Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri. (The Daily Star Photo)
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Future Movement head Saad Hariri Wednesday described Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah's recent attack on Saudi Arabia as "ungrateful," and accused him of stirring Sunni-Shiite tensions ahead of the Ashoura holiday.Nasrallah's criticism of Gulf states has sometimes led the governments of those countries to take action against Lebanese expatriates working there, expelling them in retaliation.In remarks published by Al-Akhbar newspaper Wednesday, Nasrallah held Saudi Arabia responsible for the chaos in Arab countries, accusing it of serving U.S. interests in the region and taking part in the 2006 Israeli war on Lebanon.
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