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Sayyed Nasrallah: Cutting Road on Sedition among Muslims Priority, Duty

Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah stressed that fighting sedition among Muslims is a priority and duty.

In a meeting with hundreds of academic students on Thursday, Sayyed Nasrallah said that Lebanon and the region have been witnessing a critical stage.”

“This stage that us to contact all the Lebanese factions, especially that there are some sides who seek to plunge Lebanon into sedition and to create strife among Muslims,” Hezbollah S.G. said adding that “no one benefits from this strife, but the Israeli enemy.”

“Here, the Lebanese are called on to halt their sectarian rhetoric,” his eminence said adding it was important for the Lebanese to meet together and discuss the stuck issues.

Sayyed Nasrallah said that what is needed in this stage is to avoid being dragged into incitement which some sides are practicing.

“For our part, we will not be dragged into sedition whatever they do. We will not give our ears to insults and the people who are inciting will be tired at the end.”

His eminence reassured that the resistance is always ready to counter the Israeli danger.
He also stressed on the importance of the army’s role, saying that a strong army is a power for Lebanon and resistance.
“We want powerful army which is capable of confronting the enemy and repelling the dangers away from Lebanon.”

“We in Hezbollah support the state, our project is the project of a one and united state that protects all its people,” his eminence said, assuring that Hezbollah has not been an alternative for the project of state, since the group’s interest can be achieved through establishing a powerful state.

Hezbollah S.G. reiterated that the cabinet would stay in power, stressing it was a guarantee for stability.
“The cabinet will stay in power, and all sides are clinging to it since it is a need in order to ensure stability.”

Sayyed Nasrallah added that the cabinet is a need for all others (the US and the West) since they fear that the government departure would prompt Hezbollah to grip the country following the vacuum which will take place.

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