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Hariri: The Syrian regime does not want me alive and a lot of parties do not want Saad Hariri.
Hariri: Saudi Arabia loves Beirut but it won’t love it more than Riyadh. Will it continue to love Beirut when a Lebanese group tries to undermine the stability of the Gulf?
Hariri: I will submit my resignation in a constitutional manner.
Hariri: King Salman considers me a son and I respect the crown prince and he also respects me. I agree with them on a lot of issues and I disagree on a lot of issues.
Hariri: King Salman considers me a son and I respect the crown prince and he also respects me. I agree with them on a lot of issues and I disagree on a lot of issues, but there is mutual ground.
Hariri: I wrote the resignation statement and my aim was to make a "positive shock."
Hariri: I know that I have resigned in an unusual fashion, but I had to do some security precautions.
Hariri: I will return to Lebanon very soon.
Hariri: I have decided to speak because there is major ambiguity in the country.
Hariri: I do not care about my own life, my aim is to rescue the country.
Hariri: In order for the settlement to succeed, we must abide by the dissociation principle.
Hariri: I'm not against Hizbullah as a political party but that does not mean allowing Hizbullah to ruin Lebanon.
Hariri: I'm proud of the settlement I made.
Hariri: What is our interest in facing Arab sanctions on top of the U.S. sanctions?
Hariri to Future TV: My resignation was in Lebanon's interest.