Estimation of the current situation in Lebanon – Part 3 (final)
Today, Sunnites in Lebanon still have no forceful leader with a military background, who could inspire them in a region, where political parties often run militias to promote their cause.
Among the few cards, Lebanese Sunnites could play against Hezbollah, would be an external Sunnite militant leader to take up arms successfully against the Shiite party. But such a man is not in sight.
The last ambitious figure, Sheikh Ahmed al-Assir, was chased away in June in a combined operation of the Lebanese army and – most likely – Hezbollah.