Future Movement chief Saad Hariri speaks from his Downtown Beirut residence, Monday, Fe. 22, 2016. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Future Movement leader Saad Hariri Wednesday accused Hezbollah of endangering the livelihoods of Lebanese expatriates in the Gulf, saying the party believed it was above the state.Hezbollah needs to understand that it is not alone in Lebanon," Hariri said in a statement released by his media office.He added that Hezbollah stood behind the Foreign Ministry's decision not to condemn the Saudi embassy and consulate attacks in Iran during summits in Cairo and Jeddah last month, despite the rest of the world condemning them.
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