        Nobody fired missiles to IsraHell. The war of 2006 was planned by Israel as early as January – this was admitted by Ehud Olmert to the Israeli Winograd Committee. It was also found in diplomatic leaks. The sacrifice of IDF soldiers by Israel was a trap Hezbollah fell for and it served as casual belli.

        • Rainbow Sponge

          You need to learn to distinguish fact from conspiracy theory.

          1+1=2 is a fact
          That foolish comment of yours is not.

          • Omega

            According to the leaks, Olmert first discussed the preparations for a war against Lebanon in January and then asked for detailed plans in March.

            Olmert told Winograd that, far from making war on the hoof in response to the capture of the two soldiers (the main mitigating factor for Israel’s show of aggression), he had been planning the attack on Lebanon since at least March 2006.

            Olmert’s leaked testimony reveals real goal of summer war
            https://electronicintifada.net/content/olmerts-leaked-testimony-reveals-real-goal-summer-war/6803

          • Rainbow Sponge

            Electronic intifada. That is your source. So this is what the world has come to. The Lutheran Reformation, Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, the demand for equality by the suffragettes, the Baltimore riots of 1968. There we were all in one place, a generation lost in space…

            … all that struggle, so that Omega can access his computer and quote fake news.

          • Omega

            A most expected response from you: go after the messenger when you cannot tackle the message. To add insult to injury, you did so quite lamentably (in a whining type of way).

            The article in summarized and reported what is found in the official Israeli Winograd Committee Report – it is not an opinion and nothing was invented or extrapolated.

          • Rainbow Sponge

            “go after the messenger when you cannot tackle the message”

            Source: www. most-boring-cliched-statement. com.org.uk

          • Omega

            Suit yourself. It changes nothing to facts about the war Israel waged on Hezbollah and Lebanon in 2006.

          • Rainbow Sponge

            Imagine if someone in 2006 told you there’d be American bases all over northern Syria and al-Tanf. How things have changed since your “divine victory”.

          • Hind Abyad

            Listen fat ugly Dany Nohra i’m blocking you

          • Rainbow Sponge

            Holy crap I thought it was Omega replying. Are you still whining?

          • Omega

            I am aware of the (illegal) US presence in Syria. I am not after any “divine victory”. Do you ever make a point?

          • Rainbow Sponge

            Don’t forget the Turkish presence as well. And your 2,000+ dead mercenaries. My point: you achieved nothing in 2006.

          • Omega

            What exactly are you talking about? The topic was the war of 2006 between Israel and Hezbollah. From which, you jumped to the US presence in Syria to Turkey in Syria and now back to the war of 2006.

            When you say “you”, I assume you mean Hezbollah. You’re missing the point: Hezbollah had no objectives to reach in 2006. It was Israel who planned the war and waged it. Hezbollah resisted and repelled them back.

          • Rainbow Sponge

            Hezbollah started the war by killing 2 Israeli soldiers and capturing 8 others as a bargaining chip for a prisoner swap. I remember the year 2006 you know, do not try and deceive me with your fake news.

          • Omega

            I am not here to convince you of anything. You have already made the conscious choice to ignore facts and reality. I must, however, address your comments to me accordingly.

            The war of 2006 did not start as a result of the captures IDF soldiers. Ehud Olmert’s admission to the Israeli Winograd Committee attests it:

            Olmert told Winograd that, far from making war on the hoof in response to the capture of the two soldiers (the main mitigating factor for Israel’s show of aggression), he had been planning the attack on Lebanon since at least March 2006.

            Furthermore, there are two different stories to the incident at the border post. The Western narrative says Hezbollah went into Israel to capture them while the evidence in the forums (Israeli tank on Lebanese soil) shows otherwise.

            But this is not the point of the comment. You said Hezbollah failed to reach its objectives. What were their objectives?

          • Rascal

            If I remember correctly, The Party of Satan even murdered their hostages. Israel should have no mercy on these blood thirsty killers.

          • Hind Abyad

            No he’s just a spammerrrr..and blocked

          • Hind Abyad

            Foreign irrational illogical Zionist Middle East history..

          • Rainbow Sponge

            Bla bla bla. It’s a nice day in Montreal, go chill with Snowturd.

          • Rudy1947

            Survival is considered a victory.

          • Omega

            What does US military presence in Syria have to do with “survival”? Did you mean wage bogus wars as your only resort to survive as a country?

            On a related note, Hezbollah survived the war Israel waged on them in 2006.

          • Rudy1947

            Nothing. It has to do the general attitude of the Hizzbillies, Hamas etc. If any one survives it’s a victory.

          • Omega

            Thanks for clarifying.

          • Rascal

            This is their real point.

          • Rudy1947

            As with any good military I’m sure Israel had a myriad of plans for defense and attack for many contingencies. I would think the Hezbollah and Lebanon have plans to cover a variety of scenarios. Military planning is a cerebral endeavor and many countries have “colleges” for that purpose.

