Bahia Hariri, Jarrah vow to pursue Martyr Hariri's march from Etoile Café where he spent his last minutes

Wed 14 Feb 2018 at 16:08 Politics

NNA - The Hariri Foundation for Human Development recalled Wednesday the last moments of Martyr Prime Minister Rafic Hariri at the Etoile Café in downtown Beirut, as more than 100 young men and women from the Future Movement gathered at the Café in Nejmeh Square.

Joining the Future youth in remembrance of their beloved Prime Minister, MP Bahia Hariri and Tele-Communications Minister Jamal Jarrah vowed to pursue the march of the late Martyr PM, alongside Prime Minister Saad Hariri.

"The youth are the nucleus and we have responded to their desire and will, derived from the last quarter of an hour spent by the Martyr Prime Minister in the closest and most beloved place to his heart, the center of Beirut," said Hariri.

In turn, Jarrah stressed that "the late Martyr PM's faith in Lebanon's youth was deep and in its right place. The young generation is the only one capable of reviving the country, for which reason Martyr Hariri taught 35,000 students whom he considered the true wealth of Lebanon."

"We are trying with PM Saad Hariri to tell these young people that Rafic Hariri is still alive through them, and we wish to continue the path prove that the criminals could not kill our will or our youth or our determination to bring this country to the place aspired for by the late PM Hariri," Jarrah underscored.

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