1- There is, in the presence of Imad Mughniyeh, a “حمار عتيق” between the
2- While Joumblat stirred some murky waters, it is worth noting that Hariri apparently distanced himself from the Beyk’s allegations. Could it be that this whole thing was a maneuver intended to scuttle a Sunni-Shiite deal to avert a looming war? Could a rift be developing between the Hariri and Joumblat?
So how does Joumblat’s “إتّفاق رباعي” look now?
3- Or is it that Saad Hariri is simply playing it safe(r)? Indeed, this comes in the context of American “openings” by “flip-flopping” Kerry, following a British footpath, with many “realists” support those moves… The Syrians may miscalculate (again), and since Aoun’s marché de dupes with Hezb further weakens the government, they may feel they have the upper hand (again)… and resume assassinations.
Quo usque tandem?