Hizbullah says it will return things to normal following gov't reversal

May 15, 2008 13:23


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Hizbullah's deputy leader Sheik Naim Kassem says the group will "return things" to normal after the government reversed key decisions that had triggered days of conflict. Kassem's comments Thursday came after a meeting with an Arab delegation that is trying to find a solution to Lebanon's worst crisis since the end of the 1975-90 civil war. Clashes between supporters of the government and the Hizbullah-led opposition broke out last week after the Cabinet decided to sack the airport security chief for alleged ties to Hizbullah and declared the guerilla group's private telephone network illegal.

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