The head of the International Resolutions Implementation Committee for Lebanon, Tony Nessi, confirmed through the “Central” that “all foreign and Arab officials, and even international and non-governmental organizations are now dealing with Lebanon as if it were a country occupied by Iran, with evidence that most of the Gulf countries, including Saudi Arabia and the UAE, withdrew their ambassadors from Lebanon in a diplomatic manner and dealt with diplomatically. Its governments are with Lebanon similar to Yemen and Syria. As for the world, there is recognition that Hezbollah’s control has removed the specter of civil war, despite the implicit acknowledgment that Lebanon has become an occupied country by Iran, and the international community, which is preoccupied with its internal affairs and the conclusion of nuclear agreements, does not want to be preoccupied with anything other than providing aid. The Lebanese army and the educational sectors through non-governmental organizations.
Nissi adds, “When we read all these facts, the image that the scene reflects on the airport road becomes clear, which is that Lebanon has been placed on the list of countries occupied by Iran, and accordingly, the images of Khamenei, Qassem Soleimani and Hassan Nasrallah no longer provoke foreign and Arab diplomats to the extent that they are dealing with the status quo on the basis that Lebanon occupied country.”
It is one thing for diplomats, Arab and foreign visitors, and even Lebanese who enter Lebanon through the airport gate, to deal with the scene of the “Republic of Tehran” represented by pictures and models, and for the airport road to turn into a mirror that reflects the reality of the Iranian occupation of the Lebanese state is another thing. Accordingly, it is supposed to deal with the reality of the occupation in a different way. Commenting on this, Nissi says: “The airport road is just an announcement of the Iranian Republic, and it was dedicated with Hezbollah’s entry of Iranian diesel trucks through Syria and the firing of bullets and RPGs to celebrate the appointment of a minister. And any work that is not subject to the decision of the occupation authority will not pass, otherwise…”