In general, Laila Abdel Latif described the year 2023 as bloody on the one hand, and peaceful on the other.
On the domestic level, Laila Abdel Latif made a set of expectations for prominent Lebanese personalities, such as Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri, Prime Minister Najib Mikati, head of the Lebanese Forces Party Samir Geagea, head of the Free Patriotic Movement Gebran Bassil, and others… referring to the role they will play in the coming period, politically and regionally. . So what are the sudden political tours that you talked about? Is there a reconciliation between Hezbollah and the Lebanese forces? Will President Saad Hariri return to the Lebanese political arena?
Laila Abdel Latif said that public schools in Lebanon are threatened with closure, and the staff of Rafic Hariri International Airport are at the center of the event, as the airport will witness chaos, and the efforts of the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Middle East Airlines, Muhammad Al-Hout, will succeed in ending it and reaching a solution, and Abdel Latif sees a massive return of immigrants to Lebanon and building an investment network.
On the international level, Laila Abdel Latif expects the spread of a deadly and dangerous epidemic that may lead to the same repercussions of the Corona virus and to study and work remotely. In addition, Abdel Latif added that between 2024 and 2025 some cities will disappear, and strange predatory animals will attack humans.
And she added that there will be no third world war this year, but she expected that certain countries or countries would witness dangerous scenes of fire among people, especially agricultural disasters and food crises. What did she say about the nuclear file?
On the level of the Arab region, Laila Abdul Latif heralded a year full of prosperity and an unprecedented economic recovery for Saudi Arabia globally. She also said that Syria will witness a breakthrough in terms of water, food and electricity crises, and real estate prices will witness a rise. What did you expect for Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Libya and other countries?
Technology had a share in Laila Abdel Latif’s series of expectations, and she also touched on the health field, expecting that an effective drug for cancer would be found on the one hand, and the spread of a new, more dangerous strain of smallpox virus on the other hand.
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