File - A police trooper walks in a creater caused by an air strike on houses near Sanaa Airport March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
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Last week's Saudi-led military intervention against Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen will not have any negative repercussions on stability in Lebanon, ministerial sources said, citing an Arab diplomatic report.According to the sources, there are three key internal factors working in favor of stability in Lebanon, in addition to the foreign factor supporting this stability.The third factor working in favor of Lebanon's stability is national unanimity on supporting the Army in its battle against terrorism, the sources said.The same ministerial sources, citing the Arab diplomatic report, said the ongoing war in Yemen would not turn into a regional war or a full-blown confrontation between Saudi Arabia and Iran.This latter option would allow all the parties to reach a new regional equation defining each actor's role and influence in the entire Arab region, the sources added.
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