Report: Hizbullah weighing its options towards UN tribunal

November 16, 2010 15:46


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Hizbullah will consider many different ways to respond to the  expected announcement of the indictments reached by the UN Hariri tribunal, according to a speech given by Hizbullah spiritual mentor Hassan Nasrallah that was reported by Lebanese newspaper al-Akhbar on Tuesday.

"The options before Hizbullah supporters and its allies stretches 180 degrees," said Nasrallah. He continued, "Our choices are between standing by idly, and we moving to achieve a broad political change in leadership [of Lebanon], and all [the options] between them."

According to al-Akhbar, Nasrallah's speech was delivered five weeks ago in a meeting with mid-level Hizbullah party members and activists.

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