Published on Aug 14, 2019
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US-agent Walid Junblat (Jumblat) is an example of those who would sell anything and everything for money, including the blood of his own people, in his case the Druze community in Lebanon and those who are loyal to him elsewhere.

During the Syrian crisis, this agent was instrumental in instigating strife among the Syrian Druze community and against Syrian allies in Lebanon, his goal was and remains more money from Saudi and political cover from the US embassy in Beirut.

In this video report from Syria News Archive (April 2013) Syria's leaders of the Druze community denounced the call by this freak to support Al-Qaeda terrorists against their own country, more in this report: Syria Druze Denounce Lebanese Chameleon Junblatt.

There was a recent incident in Lebanon plotted by this warlord to assassinate at least one Lebanese minister, 3 were in the same convoy, and ignite a new civil war in Lebanon to keep Hezbollah, Syria's main ally, engaged there to pressure the Syrian Arab Army to halt its military operation to clean NATO's last stronghold of terrorists in Idlib. The plot ended up killing two bodyguards of one of the ministers and a 40 days deadlock of the Lebanese cabinet.

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