Hizbullah accuses US, Israel of plotting strife

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May 20, 2009 19:22

 
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The leader of the terrorist Hizbullah group has accused the United States and Israel of trying to foment strife between Sunni Arab countries and Shi'ite Iran. Hassan Nasrallah said that they want to set up Iran as the "real enemy" of Arabs, instead of Israel. Nasrallah's comments on Wednesday came as Israeli officials said the Jewish state wants to build a coalition of Arab nations against Iran. An Israeli official said last week that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu sought during a recent visit to Egypt to redirect the Middle East agenda to focus on Iran as the key threat to stability, framing the Middle East conflict as one between moderates and extremists.

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