Saudi-Iran proxy war may push Lebanon back into civil strive

Saudi Arabia and Iran are two regional powers that have long been competing for influence. Lebanon's president claimed that Riyadh may have forced the prime minister to resign because it felt he hadn't done enough to stand up to Hezbollah. The group is backed by Iran, and is an influential political force in Lebanon. RT's Eisa Ali looks at the reason why many fear that the country could return to civil war.


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