Saudi Arabia and Kuwait announce the return of their ambassadors to Lebanon

Saudi Arabia and Kuwait announce the return of their ambassadors to Lebanon  Beirut - Five months after Saudi Arabia recalled its ambassador from Beirut for consultations, following statements deemed offensive to the resigned Minister of Information, George Qardahi , regarding the war in Yemen, the Queen’s Foreign Ministry announced, in a statement on Thursday, the return of her ambassador, Walid al-Bukhari, to Beirut.  And the statement stated: “In response to the calls and appeals of the moderate national political forces in Lebanon, and in confirmation of the Lebanese Prime Minister’s statement of the Lebanese government’s commitment to take the necessary and required measures to enhance cooperation with the Kingdom and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, and to stop all political, military and security activities affecting the Kingdom and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries.” The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announces the return of the Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the sisterly Republic of Lebanon. The Kingdom stresses the importance of the return of the Republic of Lebanon to its Arab depth, represented by its national institutions and agencies, for Lebanon to prevail in peace and security, and for its people to enjoy stability and security in their homeland.  The return of the Saudi ambassador comes a month and a half before the parliamentary elections, when it is expected that the Saudi ambassador will encourage the Sunni environment to participate in the elections and support alliances with the Lebanese Forces and the Progressive Socialist Party, following the decision of President Saad Hariri to refrain from running in the elections and suspending the political work of the “Future Movement”, and for fear That this decision leads to a Sunni boycott in Beirut and some areas that would allow Hezbollah to penetrate the Sunni arena and maintain the parliamentary majority.   Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati valued the Kingdom's decision, stressing that "Lebanon is proud of its Arab affiliation and adheres to the best relations with the Gulf states, which were and will remain the bond and the arm."  Mikati also announced that he had informed Kuwait's ambassador, Abdel-Al Al-Qena'i, of the Kuwaiti government's decision to return to Beirut before the end of the week. He thanked Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sheikh Ahmed Nasser Al-Sabah for the efforts he made to restore the Lebanese-Gulf relations to their clarity and vitality.   Settlers attack Palestinian vehicles near Beit Furik, east of Nablus  Nablus WAFA - At dawn Friday, settlers attacked citizens' vehicles with stones near the entrance to the town of Beit Furik, east of Nablus. Eyewitnesses reported that a group of settlers attacked citizens' vehicles with stones near the Beit Furik military checkpoint, which is located at the entrance to the town, causing damage to some of them. The owner was identified as Ahmed Wael Hanani. It is noteworthy that, last night, settlers attacked a number of Palestinian vehicles on the Ramallah-Nablus road.   Three young men were injured by the occupation bullets west of Tulkarm Tulkarm Wafa - Three young men were wounded at dawn Friday, with live ammunition, during confrontations with the Israeli occupation forces, in the vicinity of the Israeli "Gishori" factories, west of Tulkarm .  Eyewitnesses told our correspondent that the occupation soldiers fired rubber-coated metal bullets at the young men, wounding three of them with live bullets in the back and thigh, their ages ranged between 20-22 years, and they were transferred to a hospital in the city.  In the same context, the occupation forces pushed military reinforcements to the vicinity of the separation wall and the racist expansion built on the lands of citizens north, south and west of Tulkarm, and prevented workers from going to their workplaces inside the 1948 lands.

Beirut - Five months after Saudi Arabia recalled its ambassador from Beirut for consultations, following statements deemed offensive to the resigned Minister of Information, George Qardahi , regarding the war in Yemen, the Queen’s Foreign Ministry announced, in a statement on Thursday, the return of her ambassador, Walid al-Bukhari, to Beirut.

And the statement stated: “In response to the calls and appeals of the moderate national political forces in Lebanon, and in confirmation of the Lebanese Prime Minister’s statement of the Lebanese government’s commitment to take the necessary and required measures to enhance cooperation with the Kingdom and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, and to stop all political, military and security activities affecting the Kingdom and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries.” The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announces the return of the Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the sisterly Republic of Lebanon. The Kingdom stresses the importance of the return of the Republic of Lebanon to its Arab depth, represented by its national institutions and agencies, for Lebanon to prevail in peace and security, and for its people to enjoy stability and security in their homeland.

The return of the Saudi ambassador comes a month and a half before the parliamentary elections, when it is expected that the Saudi ambassador will encourage the Sunni environment to participate in the elections and support alliances with the Lebanese Forces and the Progressive Socialist Party, following the decision of President Saad Hariri to refrain from running in the elections and suspending the political work of the “Future Movement”, and for fear That this decision leads to a Sunni boycott in Beirut and some areas that would allow Hezbollah to penetrate the Sunni arena and maintain the parliamentary majority. 

Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati valued the Kingdom's decision, stressing that "Lebanon is proud of its Arab affiliation and adheres to the best relations with the Gulf states, which were and will remain the bond and the arm."

Mikati also announced that he had informed Kuwait's ambassador, Abdel-Al Al-Qena'i, of the Kuwaiti government's decision to return to Beirut before the end of the week. He thanked Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sheikh Ahmed Nasser Al-Sabah for the efforts he made to restore the Lebanese-Gulf relations to their clarity and vitality.

The occupation injures and arrests two young men near Turmusaya, north of Ramallah  Ramallah,Wafa - Two young men were shot by the Israeli occupation forces, tonight, at the entrance to the town of Turmusaya, northeast of Ramallah.  And local sources reported that the occupation forces, who were escorting a group of settlers at the entrance to the town, shot at two young men from Abu Falah village, wounding them before arresting them.

The occupation injures and arrests two young men near Turmusaya, north of Ramallah

Ramallah,Wafa - Two young men were shot by the Israeli occupation forces, tonight, at the entrance to the town of Turmusaya, northeast of Ramallah.

And local sources reported that the occupation forces, who were escorting a group of settlers at the entrance to the town, shot at two young men from Abu Falah village, wounding them before arresting them.

Settlers attack Palestinian vehicles near Beit Furik, east of Nablus

Nablus WAFA - At dawn Friday, settlers attacked citizens' vehicles with stones near the entrance to the town of Beit Furik, east of Nablus.
Eyewitnesses reported that a group of settlers attacked citizens' vehicles with stones near the Beit Furik military checkpoint, which is located at the entrance to the town, causing damage to some of them. The owner was identified as Ahmed Wael Hanani.
It is noteworthy that, last night, settlers attacked a number of Palestinian vehicles on the Ramallah-Nablus road.

Three young men were injured by the occupation bullets west of Tulkarm

Tulkarm Wafa - Three young men were wounded at dawn Friday, with live ammunition, during confrontations with the Israeli occupation forces, in the vicinity of the Israeli "Gishori" factories, west of Tulkarm .

Eyewitnesses told our correspondent that the occupation soldiers fired rubber-coated metal bullets at the young men, wounding three of them with live bullets in the back and thigh, their ages ranged between 20-22 years, and they were transferred to a hospital in the city.

In the same context, the occupation forces pushed military reinforcements to the vicinity of the separation wall and the racist expansion built on the lands of citizens north, south and west of Tulkarm, and prevented workers from going to their workplaces inside the 1948 lands.
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