Oct 26, 2019 20:59 Asia/Tehran [Updated: Jan 09, 2020 11:13 Asia/Tehran]

Although the protests in Lebanon have entered tenth day, the supporters of leader of the Christian Lebanese Forces party, led the protests toward unrest and turmoil for some hours.

Iran Press/Middle East: The protests in Lebanon have entered tenth day. However, yesterday was totally different in that, thanks to the supporters of leader of the Christian Lebanese Forces party, Samir Geagea who is known for his long bad record of corruption and that of staging riot, the protests rather turned to unrest for some hours.

In return, the people showed support for Lebanese Hezbollah Secretary-General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah together with their warning against the plots led by foreigners or insiders.

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" The US ambassador to Lebanon as well as other ambassadors said that they do not want Lebanese government to collapse", Said Nasrallah. " It does not really matter what they say rather only what really matters is the fact that how they do it. I am concerned. but some say that there is no reason to be worried about. I should say I am not worried about Islamic resistance in Lebanon but I am rather worried about the country.

Nasrallah ' s remarks also came in with Deputy-Speaker of the Parliament of Lebanon Elie Ferzli 's endorsement who described Nasrallah' s words as the road map for crystallisation of the Lebanese nations' demands in the feature:

"I believe that the improvement of the economic situation would include the major periodical changes. If the people did not stage protests the government would never take any step for change", added Ferzli.

"In fact, Nasrallah' s remarks is to be considered as the road map for future," He emphasized. 

Meanwhile the people of Lebanon stressing fast implement of the country' s economic changes. The protesters said in a statement that in the rallies in the upcoming days any form of violence and brutality should be avoided.203

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