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He also suggested he may withdraw his resignation if the Lebanese militant group, Hezbollah remained neutral in the region.>>
Hariri had blamed the dominance of Hezbollah in Lebanon's government as a reason for his stepping down. In doing so, thrusting Lebanon back into a conflict that's reshaping the Middle East between rival powers Iran, Hezbollah's ally, and Saudi Arabia.
Iran and Hezbollah have claimed that Hariri, who met with Saudi Arabia's King Salman over the weekend, was being held hostage by the Arab Kingdom. Earlier on Sunday, Lebanese President Michel Aoun, who has refused to accept his Prime Minister's resignation, said Hariri's freedom was being restricted in Riyadh, and that he was living under quote, mysterious circumstances.
Adding that anything Hariri had to say could not be considered an expression of his full free will.>>