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Suddenly and without a "protection or a constitution", and contrary to popular belief, the agenda of Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Ahmed Nasser Al-Sabah in Beirut changed. He who 15 days ago was going to come to Lebanon to announce his country's support for the "chronic government", so he would attend carrying "a prescription" for "threatening" treatment, if the country had decided to obtain Gulf funding for its economic recovery plan, after bilateral communication and "Boss Beards Gabe Hum".

It is clear that the choice of the Kuwaiti minister, "Kabustaji", did not come out of nowhere, as his personal relationship with the Saudi crown prince "will compete with you wherever he goes", as well as his country's respected position among the Gulf group, leading to its regional and international ties, and here we must not forget that the relationship between Kuwait and Haret Hreik, were associated with the adoption of the second, the option of destabilizing the security and stability of the state, through "terrorist projects and plans" according to the Kuwaiti concept, which many times paid the Lebanese expatriates, especially Shiites working in that country, the price of these policies of reluctance and resistance.

And if there are many events that can be linked, according to the factor of time, to the content of the Arab-international message, regardless of who bears it, or who suffers from it, it remains the most important that it came after the fall of President Michel Aoun’s call for dialogue, which for the occasion formed his tripartite agenda, the pivotal points of the points 12: In politics, the Taif Agreement and Lebanon’s foreign relations and under this heading, the implementation of international resolutions, which are considered “accessories” in ministerial statements that make no sense, in security and military, army support, the unity and exclusivity of arms, and finally in the economy, the adoption of the IMF plan out of the crisis.

The first to welcome was the Maronite Patriarch Bechara Al-Rahi, who found in it the echo of his “sermons” and his demands, “who shouted out his voice and shouted,” calling for Taif and impartiality under international sponsorship. Advocates of opposition and resistance, who demonized the paper and its bearer, playing the smashed civil war record, “Via vanity, what do you want to happen?” and “He who comes out in the hands of the Arabs will come out with a jar.” Wind, neither afraid nor undercover,' which is not primarily concerned with the subject.

In principle, the world will “wet it and drink its dead” as a result of the procrastination strategy and “flat and tasteless kneading” that Lebanese diplomacy will adopt as a bet on time and “bored” brothers in the Gulf, “who will get rid of their calamities first”, but in return the Lebanese will drink olives and taste Al-Alqam passed, "This is it, if they see the stars in good afternoon", with European blessing and participation.

Therefore, the position of the head of the Free Patriotic Movement, MP Gebran Bassil, who "formed" it, described the paper as good and applicable under the condition of a dialogue table, discussing its background items. This talk in form carries a lot in content. If there was an Arab initiative, it was directed at the "uncle and brother-in-law" as it provided them with a moral and political impetus, reconsidering the balance that was lost with the "Shiite duo" after the setback of the Constitutional Council, improving its negotiating position on the eve of the parliamentary elections, where it can "boil his dowry." with the party.

But is this reading correct, and is this scenario among its goals? Or the opposite, what is required is to push the covenant to further “elevation” in the arms of the suburb?

Those who know what is drawn and planned, confirm that Lebanon has practically entered the implementation cycle, which was inaugurated by Sheikh Saad by removing Hariri “from the knock.” Reading his farewell speech and what is between its lines carefully, provides many answers, as well as the dramatic acceleration of events that the Lebanese scene will witness, where the main question today Who is the second? Will the "Free Patriotic" be a retreat and a pretext for the paper and obstruction in the event that it fails to revive the alliance with the party, and to spare itself the repercussions of the option to postpone the elections and the Shiite extension of the council? Accordingly, is it a message from Prince bin Salman to President Aoun to fulfill his "self" and his pledge?

We will not wait for an answer for long. US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken gave his blessing to the Gulf move, and French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian will transfer the situation to Beirut next week, demonstrating the new French repositioning. As for Tishreen, we will see it soon, either reviving Tishreen 13...or electing a president...and between the two dates, a period of time can change the course and destiny of the republic.