“This is because they (the resolutions) are too weak to break the (anti-Israel) Resistance (movement’s) will,” the prominent cleric noted.
He further said the pressures on and allegations raised against Hezbollah by the Saudi regime will not only fail to weaken the group, but also will increase the number of its advocates and supporters.
The remarks came after the Arab Parliament on Sunday designated Hezbollah a terrorist organization, weeks after two other Arab bodies adopted resolutions declaring the same stance.
Back in early March, the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council also declared Hezbollah movement, which has been fighting terrorist groups in Syria and the Israeli occupation, a “terrorist group.”
The six-nation council officially added Hezbollah and all groups affiliated to its so-called list of terrorist organizations.