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A Fragile Peace in Mined Lebanon


The fall of the Lebanese government of Sunni Prime Minister Saad Hariri is a direct result of a UN-backed probe into the 2005 murder of his father. The investigation’s still-sealed results are expected to implicate Hezbollah, which long ago warned that outside “meddling” would only harden its militancy. . After 18 months of relative stability, Lebanon now faces the prospect of political chaos and tumult. . One thing is certain: Hezbollah is pulling the strings.

The fall of the Lebanese government of Sunni Prime Minister Saad Hariri is a direct result of a UN-backed probe into the 2005 murder of his father. The investigation’s still-sealed results are expected to implicate Hezbollah, which long ago warned that outside “meddling” would only harden its militancy. . After 18 months of relative stability, Lebanon now faces the prospect of political chaos and tumult. . One thing is certain: Hezbollah is pulling the strings.

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