BEIRUT: General Security head Maj. Gen. Abbas Ibrahim warned Wednesday that civil peace constituted a red line.
“Civil peace is a red line that no one is allowed to breach,” Ibrahim said in his opening article in General Security’s monthly magazine, adding that those who crossed it would be reprimanded.
“We are sure that all the Lebanese will help us maintain this firm stance, and we don’t believe that any Lebanese who is loyal to the nation does not want an end to this destructive [security situation],” he added.
Ibrahim expressed hope that the new Cabinet would bring stability to the nation.
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