Emotional video of PM Saad Hariri following a very special message

The Lebanese Prime Minister, , appeared with Nayla Tueni, Editor-in-chief of Annahar newspaper, in a new video that has left the Lebanese people emotional and excited.

In the video, Tueni carried a message to Prime Minister that made him very emotional.  Hariri who was reading the message on Tueni’s mobile choked, holding back his tears then asking her to continue reading the message.

This message was one of a comprehensive interview that Tueni conducted with Hariri and broadcasted on Wednesday, February 13 at 11 AM across all Annahar platforms. This untraditional interview will be special. It will reveal many new aspects in politics, economics, and personal human life.

@maglebanonembedded via

Hariri will preside over the editorial board of Annahar this Wednesday and Thursday, February 13th and 14th on the occasion of the 14th-anniversary of the assassination of former Prime Minister, Rafik Hariri.

The work includes written and visual materials and interaction between Hariri and citizens and readers.

The Prime Minister is directly debating the Lebanese for the first time through Annahar on February the 13th..

The former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri was assassinated on February 14, 2005, along with 21 others by a suicide truck bomb parked near the Saint George hotel in . He was taken to the American University of Hospital where he was pronounced dead upon arrival.

Via The Daily Star

A torch was lit near the place of his assassination 14 years ago.


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