Nasrallah accuses Israel of threatening Lebanon, urges Arab states to leave Syria

February 17, 2014 09:34


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Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, made a public announcement on the party's television channel on Monday accusing Israel of using the conflict in Syria to threaten Lebanese sovereignty.

According to a report by Israel Radio, Nasrallah also made comments urging the Arab nations to stay out of Syria.

The Shi'ite Lebanese organization has cast its lot with the Syrian regime by actively supporting President Bashar Assad and even fighting alongside Syrian regime troops in Syria. Sectarian violence has since erupted in Lebanon between Hezbollah and Sunni jihadist militant groups.

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