          • Omega

            I’m sure Israel had a myriad of plans for defense and attack for many contingencies.

            Yet Israel, with its IAF, IDF and 15K+ army reserve troops failed to dislodge Hezbollah and reach any of its military objectives.

          • Rudy1947

            The Hizzbillies went quiet for a decade and Israel abided by a plea from the UN to stop.

          • Omega

            (laughing)

            Ten days in, Israel ran out of ammunition and called the US for help.

            Thirty days in, not a single city was taken.

            Israeli officials believed Hezbollah would be dislodged within a day or two using their IAF.

            Mossad confirmed Hezbollah wasn’t affected militarily and would go on fighting for months.

            But sure, Israel abided to the UN.

            Keep tapping your shoulder.

          • Rudy1947

            The plan was to not to take over Lebanon, but to destroy Hezbollah’s abilities with the hope of removing them. In doing so the Lebanese might be able to take back their country. Can’t depend on the Lebanese can we.

          • Omega

            I never said the plan was to take over Lebanon. The primary objective was to destroy Hezbollah for the benefit of Israel, not Lebanon. If you believe Israel is after saving Lebanon, you’re in deep limbo. British-Israel only cares about itself.

            The sub-primary objective was to occupy up to the Litani for the fresh water – something they tried to do, in vain, during their twenty years of occupation of south Lebanon. This was evidenced by Israeli paratroopers dropped at several locations along the river.

            Prior to the implementation of the ceasefire, the Israeli political establishment decided that it would “clear drop” Israeli paratroopers in key areas along the Litani River. The decision was apparently made to convince the international community that the rules of engagement for a UN force should extend from the Litani south. Such a claim could not be made unless Israel could credibly claim to have cleared that part of Lebanon to the Litani.

            Israel will try this again in their next war: try to clear up to the Litani and then have the UN or NATO establish a buffer zone from the Litani on.

          • Rudy1947

            I said that the plan was not to take over Lebanon, not you. Are you having an identity crisis again?

          • Omega

            I know it wasn’t. What was the point of bringing that up? What identity crisis? Stay on point.

          • Rudy1947

            I would if you would stop the games.

          • Omega

            I am not playing games. You’re paranoid old timer.

          • Rascal

            Wait, Lebanon needs to check with Iran before making any plans. They have been demoted to “Patsy” level, and subservient to the Grand Ayatoilet in Tehran.

          • Jack

            The Moron Omega gets his conspiracy theory’s from the Aliens …….
            He believes they are around us.

  • Hind Abyad

    Mahmoud Abbas summoned to Riyadh. One assumes Palestinians are praying that he too gets locked up in the Ritz. Good riddance Netanyahu puppet

  • Niemals

    And now comes news from Hind Abyad, first;
    https://twitter.com/AbyadHind/status/928730289131741186
    and additional;
    https://twitter.com/BREAKING_PTV/status/928677061589372928
    Now we have almost all version on this breaking news….

    • Hind Abyad

      Alzheimer i published these here too so stop loosing time get a life. Intouchable.
      https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/e247d24be1970ab1a777ad2099bc16cfadc136d9ac4fff62365e757f98557d22.jpg

      • Y K

        One could publish an album of pictures of ugly Jooz collected by you. It might even sell to some retarded Nazis (even though most of them don’t have enough dough for a bus ticket, so that may ultimately be a dead end). In any case, here’s at least a chance for you to actually earn some money by working (sort of), instead of mooching off the Rotschild-financed welfare state! 🙂

        • Rainbow Sponge

          LOLOL. Like how Borat has an album from weekends when he “travel to capital city and watch ladies while they make toilet.”

        • Rainbow Sponge

          Business model for Hind: go to Ottawa on weekends and watch ugly jooz while they make toilet LMAOOOO.

        • Niemals

          One could publish MORE than an album of pictures of ugly Jooz collected by Hind Abyad.

          Only a HOLOCAUST denier spreads such material – do we know another HOLOCAUST denier on this blogg? https://twitter.com/AbyadHind/status/826483108002353156
          https://twitter.com/AbyadHind/status/825906409086844929
          https://twitter.com/AbyadHind/status/825178004926132224
          https://twitter.com/AbyadHind/status/824770199572344834
          Antwort an @ajplus @rk70534 “This is what they want”, what do THEY want? https://twitter.com/AbyadHind/status/819255126779195392

          I don’t understand why shy is fixed with “Greater Israel” syndrom that was known as “The Jewish Plan for the Middle East”, or “The Oded Yinon Plan.” https://twitter.com/AbyadHind/status/806769719130734592

          • Hind Abyad

            I stand by all, you will be paid for your spent spying on me, i will give publicity.

          • Rudy1947

            You’ve been posting your crap on public media for a long time, no one is spying. Quit whining.

          • Hind Abyad

            You quit whining contenu spamming, Zionism is a mental disease so it’s proven here

          • Rudy1947

            What does all that crap have to do with Niemals posting Hind Abyad Twitter comments you made. Besides, if it’s no one else’s business them don’t make your comments public.

