Day after day, events confirm that Iran and its allies in the region resort to violence and physical liquidation whenever elections results are not in their favor.
This happened in Beirut, in 2005, when “March 14” forces achieved a landslide victory following the retreat of the Syrian army from Lebanon. This is happening today, in Baghdad. with the targeting of Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi- a dangerous development at the eve of the Vienna negotiations at the end of this month.
The multi-confessional Lebanese Opposition front, “Likaa Saydet el Jabal”, declares its solidarity with Iraq in the face of those who targeted the house of Prime Minister Al-Kazemi with three booby-trapped drones, and considers that the battle for liberation from Iranian occupation is one and the same in Beirut as in Baghdad. The multiple designations of Iran’s militias, from “Ahl al-Haq Factions”, to “Houthis”, to “Hezbollah”; to “Fatimiyoun” and “Zainabiyoun” are just militia names for one Iranian faction. On the opposite side, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Rafiq Hariri, Samir Kassir, Luqman Salim and Hisham Al-Hashemi are the names of proponents of a project of modern Arabism, the essence of which is the 2007 Riyadh Declaration, which identified Arabism in cultural rather than in religious or in political terms.
The “Likaa” confirms that its priority remains the lifting of the Iranian occupation of Lebanon, through the ousting of the effective powers in their full political hierarchy. This means starting with the President of the Republic, Michel Aoun, together with the Prime Minister, the Speaker of the House, and Parliament, who collectively provide a constitutional and political cover for an illegal militia.
The “Likaa” affirms the continuation of its work to bring together citizens in order to launch a National Council to end the Iranian occupation of Lebanon.