Nasrallah: We identify with people of Egypt, Tunisia

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February 7, 2011 18:35

 
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Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah said Monday "We are gathered here to identify with the Egyptian people and the Tunisian people."

"We have heard a number of explanations from Israel and the US about the revolution in Egypt," he said via a video conference to a Beirut rally.

"The US wants to convince the world that what is happening in Egypt is a revolution over bread and hunger. But protesters have said the truth in public squares to everyone: We are facing a full revolution, a revolution of the poor, free, those that seek freedom and those that oppose humiliation who  not want to surrender to the United States," Nasrallah continued.


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