          • Hind Abyad

            Oh sorry troll they are public on Twitter. Niemals stalker number 2 as if i hadn’t been tormented enough by the number one
            you idiot.
            A Parasite with 6-7 names; Intouchable. Renee Descartes. Matrix. O’Matrix. Oh Yeah. Niemals to spy on me to get attention. He refuses to block me, show i’m “anti Semitic
            his brain can’t absorb anti- Zionism
            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9c6dfbafeb440dd05487ddbcf311e7d428e81af1c41137ccf0a7fa69e8eaa53c.jpg

          • Rudy1947

            Use the same names and you are public on Disqus as well.

          • Hind Abyad

            Not your business.

          • Niemals

            Hind Abyss is using the same name, however with multiply versions of Abyads user accounts – @hendabyad, @disqus_WwZu1rRNce, @AbyadHind, @Meditteraces no one knows how many accounts Hind Abyad created. 😎

            Username is used as profile address and for logging in on Disqus.

            She is too dumb to understand
            the full meaning of User Blocking.
            I can bet 100€ that she is still posting comments to “Niemals”!
            https://youtu.be/eJwbyHAHJjk

          • Hind Abyad

            I like the Freudian slip..hhh.

          • Rainbow Sponge

            Before Ronald Reagan people like her used to end up in places known as “mental hospitals”. The Dumbyads and the Snowturds of today however have the privilege of good wifi connection.

          • Rudy1947

            Chuckles……

          • Rainbow Sponge

            How dyou approve of my posts? from 1-10 😛

          • Rudy1947

            5AM to 10PM EDT.

          • Rainbow Sponge

            Is that good?

          • Rudy1947

            That’s the time I MIGHT be awake. OK for me.

          • Rainbow Sponge

            Holy crap, 5am is so early. But then again when compared to Omega’s sleep schedule…

          • Rudy1947

            Not if Omega lives in California.

          • Rainbow Sponge

            Is that a street in Beirut?

          • Rudy1947

            Restaurant maybe.

          • Rainbow Sponge

            Till the owner tells him to get out

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggWyUEuGcWY

          • Rudy1947
          • Hind Abyad

            That why your Discus is not public?.
            That’s how he found me on YaLibnan my Discus was Public

          • Rudy1947

            You didn’t change names very well or on multiple sights, easily spotted. Then again your message is always noted.

            My Disqus is private….yes…….jealous?

          • Rainbow Sponge

            MaImequer0 HebAlba • 3 years ago

            sweetie… there is a reason that this is called the ‘public domain’… if you want your own private chat-room, go make one and lurk in solitary. It’s clear that you do not fit-in to society in your host country and are desperately longing for a place to ‘belong’.

          • Rainbow Sponge
          • Hind Abyad

            Waaash whats this hysteria don’t you know you’re blocked?

            Hind Abyad Rudy1947 • 3 hours ago
            Is that why your Discus is not public?.
            He found me on YaLibnan 5 years ago because my Dicus was Public..as you say boring mosquito..you mean you didn’t know why i had to change names?
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          • Niemals

            How one can spy Hind Abyad Tweeter account, it is a public media.

            However she claims Twitter is hacking me
            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d4d2fd8690d1cc6b708da3c08364c6bb332b5529bd201334bff5ff0e4f3a1940.jpg

          • Hind Abyad

            You’re hacking me

          • Rainbow Sponge

            I bet the old hag used to write her crap on typewriters before 1996. What a loser.

          • Jack
  • Niemals

    Hind Abyad done it again, this time she prefers to point out that Birthright operator promotes free extended Israel stay for volunteering with extremist rabbi in the settlements with her current twitter https://twitter.com/AbyadHind/status/929765031994118144

    She is a strange Lebanese; why does she don’t care more about her countryman, those Lebanese citizens that are marching for peace and stability, as Lebanon faces other crises?
    https://twitter.com/anchalvohra/status/929707316739493888
    The current prime minister’s abrupt resignation from a foreign land has left the Lebanese humiliated and furious.
    https://twitter.com/anchalvohra/status/929704294416297984
    According to political analysts, even if the government has resigned, new elections can be conducted.
    The problem is politics.
    If Hariri does not return, Lebanese Sunnis will have to pick up another candidate, something which is unlikely to happen without Saudi approval.

    Hassan Nasrallah has officially appealed for calm, yet the tension can be vividly felt in Tripoli.
    The bullet ridden walls of the city tell a story of recurring riots between the Sunnis of Bab al Tabbaneh and the Alawites of Jabal Mohsin.
    At the demarcation line between the two neighborhoods, Lebanese soldiers stand guard, and an NGO has opened a peace cafe.
    Lebanon in a nutshel.

    • Hind Abyad

      You don’t like Haaretz?
      Alzheimer what else can you do with your brain &10 fingers?

  • Hind Abyad
    • Rudy1947

      Does Nasrallrat want him back. If so, for what purpose?