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The Lebanese theater is overflowing with players reading from conflicting scripts with active audience participation, a situation that impedes the universal request for clarity.For example, one would think that in the aftermath of the deadly earthquake on Iran's border, President Hassan Rouhani would be marshaling his country's resources to address the catastrophe.Yet in the midst of that tragedy he has the audacity to call for noninterference in Lebanese politics, alluding to Saudi Arabia, a country that intervened when Iran's involvement in Lebanon threatened its people.
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