MUFTI QABALAN: "LEBANON OIL WEALTH IS A RED LINE' WARNS POLITICIANS AGAINST STEALING IT

Grand Jaafarite Shiite Mufti Sheikh Ahmed Qabalan called on the  Lebanese politicians  to end wrangling over the country's oil and gas wealth, urging them to focus instead on the people's concerns and livelihood matters. "It is painful to see the ruling class is trying to secretly put their hand on the oil wealth, while the country is […]

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